British Colonies that lost the most people during WW2

Some colonies are grouped together
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Last updated: March 6, 2021
First submittedNovember 16, 2020
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Number of deaths
%
Answer
790,000
0.2
British Raj
132,500
23.9
British Malaya, Singapore and Indochina
127,000
20.7
New Zealand
50,900
5.9
Myanmar
43,800
2.3
Canada
43,100
79.4
Hong Kong
40,400
3.5
Australia
12,000
0.7
Nigeria
11,900
1.9
South Africa
11,200
1.3
British East Africa and Rhodesia
10,000
1.0
Kenya / Uganda
9,100
15.3
Newfoundland
7,000
1.7
Ghana / Gold Coast
Number of deaths
%
Answer
2,100
72.8
Malta
1,900
0.2
Egypt and Sudan
1,500
0.9
Papua New Guinea
1,400
96.9
Northern Polonesia
1,000
1.2
Gambia
1,000
0.3
Nepal
100
93.2
Fiji
50
0.5
Sierra Leone
40
0.1
Oman / United Arab Emirates
30
0.1
Kuwait
30
0.1
Somaliland (with Ethiopian troops)
15
0.1
Swaziland Protectorate
10
0.1
Cyprus
+1
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Feb 22, 2021
Interesting quiz. Nepal wasn't a British colony though and it would probably assist if there was a bit more consistency with how you group countries together. For example the British Raj typically includes Myanmar (Burma). To improve the quiz I would either use the "groupings" as at WWII or as in modern times to avoid confusion. Nice to see recognition for countries other than the UK and the dominions for their contribution to the war.