You may notice that in the list above several allied countries, e.g. Canada, Australia and New Zealand, are not itemized. They are counted under the British Empire.
We do have some figures though.
Canada: Enlisted 595,000. Served overseas 418,000. Killed in Action 35,666. Died of wounds 12,420. Died of disease 5,405. Wounded 155,799. Prisoners of War 3,575. Presumed dead 4,671. Missing 425. Deaths in Canada 2,221. Total Dead 60,383.
Australia: 416,809 Personnel enlisted (including the Australian Flying Corps). 331,781 of these people served overseas. Among them at least 400 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Total casualties: 215,585 (captured, missing, wounded or killed). Killed: 53,993. Wounded: 137,013 plus 16,496 gassed.
New Zealand: A total of 110,386 men and women served, 100,444 of these served overseas (in Samoa, Egypt, Turkey, Palestine, France, Belgium and Germany). Casualties: 58,526, of whom 18,166 died.
*) All figures are estimates, that's why it is possible that you will find other figures elsewhere. No one on earth knows precisely how many people died and how many were wounded in this war. The figures above are taken from various sources. Most of these sources are considered fairly reliable.
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