How many Americans died in wars ?

War Deaths Addendum
American Revolution 25,324 Bunker Hill cost 400 American lives
War of 1812  * 2,260 affected health:  Pres James Madison / Gen Andrew Jackson
Mexican War 13,283  
Civil War
Union
Confederacy


498,332
364,821
Antietam cost 5,000 lives on both sides: bloodiest day in American history
Spanish-American War 2,446  
World War I  * 116,516 Battle of Somme cost 19,240 British lives on a single day (total British casualties that day: 57,470)
World War II

WWII Vets & Their Kids* * 

 Health Fall out from WWII

405,399

 

 

Other Losses:
Soviet: 10,000,000
German: 3,500,000
Japan: 1,500,000
British: 280,000
At Dunkirk the British suffered 68,000 casualties
Korean War *  *  *  * * 54,246  
Vietnam War  *  *  *  * 58,148  
Panama Invasion 23  
Gulf War (1991)  * * 148 died + 195,000 with 'the syndrome' American Legion List of symptoms
* * Birth Defects  *    
Today, too!    *    3 soldiers die 2005 after 'flu

 ... & the 'fall out?'

Assess the collateral health damage  

... before going to war ... EVER

Skeptical? @ ALS

ALS is now on the Presumptive disability approval of the VA for all vets, 2008 *

(Is what you are dealing with AUTOIMMUNE?)

How you can 'help out'
http://www.valdezlink.com/re/health/helpout.htm 6-3-09

What do you CLEAN with?

Some Famous Actor Heroes of WWII ... Did they have a serious 'flu?'

   Does cousin Daisy Suckley's Diary of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America's 32nd President, mention a time when he had flu-like symptoms He did in 1917

   A cheery fellow - 'Happy Days'

The History Channel Documentary 4-23-05 and 4-24-05, FDR: A Presidency Revealed talked about things that would be like what overexposure to 2-butoxyethanol would cause: * enlarged heart,  many horrible HEADACHES -   some at the base of the head, tired, ashen/pale color, difficulty finishing thoughts in sentences (short term memory loss), difficulty concentrating. Also high blood pressure (180/105), rapid weight loss (liver?)

Repeated headaches.  Headaches were intensifying

4-11-45 as he went to bed he was 'shivering'    (chills?)  

After an acute headache at the back of his head, he collapsed on 4-12-45 and died a few hours later.  It is reported that he died of a cerebral hemorrhage ... was there an autopsy?  If it was advanced stages of the fatigue of CFIDS ... the doctors would not have found it.  They still don't even in 2005 - 60 years later.

What we would call CFIDS or 'gulf war syndrome' today.  More about FDR  

It is now suspected that he didn't have polio, but 

How many Americans Died in Wars?   5-12-06

What concerns you about 'bird flu?'  *

Did you Know This about Hitler?  *

Discuss - Military Health & Civilians with CFIDS, CFS, FM