World War II Countries With the most Civilian Deaths

Can you name the countries in WW2 with the most non-military deaths?
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* Includes States and Territories
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Last updated: March 29, 2017
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Non-Military Deaths
Country
18 191 000
China
17 000 000
USSR
5 820 000
Poland
4 503 300
Netherlands*
3 000 000
Germany*
2 817 200
UK*
2 390 000
France*
1 400 000
Yugoslavia
800 000
Japan*
771 800
Greece
Non-Military Deaths
Country
533 000
Korea
512 700
USA*
376 000
Belgium*
345 000
Lithuania
320 000
Czechoslovakia
264 000
Hungary
220 000
Latvia
200 000
Romania
153 200
Italy*
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Level 68
Mar 28, 2017
I'm guessing most civilian deaths in the United States was from the then territory of the Phillipines?
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Level 41
Mar 29, 2017
Yes
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Level 56
Oct 10, 2017
Should be featured.
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Level 56
Oct 10, 2017
Bra Lithuania and Latvia are part of the ussr, and Hungary should be Austria Hungary
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Level 74
Dec 6, 2017
Austria-Hungary ceased to exist in 1918. This is about WW2 not WW1....
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Level 57
Nov 30, 2018
This is massively wrong in some respects. the UK lost around 60,000 civilians, so I don't trust the rest. Where did all those US civilians die?
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Level 48
Apr 3, 2022
The numbers include colonies, so I suspect the high numbers for the US come from the Philippines and the UK from their empire.
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Level 68
Aug 25, 2022
Korea was part of the Japanese Empire during World War II.