Diferenças entre edições de "Lista de guerras por número de mortos"

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(nova página: {{em tradução|tipo=lista|en:List of wars by death toll|{{subst:DATA}}}} Esta '''lista de guerras por número de mortos''' inclui as estimativas das mortes que são diretamente ou...)
 
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|Vietnã
|<ref name="Hirschman2">Charles Hirschman et al., [http://faculty.washington.edu/charles/new%20PUBS/A77.pdf "Vietnamese Casualties During the American War: A New Estimate,"] ''Population and Development Review'', December 1995.</ref><ref name="afp1995">{{cite news |title=20 Years After Victory, Vietnamese Communists Ponder How to Celebrate |first=Philip |last=Shenon |url=http://www.nytimes.com/1995/04/23/world/20-years-after-victory-vietnamese-communists-ponder-how-to-celebrate.html |date=23 April 1995 |newspaper=[[The New York Times]] |accessdate=24 February 2011 }}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=fifty years of violent war deaths: data analysis from the world health survey program: BMJ |url=http://www.bmj.com/content/336/7659/1482| date=23 April 2008|accessdate=5 January 2013}} From 1955 to 2002, data from the surveys indicated an estimated 5.4 million violent war deaths ... 3.8 million in Vietnam.</ref>
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|[[Guerra Civil da Etiópia]]
|400,000-1,579,000
|1974-1991
|Etiópia
|<ref>http://necrometrics.com/20c1m.htm#Ethiopia</ref>
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== ListLista ofde warsguerras bypor deathnúmero tollde withmortos fewersuperior thana 1,000,000100 deathsmil ==
* 800705,000–000–900,000 – [[AmericanGuerra de Secessão|Guerra Civil WarAmericana]] (1861–1865)<ref>[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/20/recounting-the-dead/ Recounting the dead], Associate Professor J. David Hacker, "''estimates, based on Census data, indicate that the death toll was at least 750,000, and may have been as high as 850,000''" (study refers only to military casualties)</ref><ref>James M. McPherson, "Battle Cry of Freedom", Oxford University Press, Oct 24, 2003, page 619. "Suffering and death were widespread, nevertheless, and a fair estimate of war-related civilian deaths might total 50,000".</ref>
* 876,000 – [[English Civil War]] (1642–1651)<ref name=Carlton-211>{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA211,M1 p. 211]}}.</ref><ref name=Carlton-212>{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA212,M1 p. 212]}}.</ref><ref name=Carlton-213>{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA213,M1 p. 213]}}.</ref>
* 770616,000+ – [[SecondSegunda PunicGuerra WarPúnica]] (218–201 BC)<ref>http://necrometrics.com/romestat.htm#2Punic</ref>
* 800,000– [[American Civil War]] (1861–1865)<ref>[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/20/recounting-the-dead/ Recounting the dead], Associate Professor J. David Hacker, "''estimates, based on Census data, indicate that the death toll was at least 750,000, and may have been as high as 850,000''" (study refers only to military casualties)</ref><ref>James M. McPherson, "Battle Cry of Freedom", Oxford University Press, Oct 24, 2003, page 619. "Suffering and death were widespread, nevertheless, and a fair estimate of war-related civilian deaths might total 50,000".</ref>
* 500,000 – [[SpanishGuerra Civil WarEspanhola]] (1936–1939) <ref name="spanjudge">{{cite news|url= http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/10/16/europe/spain.php |title=Spanish judge opens case into Franco's atrocities|publisher = New York Times|date =16 October 2008 |accessdate=28 July 2009}}</ref>
* 770,000 – [[Second Punic War]] (218–201 BC)<ref>http://necrometrics.com/romestat.htm#2Punic</ref>
* 500,000–1,500000,000 – [[EthiopianGuerras Civilda WarGália]]<ref>http://necrometrics.com/20c1m.htm#Ethiopia</ref> (58–50 BC)
* 470,000 – [[Guerra Civil Síria]] (2011–presente), veja [[Mortos na Guerra Civil Síria]]
* 500,000 – [[Spanish Civil War]] (1936–1939) <ref name="spanjudge">{{cite news|url= http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/10/16/europe/spain.php |title=Spanish judge opens case into Franco's atrocities|publisher = New York Times|date =16 October 2008 |accessdate=28 July 2009}}</ref>
* 400,000–1394,000-800,000+ – [[GallicPrimeira WarsGuerra da Indochina]] (58–50 BC1946–1954)
* 470,000 – [[Syrian Civil War]] (2011–present), see [[Casualties of the Syrian civil war]]
* 400,000+ – [[First Indochina War]] (1946–1954)
* 400,000 – [[Civil war in Afghanistan (1989–92)]], [[Civil war in Afghanistan (1992–96)]] and [[Civil war in Afghanistan (1996–2001)]] (1989–2001)<ref>Baldauf, Scott, [http://www.csmonitor.com/2001/0920/p1s3-wosc.html "Life under Taliban cuts two ways"], ''[[The Christian Science Monitor]]'', September 20, 2001.</ref>
* 400,000+ [[War of the Triple Alliance]] (1864–1870) <ref>[[Paraguayan War]]</ref>
* 200,000–500,000 — [[Lord's Resistance Army insurgency]] (1987–present)<ref>http://ploughshares.ca/pl_armedconflict/uganda-1987-2010/#Deaths</ref>
* 200,000 – [[Algerian Civil War]] (1991–2002)<ref>[http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,22911428-32682,00.html Attacks raise spectre of civil war]</ref><ref>[http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/12/21/africa/algeria.php Journalists in Algeria are caught in middle]</ref>
* 876190,000 – [[EnglishGuerra civil inglesa|Guerra Civil WarInglesa]] (1642–1651)<ref name="Carlton-211">{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA211,M1 p. 211]}}.</ref><ref name="Carlton-212">{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA212,M1 p. 212]}}.</ref><ref name="Carlton-213">{{Harvnb|Carlton|1992|loc=[https://books.google.com/books?id=tVugNXnVrVAC&pg=PP10&lpg=PP9&ots=R_1h4VBt52&dq=Going+to+the+Wars&lr=&sig=jeEvvoXbdxT3_3ioIDjDA7GWqwQ#PPA213,M1 p. 213]}}.</ref>
* 185,250–3,000,000 – [[Hundred Years' War]] (1337–1453)<ref>http://necrometrics.com/pre1700a.htm#100yrs</ref>
* 178,258–461,520 – [[War in Darfur]] (2003–present)<ref>{{cite web|author=Degomme, Olivier & Guha-Sapir, Debarati|url=http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736%2809%2961967-X/abstract|title=Patterns of mortality rates in Darfur conflict|work=The Lancet|date=23 January 2010|accessdate=3 July 2013}}</ref>