JULY 4TH, 2008?


Alfred Webre,  Steve Kaplan, DeDe Farrell,
Laura Leizek, Hope Mead, Randy Mead

Season 4 Episode 3 (7-19-08) LISTEN DOWNLOAD
EXOPOLITICS: Exopolitics Update 2008 with Steve Bassett;
2012 & Inner Earth Intraterrestrials by Alfred Webre






One of the Mt. Adams participants is quoted from his own web page:
"The working title is "Earth Changes - Mind Matters" simply because of the fabulous up-to-the-minute information these world-class speakers revealed about how to literally use Thought in a special process that creates one's personal future. "

Michael Knight:  http://www.buycontacthasbegun.com/newsletter048.html

Michael tracks disasters, which flies in the face of their announcement that there will be NO DISASTERS in 2012

Michael Salla writes in response to the video:

Source: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/prepare4contact/message/44576

"I wrote an article some time ago about Alternative 3 and the rise of human consciousness in offsetting the predicted disaster:

One of the factors that scientists, covert policy makers and even visiting extraterrestrials are not able to fully fathom is the extent to which human consciousness can and does influence global events. That even applies to tectonic events as evidenced in the failure of multiple disaster predictions by noted psychics such as Edgar Cayce, Gordon Michael Scallion, etc. which have not emerged. Many ET groups have also predicted disaster scenarios but somehow we magically muddle through. Now we have a new meme emerging through authors such as Greg Bradden, Lynne McTaggart, etc., and videos such as The Secret, about the power of positive intention to influence our lives and environment.

"My colleague Alfred Webre is quite correct in his Mt Adams statement, that there won't be a disaster scenario emerging during the 2012 transition. That is due to the rise in human consciousness which is influencing global events in a positive direction. Those promoting the idea that global disaster will strike and ETs will come down at the last moment to conduct a global evacuation are promoting an old meme based on a disempowered humanity.

"On the contrary, we are in the middle of a new meme whereby we can and do influence our environment by collectively joining in small private groups or online forums such as p4c in visualizing a positive future. Through positive intention experiments such as the Galactic Freedom Day Celebration on 8/8/08, we can change the world, and our relationships with extraterrestrial life. For those who haven't done so yet, I suggest signing the Galactic Freedom Day petition to show your public support, and spread the word to others. http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Galactic-Freedom-Day

Aloha, Michael S.


by Alberto Cogliani (Nityanand)


If we want to understand deeply extraterrestrial life then we have to realize the importance of consciousness. The study of consciousness is the key to this understanding. For this reason the concept of Exoconsciousness by Rebecca Hardcastle <http://exoconsciousness.com/Articles/>is extremely important and divinely inspired.  She even goes further by exploring the extraterrestrial dimension of human consciousness:

Cosmic Beings that we are: "the power of the physical body propels our consciousness craft into inter-dimensional worlds where our exoconsciousness inheritance can be experienced through travel and communication with realms that are one with us."

The Mt. Adams Statement by Alfred Webre <http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopolitics/2008/07/mt-adams-statem.html>also was divinely inspired during a peak experience in consciousness, a moment of divine re-union with those ultra dimensional beings of Love who manifested themselves as a lightship in the sky. For this reason meditation, kundalini Yoga, Tantra and other mystic techniques play such a great role in contacting other intelligent life forms in the Universe.

The scriptures of all religions are full of testimonials of Ufo's; many contactees were prophets and spiritual masters. The prophet Elijah is an example of that. It is written in the Ancient Testament that he was carried away in a chariot of fire in the sky. Nowadays we have the example of Sixto Paz Wells who started doing meditation and yoga when he was seventeen and just then he started receiving telepathic messages and finally had a close encounter with entities from Orion. 

The four states of Consciousness

Some contactees have their experiences of contact in a state of super consciousness. In fact the truth is that ultra dimensional beings experience permanently very high states of consciousness. They live perpetually in a state of meditation: this is the key to understand their amazing level of evolution and their capacity to move in space and time.

Also on this planet we have examples of such high-evolved entities: Paramahansa Yogananda and Baba Muktananda Paramahansa were two such examples. These two great mystic masters of our times could visit other planets and dimensions at will, because they were established in the so called Turiya state, the state of deep meditation while being awake at the same time. This is called in Sanskrit the Sahaja State.


EDITORIAL NOTE:  There are more than four states of consciousness. 


This is not the exact order as I saw them, because with my human mind ..... The Tibetan Buddhists of yore had catalogued some 49 levels of consciousness. ...
July 20, 2008 9:15 PM
 To: eceti@yahoogroups.com
 Subject: [ECETI News] ECETI Comments on MT Adams Statement

By James Gilliland
Whereas I commend the positive outlook and the concept of consciousness creating reality there are a few concerns about the Mt Adams Statement. It very well may lure people into a false sense of security and some will use it as an excuse for denial and the continuation of the status quo. A status quo that is having deadly consequences on our environment. I personally believe we are eternal souls and each soul will experience the changes in a way that is in alignment with their soul evolution. We are on the verge of intense social, economic and physical Earth changes. Science and statistics bear this out if one but looks at the increase in natural disasters, severe weather, increase is volcanic and earthquake activity as well as solar cycle 24 which scientists are saying will eventually take down the grid and anything operating on a microchip.

We also have to take into account the fact that the 50 years it was going to take to melt the poles was changed to 30 then 20 and now the North Pole will be entirely free of ice by the end of summer. The Atlantic current is shutting down due to the mass influx of fresh water which is the heater for most of Europe. The Earth is expanding, shifting, groaning, cleansing and moving into a new highly energized place in the universe. There are also Egyptian, Mayan, and other  prophesies that speak of these times. I believe how we move through these times is directly related to the level of awareness, common sense, and degree of attachment. I have always said it is time to lovingly and joyously prepare without fear or attachment. Listen to the inner voice deep within and listen to the land upon which you are parked. What are your feelings telling you. Praise God but tie your
camel. Don't expect a mother ship to save you either. We created this mess whether it was done in consciousness or action and it is up to us to clean it up. Nature is evolving and has her destiny as well so now is a good time to contemplate are you part of the solution or part of the problem. The problem will be taken care of for it is the destiny of Humanity and the Earth to move to the next level, the Earth will cleanse itself and we will join the greater family of man/woman throughout the multiverse. The only question is where will you be during this process and will the process concern your job,  your family, your home etc. Something to contemplate.

Be well

James Gilliland



Because my job on the internet has been to track earthchanges and disasters for the past 11 years, I will use my own statistics I collect during my work to prove or disprove whether Albert Webre and his companions were lied to during their July 4th, 2008 encounter with UFOs at Mt. Adams, or if the earthchanges and disasters will continue as the earth processes continue, or, the various governments of this world continue their terrible work against humanity.

In that light, see the charts below, which will be in chronological order.  You can judge for yourself whether humanity is going for the gold and light or not, or whether the earth/government is in charge.

Dee Finney



Lyrics by Bob Dylan
1963 Warner Bros. Inc
Renewed 1991
Special Rider Music

Oh my name it is nothin'
My age it means less
The country I come from
Is called the Midwest
I's taught and brought up there
The laws to abide
And that land that I live in
Has God on its side.

Oh the history books tell it
They tell it so well
The cavalries charged
The Indians fell
The cavalries charged
The Indians died
Oh the country was young
With God on its side.

Oh the Spanish-American
War had its day
And the Civil War too
Was soon laid away
And the names of the heroes
I's made to memorize
With guns in their hands
And God on their side.

Oh the First World War, boys
It closed out its fate
The reason for fighting
I never got straight
But I learned to accept it
Accept it with pride
For you don't count the dead
When God's on your side.

When the Second World War
Came to an end
We forgave the Germans
And we were friends
Though they murdered six million
In the ovens they fried
The Germans now too
Have God on their side.

I've learned to hate Russians
All through my whole life
If another war starts
It's them we must fight
To hate them and fear them
To run and to hide
And accept it all bravely
With God on my side.

But now we got weapons
Of the chemical dust 
If fire them we're forced to
Then fire them we must
One push of the button
And a shot the world wide
And you never ask questions
When God's on your side.

In a many dark hour
I've been thinkin' about this
That Jesus Christ
Was betrayed by a kiss
But I can't think for you
You'll have to decide
Whether Judas Iscariot
Had God on his side.

So now as I'm leavin'
I'm weary as Hell
The confusion I'm feelin'
Ain't no tongue can tell
The words fill my head
And fall to the floor
If God's on our side
He'll stop the next war.


11-7-01 - VISION - As I lay my head down on the pillow to go to sleep, the whole inside of my head felt like it exploded and I saw a vision of hundreds of people jammed together. The explosion was so violent, I jumped right up off the pillow. 

I then saw a line of thick black printing I couldn't read, and then the date, Jan. 2, 2997. I figured I wasn't going to worry about that, then I thought, "What if it's a typo and it means 2007?"

In the morning I thought about it again and figured it just meant 'population explosion.'


6.5 Billion People

Today at 7:16 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, 2006,
the population of Earth is projected to reach 6.5 billion people.
According to a March 2004 U.S. Census Bureau report,
the world population hit 6 billion in June 1999. 
"This figure is over 3.5 times the size of the Earth's population
at the beginning of the 20th century and 
roughly double its size in 1960," the report noted.
 Perhaps more amazing was the short time required to 
increase the planet's population from 5 to 6 billion -- just 12 years.

America’s population hits 300 million

The word Illuminati is derived from the word Lucifer. Members of the Skull and
Bones think of themselves as “the enlightened ones” blessed by the light of Lucifer.
They consider themselves superior to the lowly American masses to whom they sell their
psychological swill and prey upon. The 11th edition of the Encyclopedia Brittanica
tells us that their Illuminati was divided into three main classes, the second consisting of
“ordinary” freemasons and “Scottish Knights.”

It shouldn’t come as surprise to anyone who understands the conspiratorial nature of
these Maltuthisan minded men, that they consider Blacks, Browns, Orientals to be
“useless eaters”. The Illuminati’s game plan is to reduce the population of the planet by
as much as 80 percent. This means that four out of five people that now inhabit the Earth
would have to be eliminated though inoculation, genetic engineering, poisoning, and




8-2-02 - DREAM - I was living/working in an apartment building.  All my own children were there, sitting around in a dimly lit living room, except my son Michael who was in the kitchen working. The kitchen was immaculately clean except that there was a massive water flood in the middle of the floor. Michael said that my daughter had spilled the water. I went to the living room and asked her politely and quietly if she would go to the kitchen and mop up the water she had spilled. She sat there like she was deaf and didn't move.

She needed to be punished, but she was too old to just scream and yell at, so I did what any civilized mother will do - TURN OFF THE TV. I noted on the clock that it was 10:30 a.m.

As I walked through the apartment, I thought it would be nice to listen to music on the radio while I worked, but I was unable to tune the radio so it would be heard by everyone.

I went into the bedroom and saw that there was massive dust under the bed. I grabbed a dust mop to remove the dust, but the mop was too small for the job, so I got a big wide squeegee to wipe the dust off the floor. That worked really well.

I went towards the kitchen again, which was already clean, but right next to it, on the wall, I saw that the toilet was missing, an odor control electrical unit was missing too. That meant I needed to call in real maintenance men.

I looked around the amount of work to do was massive and overwhelming. I felt like I was the only one making an attempt to do any work to straight out the problem.

There was so much stuff sitting around on the counters and on the floor, one could barely move around. I twas all usable and good stuff, but there was too much of everything.

Then I noticed that all the plants were turning yellow and dying. So my first priority was water them. So I headed for the sink to water the plants and my attention was called to some little girls who were playing dress-up with adult sized jewelry. They had large clip-on earrings like clamps. They put them on their ears, but when they tried to take them off, they just pulled on them without opening the clamp - everyone who has ever tried that knows how much that hurts., so I had to take the jewelry away from them.

On a table nearby were massive amounts of pearls and beads which all needed to be sorted. All I could think of was that it would be best to just sweep them into a large box and clean off the table in one fell swoop and sort them out later.

I was trying to fix something while walking around and underneath the metal plate, all the threads were too short to work with and all I could think of to do was to pull them all out and start over. While I was doing this, I went outside and looked at the garden, everything looked like it was growing well, but nobody had thinned the plants so there was room to grow, there was just too much of everything. I couldn't even walk between the rows because there was just too much there.

Back inside the apartment, I saw the same everywhere - there was too much of everything everywhere.  It was so overwhelming that the only thing one can do is just take your and and sweep it into a box and start over.

Just at that moment, the odor to the bosses office opened. Inside it was hushed and quiet, but I knew there was an executive meeting going on. The men inside who all rant elevator companies were having a meeting, planning on how to take everyone upstairs at the same time. These men were all wearing black suits and all I could think of was that it meant 'DEATH!'


Here is a US statistic - prior to my tracking:

Weather-related fatalities in the USA (Source: USA Today)




































* pro-rated to a 10-year period, to facilitate the evaluation of trends

FROM: http://www-das.uwyo.edu/~geerts/cwx/notes/chap03/nat_hazard.html






also see: http://www.greatdreams.com/sacred/eighth-gate.htm
1675-1676 King Phillip's War (fought mostly by local militiamen from Connecticut, Massachusetts  and Rhode Island)
Metacomet, Metacom, or Pometacom known to the English as "King Philip." Josiah Winslow,
Captain William Turner.
aprox. 3450 1300
Casualties and losses
3,000 men, Metacomet 600 men
1676 Bacon's Rebellion (Virginia)  By 1800, 10 to 15 million blacks had been transported as slaves to the Americas, representing perhaps one-third of those originally seized in Africa. It is roughly estimated that Africa lost 50 million human beings to death and slavery  at the hands of slave traders and plantation owners in Western Europe and America, History is a Weapon
1689-1697  King William's War (War of the League of Augsburg) This was the first French/Indian war. 1,500 Iroquois attacked the New France settlement at La Chine In early 1692, in the Candlemas Massacre an estimated 150 Abenakis commanded by officers of New France entered the town of York, Maine, killing about 100 of the English settlers
1702-1713 Queen Anne's War
(War of the Spanish Succession)
This is the second French/Indian war . The Apalachee Massacre was and episode that took place during Queen Anne's war in 1704.
The ex-governor of South Carolina James Moore launched an invasion of the Apalachee territory in western Florida with 50 Englishmen and 1,000 Creek. They targeted the Apalachee because of the 14 Spanish Franciscan missions which had been established there for roughly a century. Moore's forces defeated the combined Spanish and Apalachee forces (which consisted of about 30 Spaniards and 400 Apalachees) lead by Captain Mexia.. All but one of the Spanish missions was destroyed and Moore's forces looted the area, capturing about 1,400 catholic Apalachees who were then sold into slavery


Yamasee War
(Native Americans)
South Georgia and North Florida
(both: yăm´esē, yäm´-)  Yamasi , or Yemasee , Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Muskogean branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock. In the late 16th cent., when Spanish missions were established among them, the Yamasee lived in S Georgia and N Florida. They remained under Spanish  rule until 1687, when they revolted and fled to South Carolina. The Yamasee were initially friendly toward the English, but in 1715 war broke out and they massacred more than 200 white settlers.
1739-1742 War of Jenkins' Ear (Georgia and Florida)


On may 9th 1741, after 57 battle days, with no food, half of his troops and sailors dead or sick by tropical plagues, Vernon decided to sail back to Jamaica, abandoned many vessels in the way out, due to the lack of people to steer them.

The result: In the British side:  6000 British died - only 300 of the 4000 Virginian colonist survived. 7500 were wounded or sick and most of them died later on.  50 ships were taken or sunk for the Spanish defences or the British who had not enough men to steer them. 1500 destroyed or captured canons. At the end, about 16000 British died.

On the Spanish side: 800 died - 1200 wounded or sick 6 ships sunk 350 canons temporarily taken by the enemy.  

1744-1748 King George's War (War of Austrian Succession)
the third of the French and Indian wars
With the death of Charles VI in 1740, the male line of the Austrian Hapsburgs ended.  At the end of May, Frederick, with about 65,000 men, lay in the camp of Frankenstein, between Glatz and Neisse, while behind the Karkonosze about Landeshut Prince Charles had 85,000 Austrians and Saxons. On 4 June was fought the Battle of Hohenfriedberg or Striegau, the greatest victory as yet of Frederick's career, and, of all his battles, excelled perhaps by Leuthen and Rossbach only. Prince Charles suffered a complete defeat and withdrew through the mountains as he had come. Frederick's pursuit was methodical, for the country was difficult and barren, and he did not know the extent to which the enemy was demoralised. The Austro-Saxon army was crushed by Frederick's advance; more than a third of them were killed, and the rest fled for their lives into the forests, where they were too widespread to regroup.
1754-1763 French and Indian (Seven Years) War The tardiness of Bligh in moving his forces allowed a French force of 10,000 men from Brest to catch up with him and open fire on the re-embarkation troops. A rear-guard of 1,400 under General Dury held off the French while the rest of the army embarked; they could not be saved, 750, including Dury, were killed and the rest captured.
1760-1761  Cherokee Uprising (Carolinas) The Cherokee and Virginians fell to fighting each other, with the Virginians defeating the Cherokee, killing and scalping about 20 of them. Later, the Virginians passed the scalps off as those of Shawnees and collected bounties for them. Two Cherokee warriors accused of the murder of white settlers were turned over for execution, and 29 chiefs were given as hostages, imprisoned at Fort Prince George In February of 1760, the Cherokees attacked Fort Prince George in an attempt to rescue the hostages. The fort's commander was killed, and his replacement had all of the hostages executed and fended off the attack. Fort Ninety Six was also attacked, and withstood the siege
1763-1764 Pontiac's Rebellion  (fought mostly with militia from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia;  in Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania)
~3,000 soldiers[1] ~3,500 warriors[2]
Casualties and losses
450 soldiers killed,
2,000 civilians killed or captured,
4,000 civilians displaced
~200 warriors killed, possible additional war-related deaths from disease
1771 War of the Regulators
(North Carolina)

(Part of our own family participated in this civil war)

This was a small civil war between citizens of North Carolina.  Tryon reviewed the troops on May 3, 1771. There were 1,068 men; 151 were officers.  General Waddell and his 284 officers and men were approaching Salisbury from the Cape Fear River. Governor Tryon and the militia reached Hillsborough on May 9. General Waddell left Salisbury that same day, but while crossing the Yadkin River he was met and stopped by a large group of Regulators. The Regulators, estimated at about 2,000, were waiting for Tryon's confrontation. Tryon's forces lost nine to death and sixty-one wounded, while the Regulators lost the same number killed and had a large, but undetermined number of people wounded. Tryon took about fifteen prisoners and executed one on the spot with the idea of striking terror into the hearts of the Regulators.  The Regulators were compelled to retreat from society and live life in the wilderness. Many migrated, some going to Tennessee and down into the Mississippi River Valley. Others followed Daniel Boone's trail into Kentucky. In fact, by 1772, just one year later, about 1,500 of the former Regulators left North Carolina (12).
1774 Lord Dunmore's War
(in Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio
Following the 1768 treaty, British explorers, surveyors, and settlers began pouring into the region. In September 1773, an obscure hunter named Daniel Boone led a group of about 50 emigrants in the first attempt by British colonists to establish a settlement in Kentucky County, Virginia. On October 9, Boone's oldest son James and a small group of men and boys who had left the main party to retrieve supplies were attacked by a band of Delawares, Shawnees, and Cherokees who had decided, in the words of historian John Mack Faragher, "to send a message of their opposition to settlement…" James Boone and another boy were captured and gruesomely tortured to death. The brutality of the killings sent shockwaves along the frontier, and Boone's party abandoned their expedition. The massacre was one of the first events in Dunmore's War. For the next several years, the Indian nations opposed to the treaty increasingly attacked settlers, mutilated and tortured to death the surviving men, and took the women and children into slavery. Immediately after the occurrence of the Pipe Creek incident came the killing of the relatives of the Mingo Chief Logan, who up to this point had been peaceful towards the settlers.  With them was a small American child. It was not known if Chief Logan had been involved in the murders and kidnappings of the settler families or whether he had obtained the child from other Shawnee-Ohio Confederates. Nonetheless, word was sent to surrounding settlers. When the Mingos were intoxicated the group of settlers that had been lying in wait killed all of them and rescued the infant child. The settlers who did the killing were under the leadership of Daniel Greathouse, a settler living near the mouth of King's Creek.  On October 10, before Lewis had commenced his movement across the Ohio, he and his 1,100 men were surprised and attacked by warriors under Chief Cornstalk. The Battle of Point Pleasant raged nearly all day and descended into hand to hand combat. Lewis's army suffered about 200 casualties, including Lewis's brother, but the battle resulted in the defeat of the Ohio Confederate warriors,
1775-1783  Revolutionary War
Casualties and losses
7,174 KIA
10,000 Killed from Disease
10,000 KIA
5,000 Killed, Wounded or Captured
500 Killed, Wounded, or Captured
6,186 Killed
Total: 22,674 Killed, Wounded or Captured in Action
8,500 KIA
German Mercenaries
3,000 KIA
Loyalists and Canadians
3,000 KIA
Native Americans
500 KIA

Total: 15,000 KIA
1780-1890 Indian Wars
this is in addition to those listed separately
Battle of Tippecanoe, Indiana in 1811;  Navajo Wars in New Mexico and Arizona, 1846-1868; and Yakima Wars in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, 1855-1858; Sioux War in the Dakotas and Montana, 1866-1890; Apache Wars in Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico in 1870-1886; Modoc War in California in 1872-1873; and the Nez Perce Wars in Idaho and Montana in 1877
1786-1787 Shays Rebellion (Massachusetts)
Governor James Bowdoin ordered the local militia of 600 men under the command of General William Shepherd to protect the Springfield court. Shays sent a message to Day proposing an attack on January 25, 1787, before General Benjamin Lincoln's 4,000-man combined Boston and Springfield militia could arrive. Day's response that his forces would not be ready until January 26 was never received (thus providing a real-world example of the Two Generals' Problem). Shays attacked the Armory not knowing he would not have reinforcements. 
When Shays and his forces attacked, Shepherd ordered a warning shot, followed by a single round into the oncoming mob. Two or three of the Shaysites were killed, and the rest fled north. On the opposite side of the river, Day's forces also fled north. The militia captured many of the rebels on February 4 in Petersham, Massachusetts; by March there was no more armed resistance.
1794 Whiskey Rebellion (Pennsylvania) The militia force of 12,950 men was organized, roughly the size of the entire army in the Revolutionary War. Under the personal command of Washington, Hamilton and Revolutionary War hero General Henry "Lighthorse Harry" Lee, the army assembled in Harrisburg and marched into western Pennsylvania (to what is now Monongahela) in October of 1794. the militia expended considerable effort rounding up 20 prisoners, clearly demonstrating Federalist authority in the national government. The men were imprisoned, where one died, while two, including Philip Vigol (later spelled Philip Wigal), were convicted of treason and sentenced to death by hanging. Washington, however, pardoned them on the grounds that one was a "simpleton," and the other, "insane
1798-1800 Quasi-war with France  (Atlantic Coast and West Indies)
United States - Strength - France
18 Frigates
4 Sloops
2 Brigs
3 Schooners
5,700 Sailors
365 privateers
Casualties and losses
20 dead
42 wounded
1801-1805 War with the Barbary Pirates This war was acted out completely at sea:
 United States
Sweden(until 1802)
 Barbary States (Ottoman Empire regencies)
 Richard Dale
 William Eaton
 Edward Preble
Hassan Bey
Murad Reis
7 Ships
10 US Marines and Soldiers
Christian Mercenaries
Arab Mercenaries
Casualties and losses
2 Ships destroyed
2 Marines killed, 3 wounded
Christian/Arab Mercenaries killed and wounded uncertain
800 dead, 1200 wounded at Derne plus ships and crew lost in naval defeats



September 1814

War of 1812

War of 1812



Lake Champlain,
New York

Participants - 287,000 -
United States
2,260 KIA
4,505 Wounded
4,535 Killed from Disease
500 Civillans Dead
1,600 KIA
3,679 Wounded
3,321 Killed by disease or weather

A U.S. naval victory on Lake Champlain in September 1814 compelled one invading army to retreat to Canada, but not before other British troops had burned Washington, D.C., in August and also occupied northeastern Maine. British forces, however, failed to take Baltimore, Md. During the bombardment of the city (September 13–14), American poet Francis Scott Key wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner;” his verses later became the U.S. national anthem.

1817/1898 Indian Wars

First Seminole War

Participants - 106,000 -  Deaths - 1,000
(See more details at link)

1817-1819  First Seminole War - some escaped black slaves became Seminoles.
The blacks in the fort fired their cannon at the U.S. soldiers and their Creek allies, but had no training or experience in aiming the cannon. The Americans fired back, and the ninth shot fired by the gunboats, a "hot shot" (a cannon ball heated to a red glow), landed in the fort's powder magazine. The resulting explosion, which was heard more than 100 miles (160 km) away in Pensacola, leveled the fort. Of about 320 people who had been in the fort, more than 250 died instantly, and many more died from their injuries soon after. After the destruction of the fort, the U.S. Army withdrew from Florida, but American squatters and outlaws carried out raids against the Seminoles, killing the Indians and stealing their cattle. Resentment over the killings and thefts committed by white Americans spread among the Seminoles, leading to retaliation, particularly stealing cattle back from the settlers. On February 24, 1817, the Seminoles murdered Mrs. Garrett, a woman living in Camden County, Georgia, and her children, one three years old and the other two months old
week later a boat carrying supplies for Fort Scott, under the command of Lt. R. W. Scott, was attacked on the Apalachicola River. There were forty to fifty people on the boat, including twenty sick soldiers, seven wives of soldiers, and possibly some children. (While there are reports of four children being killed by the Seminoles, they were not mentioned in early reports of the massacre, and their presence has not been confirmed.) Most of the boat's passengers were killed by the Indians.
As soon as Jackson arrived at St. Marks, the two Indians were brought ashore and hanged.
1831-1832 Black Hawk War The Black Hawk War was fought in 1832 in the Midwestern United States. The war was named for Black Hawk, a war chief of the Sauk, Fox, and Kickapoo Native Americans, whose British Band fought against the United States Army and militia from Illinois and the Michigan Territory (present-day Wisconsin) for possession of lands in the area.
Henry Atkinson
Henry Dodge
Adam W. Snyder
Isaiah Stillman
Samuel Whiteside et al.
Black Hawk
Mike Girty
9,000 Illinois Militia
1,500 Regulars
300+ U.S. aligned Ho-Chunk, Menominee, and Potawatomi
500 warriors
1,000 civilians
Casualties and losses
at least 60 KIA (including non-combatants) 450-600
1835-1842  Florida War; also known as the Second Seminole War
As the realization that the Seminoles would resist relocation sank in, Florida began preparing for war. The St. Augustine Militia asked the War Department for the loan of 500 muskets. Five hundred volunteers were mobilized under Brig. Gen. Richard K. Call. Indian war parties raided farms and settlements, and families fled to forts, large towns, or out of the territory altogether. A war party led by Osceola captured a Florida militia supply train, killing eight of its guards and wounding six others. Most of the goods taken were recovered by the militia in another fight a few days later. Sugar plantations along the Atlantic coast south of St. Augustine were destroyed, with many of the slaves on the plantations joining the Seminoles. On December 23, 1835 the two companies, totaling 108 men, left Fort Brooke under the command of Maj. Francis L. Dade. Seminoles shadowed the marching soldiers for five days. On December 28 the Seminoles ambushed the soldiers, and wiped out the command. Only three men survived the massacre, and one, Edwin De Courcey, was hunted down and killed by a Seminole the next day.
Feb/Mar 1836 The Alamo

Texas War of Independence

U.S. between 182 and 257 Mexico 400–600
1839 Aroostook War (land dispute between Canadian lumbermen and American settlers who had been granted lands within the Madaueskan area of Maine)
United States of America British Empire/British North America
3,000–10,000 3,000–10,000
Casualties and losses
38 non-combat deaths
1841 Door Rebellion (Rhode Island) 1842 Rhode Island does not join most other states with reformed voting rights and continues to require property ownership to qualify to vote. This issue causes much controversy, and rival state governments are elected in Providence and Newport. Thomas W. Door begins a movement known as the Door Rebellion, which is victorious and forces Rhode Island to adopt a new constitution in 1843. This provides broader suffrage provisions  
(I didn't locate any notices of death in this rebellion)
1846-1848 Mexican War Participants 79,000 -  Deaths - 13,000
1848-1858 Third Seminole War Relentless U.S. military incursions, complete with bloodhounds, reduced the Seminole population to between 200 and 300. The war ended with Bowlegs' surrender on May 7, 1858. He had only 40 warriors with him. Shortly after, Colonel Loomis, commander of the forces in Florida,  announced an end to all hostilities. In effect, the U.S. government had abandoned efforts to remove all Seminoles.
1856-1860 Opium wars - China For ten days dead bodies, in incredible numbers, had been floating down the  river, and, several times a day coolies were sent to this place with poles to set free the accumulation of bodies and allow them to float down  stream. At this moment, you see, there are only four or five in view, but at other times there are large numbers, especially in the morning, after a night's accumulation. At times I have seen heads and headless trunks in this flotsam of war. Many of these    dead have been killed by the relief troop who first entered Tinajin.
1857-1858  Utah War The Utah War, also known as the Utah Expedition or Buchanan's Blunder, was an armed dispute between Latter-day Saint ("Mormon") settlers in Utah Territory and the United States federal government. The confrontation lasted from May 1857 until July 1858. While not fully bloodless, the war consisted of no pitched battles and was ultimately resolved through negotiation.
 United States Utah Territory
Pres.James Buchanan
Gen. Albert S. Johnston
Gov. Brigham Young
Gen. Daniel H. Wells
2,500 Unknown
Casualties and losses
38 Unknown
1861/1865 Civil War
Union Participants 2,213,000 -
Union Deaths in Service - 364,000

Confederate Participants* 1,000,000 -  Confederate Deaths in Service* 133,821

10-28-1868 Hayward Fault earthquake - 6.8 - 7.0 Because of its location in the heart of the Bay Area, then having a total population of about 260,000, and its magnitude, variously estimated as between 6.8 and 7.0, this earthquake was one of the most destructive in California history. Property loss was extensive and 30 people were killed. Read more
1878 Lincoln County War
New Mexico

The posse formed to recover the horses contained many criminals, most members of a gang of outlaws known as "The Boys", led by a transplanted Texas desperado named Jessie Evans. At one time, a youthful Billy the Kid had been a member of the gang, as was outlaw William Bresnahan, better known as Curly Bill Brocius, who would shoot to infamy as the nemesis of lawman Wyatt Earp. Murphy-Dolan also enlisted the John Kinney Gang.

1878/1879 The Cheyenne War
with Chief Dull Knife
1880 Denmark - health The average Danish citizen consumed over 29 pounds of refined sugar annually. At that time, the recorded death rate from diabetes was 1.8 per 100,000.
1880 Sweden - health consumption per person of refined sugar rose from 12 pounds in 1880 to over 120 pounds per person in 1929. One out of six people in Sweden has cancer.
1898-1902 Spanish American War
 United States
 Republic of Cuba
 Philippine Republic
 Puerto Rico
 Kingdom of Spain
 Cuban Loyalists to Spain
 Puerto Rico Under Spain
 Filipino Loyalists
 Nelson A. Miles
 William R. Shafter
 George Dewey
 Máximo Gómez
 Emilio Aguinaldo
 Patricio Montojo
 Pascual Cervera
 Arsenio Linares
 Manuel Macías y Casado
 Ramón Blanco y Erenas
Casualties and losses
5,000 Killed from Disease USA
5,000 Cubans KIA
5,000 Filipinos KIA
2,159 KIA
53,000 Killed from Disease
1899-1902 Philippine Insurrection
 United States
 U.S. Colonial Government post-1902
 Philippine Constabulary post-1902
 Filipino supporters
 First Philippine Republic
 guerrilla groups post-1902
 Sultanate of Sulu
 Moro guerrillas
William McKinley
Theodore Roosevelt
Arthur MacArthur
John Pershing
Jacob Smith
Emilio Aguinaldo
Miguel Malvar
Paciano Rizal
Macario Sakay
other unofficial leaders post-1902
126,000 80,000
Casualties and losses
4,196 ~12,000-20,000 (military)
200,000 to 1,500,000 (civilian)
9-08-1900 Galveston, Texas hurricane between 6,000 and 12,000 people - category 4 storm
1900 India - heat -drought drought in India blamed for 250000 to 3 million deaths. ...
1900 Boxer Revolt -Rebellion (China) In June 1900, the Boxers invaded Beijing and killed 230 foreign diplomats and foreigners. Some Chinese Christians were also killed, mostly in Shandong and Shanxi Provinces as part of the uprising.
20,000 initially 49,000 total 50,000–100,000 Boxers
70,000 Imperial troops
Casualties and losses
2,500 soldiers,
526 foreigners and Chinese Christians
"All" Boxers,
 ? Imperial troops
Civilians = 18,952+
1906 Japan health Refined sugar was introduced to Japan after the U.S. Civil War, and the Japanese used it as a medicine. By 1906, 45,000 acres of sugar cane were cultivated in Japan. As the Japanese consumed more sugar, the onset of "western" diseases increased.
4-18-1906 San Francisco, CA
earthquake -  7.7
The news reports 700 killed, but the death toll is estimated to 4 times that many.  The length of quake was remarkable -
The total length is 296 miles (477 kilometers). For comparison, the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake had a rupture length of about 25 miles (40 km). http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/nca/1906/18april/


12-30-1908 Messina, Italy
earthquake - 7.5
over 100,000 people killed in the quake and consuming fires thereafter. The channel of Messina between Italy and Sicily was so distorted by the quake that it was no longer recognisable.  70,000 people were killed in Messina alone.
1909 Grande Isle, Louisiana hurricane category 4 - 350 deaths
1911 Denmark - health consumption of sugar more than doubled to 82 pounds per person, and the death rate from diabetes rose to 8 per 100,000.
4-14-1914 Tampico  - no deaths - only 9 or 10 soldiers participated on either side

Vera Cruz Incident  in Mexico

United States
Total: 3,948
Landing force: 757
Casualties and losses
22 killed
70 wounded
92 total
152–172 killed
195–250 wounded
347–422 total


1914/1917 Mesopotamia/Iraq war campaign of Gr.Britain 92,000/100,000
1915 New Orleans, Louisiana - hurricane category 4 - 275 deaths
1915 Galveston, TX - hurricane category 4 - 275 deaths
1916-1917 Mexican Punitive Expedition Gen. John J. Pershing went to Mexico in search of "Pancho" Villa.  24 Americans 80 Mexicans died
1917-1918 WW I Participants - 4,744,000 -  Deaths in Service- 116,000
1918 WW I health Other statistics in the United States show that the outbreak of diabetes dropped sharply during World War I when sugar was rationed (except it was not rationed to the soldiers who were doomed anyway and the military incidence of diabetes went up).
1919 Florida Keys, and South Texas - hurricane category 4 - 600 deaths - most on ships
1919 Communist Revolution
Trotsky Did It
These Christians are but a few of the 100,000,000 Christian innocents who were exterminated by All Anti-Christian Jewish Red Commissars in Russia under the orders of Trotsky, the Jewish Commissar of Commissars.
See: http://www.greatdreams.com/political/picnic.htm
July 27 to August 2, 1919 Race Riots 
Chicago, IL
This wasn't the beginning and it won't be the end
38 - Tulsa, Ok - May 31, 1921 - almost 100, Detroit - 1943 - 20
1967 - Newark, NJ - 28 - 1993 - India - they just went missing. 7 years went by to have them declared dead - 12
April 4, 1998 - Washington, DC. - 13 -  February 8, 2000 - Spain - 2
June 24, 2002 - Bulgaria - 2 -
Rwandan genocide of 1994 - 500,000+
The Darfur conflict - 2003 - 400,000+ 
9-1-1923 Yokohama, Japan earthquake of 8.3 Casualty estimates range from about 100,000 to 142,000 deaths, the latter figure including approximately 37,000 who went missing and were presumed dead. According to the Japanese construction company Kajima Kobori Research's report of September 2005, there were 105,000 confirmed deaths in the 1923 quake
3-19-1925 Tri-state tornado A giant tornado, later known as the Tri-State Tornado, crossed through Missouri, Illinois and Indiana during the mid-afternoon today, killing hundreds and causing massive destruction. Other states, including Tennessee and Kentucky, were also devastated by the worst tornado outbreak on record. "From every point come stories of terror incident to the storm," reported The Sheboygan Press on March 19, 1925. "Children were killed when school houses were wrecked. Trees and parts of wrecked buildings were blown for miles."  NOTE: The Tri-State Tornado killed nearly 700 people and destroyed approximately 15,000 homes—it is considered the deadliest tornado to ever strike the U.S.

 616 Killed, 2,000 Injured By Tornado
The Chronicle Telegram, March 19, 1925

 Thousands Dead In Tornado Path
The Ada Evening News, March 19, 1925

 More Than A Thousand Persons Are Killed
The Sheboygan Press March 19, 1925
1925 England - health deaths because of diabetes in 1925 were 112 per million people. After the introduction of insulin shots in 1925, deaths rose to 115 per million in 1926, and have continued to rise: 131 per million in 1928, 142 per million in 1929, and 145 per million in 1931.
1926 Miami hurricane With a highly transient population across southeastern Florida during the 1920s, the death toll is uncertain since more than 800 people were missing in the aftermath of the cyclone. A Red Cross report lists 373 deaths and 6,381 injuries as a result of the hurricane.
1928 Lake Okeechobee,
Florida hurricane
category 4 - 1836 deaths
1930 China-Japan-Italy health
In the 1930's researchers in the United States discovered that Chinese and Japanese who take rice (natural, not polished) as their principle food had very little diabetes. They also noticed that Jews and Italians had a high incidence of diabetes, as their sugar intake was correspondingly higher.
NOTE:  Type 2 diabetes became known only after the invention of High Fructose corn syrup which is almost every processed food. Donald Rumsfeld had a hand in the invention of High Fructose corn syrup and continues to make his fortune on the backs of people with Type 2 diabetes
1934 Denmark - health sugar consumption rose to 113 pounds per person and the death rate from diabetes rose to 18.9 per 100,000. It is interesting that one out of five people in Denmark also have cancer.
1935 Florida Keys - hurricane category 5 - 408 deaths
1938 New England hurricane category 3 - 600 deaths
12-28-1938 Turkey
8.0 earthquake
Earthquake - over 20,000 deaths - many of these people froze to death in the 22 degree weather, after 800 had died in previous quakes the same week.
1940-1945 WWII Participants - 16,535,000 - Deaths in Service - 406,000
12-7-1941 Pearl Harbor 2,345 military and 57 civilians killed,
1,247 military and 35 civilians wounded
1942 The Blitz - England by combined US and British bombers. In those raids, post-raid estimates show that maybe 80% of housing was destroyed along with upwards of 50,000 to 80,000 lives and untold injuries.
1944 Northeast Coast - hurricane category 3  - 390 deaths
1945 Hiroshima/Nagasaki Blowing in the Wind  The best estimate is 40,000 people died initially, with 60,000 more injured. By January 1946, the number of deaths probably approached 70,000, with perhaps ultimately twice that number dead total within five years. For those areas of Nagasaki affected by the explosion, the death rate was comparable to that at Hiroshima.
A Rip In The Space Time Continuum
1945 WW II see chart at bottom of page by country
1947 Texas Oil Explosion 567 - there had been 167 serious accidents over a 20-year period involving out-of-control chemical reactions. The accidents caused 108 deaths as well as hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage.
June 25, 1950 - July 27, 1953. Korean War See chart at bottom of page by country
1957 Audrey - hurricane  category 4 - 390 deaths
1959 - 1975 Vietnam War See chart at bottom of page
4-17-1961 Bay of Pigs- Cuba about 1,500 Cuban exiles landed in the Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs) with the aim of ousting the Communist regime of Fidel CASTRO. They had been trained in Guatemala by the CIA, supplied with U.S. arms. Most were captured or killed by the Cuban army.
Hurricane Hilda, Louisiana
Almost a complete evacuation of the entire Louisiana coast accounted for the low death toll of 38, most of which were caused by tornadoes spawned by the storm as it approached the coast. One twister at Larose, Louisiana killed 22 and injured 200 people.
3-28-1964 Alaska     Alaska

earthquake 9.2

100 +  600 feared
March 28, 1964 - A day after a magnitude 9.2 earthquake off the south-central coast of Alaska, 131 people are dead, most of them killed by subsequent tsunamis. The quake lasted about four minutes and was the second-largest ever recorded. (The largest was in Chile in 1960 with a magnitude of 9.5.) Among those who died in the Great Alaska Earthquake were 12 people in California and four in Oregon, who were killed by tsunamis
8-17-1969 Camille - hurricane 255
5-4-1970 Kent State, Ohio
11-14-1970 Bhola Pakistan Cyclone 500,000 est.  Entire islands were wiped off the face of the planet in this storm.
11-18-1978 Jonestown, Guayana 909 inhabitants of Jonestown, 276 of them children, died of apparent cyanide poisoning,
8-17-1983 Hurricane Alicia In 1983, Hurricane Alicia slammed into the Texas coast, leaving 21 dead and causing more than a billion dollars' worth of damage
8-24-1992 Hurricane Andrew
Andrew made landfall in South Florida with winds of over 150 miles per hour.

The storm killed 23 people and left behind nearly $25 billion in damages. It changed South Florida's landscape and spurred new building codes

1973-1994 cancer in children

cancer in children
There is reported a two to three fold increase in cancer
deaths among children living near high current power lines in
Denver, Colorado. Risks to children living near power lines have been a public health concern since 1979 when a epidemiological study linked exposure to electromagnetic fields (emfs) with childhood cancer. (Particularly leukemia. The annual incidence rate for brain tumors in
children up to age 14 rose from 2.4 per 100,000 in 1973-1974 to 3.3 in 1993-1994. For acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the rate rose from 2.7 per 100,000 in 1973-1974 to a peak of 3.8 in 1989,
02-1976 Guatemala 23,000
5-18-1980 Mt. St. Helens
Washington State
The 1980 explosion. By the time the ash settled, 57 people (including innkeeper Harry Truman and geologist David A. Johnston; a full list is available here:  and thousands of animals were dead. Hundreds of square miles were reduced to wasteland, over a billion U.S. dollars in damage had occurred ($2.74 billion in 2007 dollars[1]), and the face of Mount St. Helens was scarred with a huge crater on its north side.
10-10-1980 Algeria earthquake Provisional figures issued by the United Nations said 2,590 killed. Registered up to 7.3 on the Richter scale. The earthquake centred on the town of El Asnam and left 330,000 people homeless.
11-23-1980 Italy earthquake 2,735 people killed and over 7,500 injured. 7.2 on Richter scale. The epicenter was at Eboli but damage was reported over a huge area to Naples. Over 1,500 people were reported missing.
6-11-1981 Iran earthquake 1,027 people killed and over 800 injured. 6.8 on the Richter scale. The town of Golbaf in Kerman province was destroyed.
12-13-1982 Yemen earthquake 3,000 people killed and 2,000 people injured. 6 on the Richter scale. The earthquake devastated Dhamar province southeast of Sanaa.
10-30-1983 Turkey earthquake

About 1,300 people killed and 500 injured. Over 6 on the Richter scale. The earthquake struck around the city of Erzurum. Over 35,000 people homeless.

1984 India 1984 Anti-massacre.  Indira Ghandi assassinated.  2733 reported killed
9-19-1985 Mexico earthquake Between 6,000 and 12,000 killed, with 40,000 people injured. 8.1 on Richter scale. The earthquake hit Mexico city and adjoining region.
1-1986 shuttle explosion Challenger 7 astronauts
10-10-1986 El Salvador earthquake

1,500 people killed, 20,000 people injured. 7.5 on the Richter Scale. Left over 300,000 homeless.

3-5-1987 Ecuador earthquake

Over 1,000 people killed and several thousand missing. The epicenter of the quake was El Reventador, 50 miles east of Quito.

12-7-1988 Soviet Union earthquake

More than 25,000 killed, 18,000 injured. 6.9 Richter. Northwest Armenia. The town of Spitak almost totally destroyed and Leninakan half-destroyed.

10-17-1989 Loma Prieta, CA - earthquake - 6.9 the length of this quake was 25 miles.
at 5:04:15 p.m. (PDT), a magnitude 6.9 earthquake severely shook the San Francisco and Monterey Bay regions. The epicenter was located near Loma Prieta peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains, approximately 14 km (9 mi) northeast of Santa Cruz and 96 km (60 mi) south-southeast of San Francisco.


6-21-1990 Iran earthquake

35,000 dead, 100,000 injured, The worst recorded disaster in Iran. Registering 7.7 on Richter scale, devastated Caspian regions of Gilan and Zanjan. Some 500,000 were made homeless.

7-16-1990 Philippines earthquake

at least 2,000 killed, 3,500 injured. Richter 7.7, epicenter the city of Cabanatuan. About half the deaths were around the tourist center of Baguio. An estimated 148,000 people were displaced or made homeless.

Iraq (Kurds) deaths by murder reported in 2001 - This is the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, perhaps many more, caused by decisions taken in Whitehall and Washington because of oil. UNICEF's figure of half a million child deaths
1990/1991 Gulf War Deaths
(This is the official count)
73,846 -  that does not include all the military and their families who have died since then from mysterious illnesses.
740,000 Iraqi deaths, and a thousand burning oil wells
2-1-1991 Pakistan/Afghanistan earthquakes Around 1,200 dead (Pakistan 200, Afghanistan 1,000), many hundreds injured. 6.8 on Richter scale in Pakistan
10-20-1991 India earthquake

1,600 dead, at least 2,000 injured. Richter scale 6.1, close to Uttarkashi, 190 miles northeast of Delhi.

1992 Algiers - insurgency 101,170
1992 Hurricane Andrew $26.5 billion of damage and 41 deaths
12-12-1992 Indonesia earthquakes

A string of islands in the province of East Nusa Tenggara was hit by an earthquake measuring 6.8. At least 2,200 people were killed. 1,490 died in Maumere on the island of Flores, which took the brunt of the quake. Another 700 were confirmed dead on Babi island.

4-19-1993 Waco, TX - massacre 86
also see: http://www.greatdreams.com/wacovst.htm

9-30-1993 India earthquake Up to 22,000 people were killed in 36 villages destroyed after a series of powerful earthquakes which rocked western and southern India. The first of the five tremors measured 6.4.
6-6-1994 Colombia earthquake

Some 1,000 people were killed in an earthquake and mudslide disaster in the Paez River valley in southwestern Colombia.

1-17-1995 Kobe, Japan earthquake 6,500 were killed after a strong earthquake ripped through central Japan. The earthquake, measuring 7.2
1995 Chicago, Illinois - heat 600 +  (Midwest - 300 + more)
5-28-1995 Russia earthquake Russia's worst earthquake killed 1,989 people in the Far East oil-producing town of Neftegorsk, on the north of the remote Sakhalin Island. It measured 7.5
July 17, 1996 Flight 800 - plane crash
New York City
230 deaths
3-23-1997 ufo cult deaths The Heaven's Gate 39 deaths
5-10-1997 Iran earthquake Up to 2,000 people were killed and thousands injured when an earthquake measuring 7.1 rocked rural areas of eastern Iran. The quake leveled 11 villages and inflicted heavy damage on the towns of Qaen and Birjand
1997/1998 Floods El Niño, or "the Christ child" because it is usually noticed around Christmas, is a weather pattern occurring every two to seven years. The last severe El Niño, in 1997 and 1998, caused more than 2,000 deaths and a worldwide damage bill of more than £20bn.
2-4-1998 Afghanistan earthquake

At least 4,500 people were killed in an earthquake in the Rustaq district of Takhar province. The quake measured 6.1.

5-30-1998 Afghanistan earthquake

A powerful earthquake hit northern Afghanistan killing as many as 3,000 people and destroying 50 villages in Takhar province.

1998 Texas - heat 100
1998 East Africa The United States accuses bin Laden of masterminding two attacks on its embassies in East Africa last year that resulted in the deaths of 224 people, including 12 Americans.
1998/2002 Coal Mines an average annual loss of 5.6 percent in the number of US coal miners during the 1990s (from 120,602 in 1991 to 71,522 in 2000), the total number of fatalities has increased: 29 deaths in 1998, 35 in 1999, 38 in 2000 and 42 last year. As of July 11, 17 miners had died in 2002.

NO SURVIVORS - 9-2-1998

1999 Sierra Leone war 75,000 Sierra Leoneans dead
1-25-1999 Colombia - earthquake A quake measuring 6.2 killed at least 1,200 people
8-17-1999 Ankara, Turkey  earthquake 40,000 +
8- 26 -1999 Kosovo War NATO: 2 non-combat deaths
KLA: Active from 1982 - 1999 Unavailable statistics
(March 24 to June 11, 1999)
576 Albanian servicemen killed between 7,449 and 13,627 killed by Serb forces
~600 Serb civilians killed by ethnic Albanian forces
~500 Yugoslav civilians killed by NATO (mainly Serbs
9-2-1999 Hurricane Dennis 10
9-20-1999 earthquake  Taiwan 2.300
10-2-1999 New Delhi, India Suspected guerrillas pushing villagers to boycott India's elections set off a land mine Saturday, killing five people and wounding three others in Assam state on the eve of the last round of India's five-phase ballot, police said.  One local politician also was gunned down in the state, where rebels have been fighting security forces for several years for more autonomy. Police also shot and killed two rebels in Assam, bringing the day's death toll to eight in election-related violence.
9-30-1999 OAXACA, MEXICO 7
10-14-1999 Hurricane Irene 2
10-31-1999 Egypt Air plane crash http://www.greatdreams.com/bomb2.htm 

217 deaths. There were 34 Egyptian generals on the plane.

2000 Weather related deaths see page: http://www.greatdreams.com/weather.htm
1-31-2000 California - plane crash Flight 261 - 88 deaths
3-27-2000 Death in the womb 1/2 of native children of this tribe which are conceived die - why?






China Plane Crash Deaths
Florida Aircraft collision

Laos Helicopter Crash

Japanese Military Plane Crash

Patna, India Plane Crash


Paris, France Plane Crash

51 Die - China
4 Die - Florida

15 die -Laos

A Japanese military plane carrying five Air Self-Defense Force soldiers crashed into the sea Wednesday while on a test flight off Japan's western coast, officials said.

Plane crashes in southern India, bodies reported pulled from wreckage  - An Alliance Airways plane with a reported 52 passengers and six crew on board has crashed near Patna in eastern India.

Paris deaths - 109

2001 The air You Breathe estimated 3 million people die each year because of air pollution. In Asia, such exposure accounts for between half and one million excess deaths every year. In sub-Saharan Africa the estimate is 300,000-500,000 excess deaths.
Afghanistan War
24,000+ killed since 2001[citation needed]
Detainees: 28,000+
(July 2008)
Afghan security forces: 3,100 killed
Northern Alliance:
200 killed
825 killed

(US:488, UK: 111, Canada:88, Others: 138
2,495+ wounded (US 2,256, Canada 275, UK 140, Germany 70, Other 80+ [13])
83 KIA
2,428 WIA

Civilian casualties: ~20,000


2001 World earthquakes 21,357
2001 lung cancer -

bad water
Death rate extrapolations for USA for Lung cancer: 160,439 per year, 13,369 per month, 3,085 per week, 439 per day, 18 per hour
In developed countries, water causes less than 1 per cent of deaths. In developing countries, the toll leaps to an average 8 per cent - with the extreme case being Angola, at 24 per cent.
An unsafe water supply is to blame for 22 per cent of illnesses in those under 14 years of age, and one quarter of young deaths.
2001-2006 Dolphins and Whales thousands
2001/2002 Winter Deaths 1263
2001/2002 Winter Deaths - more 1134
2001/2002 Hurricane Season 37  ( I wasn't very diligent with that record)
1-26-2001 India - earthquake 100,000 KILLED IN EARTHQUAKE IN INDIA, 30,000 BODIES FOUND SO FAR- AS OF 2-3-01 - SOME VILLAGES NOT EVEN INVESTIGATED 2-15-01
2-21-2001 San Salvador 300+
8-11-2001 Pakistan revolt 30,000 to 80,000
9-11-2001 New York Trade Center Actual final death total is 2645]
[Estimated total of deaths and injured is 3400]
Rescue workers are still dying from the fallout
10-03-01 Greyhound Bus Crash Tennessee 6
2002/2005 Drought 2204
2002 Floods China - 7 deaths - (3500 in Chinese mines) Moscow - 44 deaths - Asia - 580 deaths - Bangladesh - 151 deaths - Nepal - 316 deaths
2002 Children in war
More than 2 million children have died as a direct result of armed conflict over the last decade.
More than three times that number, at least 6 million children, have been permanently disabled or seriously injured.
More than 1 million have been orphaned or separated from their families.
Between 8,000 and 10,000 children are killed or maimed by landmines every year.

An estimated 300,000 child soldiers - boys and girls under the age of 18 - are involved in more than 30 conflicts worldwide. Child soldiers are used as combatants, messengers, porters, cooks and to provide sexual services. Some are forcibly recruited or abducted, others are driven to join by poverty, abuse and discrimination, or to seek revenge for violence enacted against themselves and their families.
6-22-2002 Iran- earthquake 500
2003 Global Warming? heat related,  2000 just in London alone. France 14,802
1-2-2003 Colima, Mexico Earthquake 29
2002/2003 Winter storms est. 48
2003 California Fires San Diego is particularly haunted by wildfires. The worst one in state history burned nearly 750,000 acres in 2003, destroyed 3,600 homes and other buildings, and killed 24 people across Southern California, with much of the damage and more than a dozen of the deaths in San Diego County.
02-24-03 China 257
2-1-2003 shuttle explosion 7
 also see: http://www.greatdreams.com/shuttle-STS107.htm
05-01-03 Turkey 150
05-21-03 Algeria 2,200+
08-16-03 Northern China 2
09 - 6 thru 20 - 2003 Isabel - hurricane 51
09-25-93 Hokkaido, Japan earthquake 1
10-05-2003 electrical blackout 8
12-02-03 Los Angeles, CA 2
12-26-03 Southeastern, Iran 43,000 +
2004 - In the world (due to weather) 1533
2004 Tornadoes 300+
2004/2005 Winter 78
2-24-04 Morocco earthquake 564
5-31-04 Haiti Floods 2000 +
7-2-04 Turkey 18


8-13-04 Hurricane Charley 20
8-26-04 Hurricane Frances 3
8-30-04 Bihar floods


9- 01- 2004 Russia - terrorism 335 children
9-4 thru 23-04 HURRICANE IVAN -gulf Coast
9-22-04 Hurricane Jeanne 1206
12-26-2004 Sri Lanka - BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA
The earthquake
Disaster Toll  300,000 +  1900 Americans Missing
Estimates are 400,000 died and the bodies will not be recovered
2005 Hurricane season - page 5 includes Page 1 Katrina - Page 3  Page 4  Page 6  2000 +
HURRICANE KATRINA: Category 5 Hurricane
Formed: Tuesday, August 23, 2005
Dissipated: Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Highest winds: 175 mph (280 km/h) (1-minute sustained)
Fatalities 1,836 confirmed, 705 missing
Damage $81.2 billion (2005 USD)
Areas affected: Bahamas, South Florida, Cuba, Louisiana
(especially Greater New Orleans), Mississippi, Alabama,
Florida Panhandle, most of eastern North America
2005 Weather manipulation The number can't be counted as it is covered up by events themselves
2005 Plane crashes These are the deaths - there were many more crashes:
8-6-05 - TUNISAIR flight - 39 passengers and crew
8-14-05 - CYPRIOT Airliner 121 People Crashes in Greece
All passengers froze to death before crashing
8-15-05 -VENEZUELA  -z West Caribbean Airways 160 dead
8-23-05 - PERU 40 dead
10-6-05 - CANADA crashed with flu virus on board
12-6-05 - IRAN - 128 killed
12-7-05 - CHICAGO, IL Plane lands on car - kills a 6 year old child
12-11-05 - NIGERIA 107 dead - mostly children
12-19-05 - MIAMI, FLORIDA 20 dead
Greece's 2005 plane crash goes to Greek Cyprus court Three people appeared in a Greek Cyprus court charged with involvement in a 2005 plane crash which killed 121 people in Greece's worst air disasters on record. Thursday, 26 February 2009 19:50. Three people appeared in a Greek Cyprus court on Thursday charged with involvement in a 2005 plane crash which killed 121 people in Greece's worst and most perplexing air disasters on record.

2-25-05 Sarbagh, Iran -earthquake 400 +
7-7-05 London Bombing 55
7-13-05 CANCER 10,000 per week
9-21-05 Rita - hurricane 125
10-08-05 Pakistan earthquake over 100,000
11-25-05 Southeastern China 15
11-27-05 Iran earthquake 10
There were over 400 tornadoes by 4-6-2006
2006 Martinique - plane crash 152
2006 Bangladesh storm 621
2006 Hurricane season

5-14-06 - 37 people killed in the Philippines,
5-20-06 - 90 killed in Asia,
5-22-06 - 37 killed in Vietnam, 7-21-06 - over 500 killed in China
8-27-06 - 1 killed in Cuba, 9-27-06 - 100+ killed in the Philippines
10-2-06 - 15 killed in Vietnam, 12-2-06 -   1000 killed in the Philippines
12-10-06 - 3 killed in the Philippines

5-27-06 Jakarta, Indonesia earthquake 4000+ killed in Jakarta, Indonesia quake - over 200,000 homeless
7-18-06 Java earthquake 86
10-27-06 Death by needles

This is annually

Tobacco 435,000
Poor Diet and Physical Inactivity 365,000
Alcohol 85,000 
Microbial Agents 75,000
Toxic Agents 55,000
Motor Vehicle Crashes 26,347
Adverse Reactions to Prescription Drugs 32,000
Suicide 30,622
Incidents Involving Firearms 29,000
Homicide 20,308
Sexual Behaviors 20,000
All Illicit Drug Use, Direct and Indirect 17,000
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Such As Aspirin 7,600
Marijuana 0
12-26-06 Sumatra / Sri Lanka  earthquake - tsunami 300,000 +
2006/2007 Weather extremes Kiev - 53 deaths, Ukraine - 130 deaths, Russia, 100 + deaths in Moscow alone, Poland - 53 persons died, Philippines - 1500 to 2500 in mudslide, Kansas - 4, Missouri - 3, skiing accidents  39, Texas fires - 11, Northeast 4 in floods, Pennsylvania - 50 in flood, South Asia - 500 dead,
2006/2007 tsunamis 179
1990/2007 Mine deaths annual loss of 5.6 percent of US coal miners during the 1990s (from 120,602 in 1991 to 71,522 in 2000), the total number of fatalities has increased over the past several years: 29 deaths in 1998, 35 in 1999, 38 in 2000 and 42 last year. 42 - 2001- July 11, 17 miners had died in 2002. 200 deaths from mine dust - 2006
134 in china - 2007 - 4,700+ workers were killed in 2006, though the real death toll is more likely 20,000 annually, with many accidents covered up.
2-4-07 Jakarta Flood 20  floods related to global warming due to rising seawaters
6-13-07 Guatemala 0  (See 1976)
7-16-07 Japan - earthquake 10 - thousands injured
8-1-07 Bridge Collapse 13
8-15-07 Lima, Peru - earthquake 450
Aug. 2007 Mine deaths 23 in 2007 -172 in China
11-14-07 Chili earthquake 2
2006/2007 Drought 160
2007 Hurricane Season 677
2007/2008 FLOODS ongoing  2154 so far
2007 Tornadoes 104
2007 Fires 1 - Other years have been devastating all over the state
2007 Car accidents highway crashes kill 41000 +
2008 Tornadoes  206 in U.S. - official statistics http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/torn/monthlytornstats.html
2008 Hurricanes Myanmar 120,000 +

This year, 461 people are known to have died in Atlantic storms, mostly due to floods and mudslides:, but Haiti alone reported over 500 bodies found after the hurricanes were over on that island alone

4-24-08 Darfur, Africa Darfur deathscould be 300000′ BBC NEWS. An estimated 300000 people may have died as a result of the Darfur conflict,


80,000 +
7-21-08 Ship accident deaths 1310 in 3 yrs of recording
8-11-08 Georgia, USSR war with Russia -  100 to 2,000 dead
8-23-08 -
Hurricane Gustav 82 dead in Haiti and other islands
8-27-08 China explosion

20 dead in Chinese chemical plant explosion

8-31-08 China earthquake 6.1 32 dead - 250,460 homes destroyed
11-26-08 Mumbai, India Attack by Pakistan militants - At Least 187 Dead in Mumbai (Bombay) India - 30 bodies found at the Oboroi hotel on second day Terror Attacks Over 327 injured
over 200 hostages held - all released by the end
12-05-08 India 174 people murdered on train stations, etc. by terrorists
ongoing SARS - worldwide 478 - none in the U.S.
12-30-08 worldwide deaths Notable deaths listed for 2008 - not all natural deaths
6-2-09 Atlantic Ocean Plane Crash Air France Flight 447 crashed due to a terrible storm over the Atlantic Ocean. 228 people died upon impact.  Few bodies found
See: http://www.greatdreams.com/planes/2009/plane-crashes-2009.htm
2009 DEATHS 10,416 natural disaster-related deaths, according to the ISDR, with most resulting from a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Sumatra, Indonesia on Sept. 30.Indonenesia

Samoa:  ssite:greatdreams.com earthquake 2009

Italy  http://www.greatdreams.com/italy-quake-2009.htm

 haiti earthquake  http://www.greatdreams.com/haiti/haiti-quake-1-12-10.htm  over 100,000 deaths

  • Chile earthquake: The 8.8 temblor was the fifth largest on record, and moved the city of Concepción at least 10 feet (3 meters) to the west. The quake killed 500 to 800 individuals, with numbers still coming in, according to news reports. Total recovery costs could exceed $15 billion, news reports say.
  • http://www.greatdreams.com/chili-quake-2-27-10.htm
  • Turkey earthquake: The 6.0 earthquake hit eastern Turkey on Monday and kill approximately 41 people, according to the AP.
  • China snowstorm: A series of snowstorms and freezing weather has hit China's western region of Xinjiang since Dec. The storms have affected millions and resulted in 30 deaths, the AP reported this month.
  • Washington, D.C., snowstorm: The blizzard that blanketed the northeastern United States last month with record snowfalls left thousands without power, caused hundreds of accidents and resulted in at least 2 fatalities, according to news reports. For D.C. alone, the price tag is estimated to be $41 million.
2010 DEATHS The Haiti earthquake is responsible for the majority of the 2010 disaster death toll. With at least 220,000 deaths out of a population of around just 9 million, the number of fatalities almost matched those experienced during the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, which struck a far larger population
2011 DEATHS japan   7000 to 10000 deaths
each year   Each year in the U.S., about
  710,760 people die from heart disease,
  553,251 from cancer,
  429,762 from smoking-related illnesses,
  167,661 of stroke,
    71,252 due to diabetes,
    63,548 from pneumonia,
    43,354 in automobile accidents,
    29,350 commit suicide,
    16,765 are murdered,
    14,478 die from HIV/AIDS,
      5,357 due to viral hepatitis,
      5,000 from food poisoning,
      3,582 from rheumatic fever, and
      1,765 from influenza.
ongoing starving children http://crooksandliars.com/cernig/right-food

By a vote of 180 in favour to 1 against (United States) and no
abstentions,  the Committee also approved a resolution on the right to food, by which the Assembly would "consider it intolerable" that more than 6 million children still died every year from hunger-related illness before their fifth birthday, and that the number of undernourished people had grown to about 923 million worldwide, at the same time that the planet could produce enough food to feed 12 billion people, or twice the world's present population.
The Bush administration, speaking for the U.S.A., therefore must
consider it tolerable that 6 million children die every day - children
who could be fed if we weren't wasting billions on stealth fighters,
littoral combat boondoggles and non-effective defense against
non-existant ballistic missiles from Iran.

ongoing homeless people
United States
average 42-150 per city per year -most from alcoholism
ongoing war
United States

Total Participants 41,790,000

Deaths in Service - 1,090,2000

Iraq: U.S. Confirmed Deaths
Reported Deaths: 4217
Confirmed Deaths: 4215
Pending Confirmation: 2

Afghanistan War Deaths

Friday, November 14, 2008;
Total number of U.S. military deaths and names of the U.S. troops killed recently in the Afghanistan war, as announced by the Pentagon:
622 In hostile actions: In non-hostile actions:
Fatalities 407 215

ongoing future war - frequency deaths http://www.greatdreams.com/antenna.htm

ELF-EMF , brain cancer, etc.

ongoing oil pipelines more than reported see the list of explosions at:

There were so many pipeline explosions - they stopped counting
ongoing Mexican border crossings 4500 the death toll along the border since 1994 - 1954 people died in 2001 -  2004 - 460 - 2005 - 500+ 2006 - 770
ongoing Israel deaths
At least 280 dead and 465 wounded in Israeli rocket attacks on Gaza City; India and Pakistan stand off could lead to war;
future War with Iran
??????? millions

See special box following casualties - about Revelation warnings - end of page.

Rev. 9:13-21  http://www.greatdreams.com/war/weapons_of_war.htm

Casualties and losses
South Korea:
58,127 combat deaths
175,743 wounded
80,000 MIA or POW[6]

United States:
36,516 dead (including 2,830 non-combat)
92,134 wounded
8,176 MIA
7,245 POW[7]
United Kingdom:
1,109 dead[8]
2,674 wounded
1,060 MIA or POW[9]
721 dead[10]
2,111 wounded
168 MIA
216 POW
516 dead[11]
1,042 wounded
339 dead[12]
1,200 wounded
300 KIA or MIA[13]
112 KIA[3]
South Africa
28 KIA and 8 MIA[14]
Total: Over 474,000

North Korea:
215,000 dead,
303,000 wounded,
120,000 MIA or POW[9]

(Chinese estimate):
114,000 killed in combat
34,000 non-combat deaths
380,000 wounded
21,400 POW[15]
(U.S. estimate):[9]
400,000+ dead
486,000 wounded
21,000 POW
Soviet Union:
315 dead
Total: 1,190,000-1,577,000+

Civilians killed/wounded (total Koreans) = Millions



Human Losses of World War Two by Country
Country   Population 1939   Military deaths   Civilian deaths   Jewish Holocaust deaths   Total deaths  
 Albania 1,073,000 28,000   200 28,200
 Australia 6,998,000 39,400 700   40,100
 Austria 6,653,000   40,500 65,000 105,500
 Belgium 8,387,000 12,100 49,600 24,400 86,100
 Brazil 40,289,000 1,000 1,000   2,000
 Bulgaria 6,458,000 22,000 3,000   25,000
 Burma 16,119,000 22,000 250,000   272,000
 Canada 11,267,000 45,300     45,300
 Republic of China 517,568,000 3,800,000 16,200,000   20,000,000
 Cuba 4,235,000   100   100
 Czechoslovakia 15,300,000 25,000 43,000 277,000 345,000
 Denmark 3,795,000 2,100 1,000 100 3,200
 Estonia 1,134,000   40,000 1,000 41,000
 Ethiopia 17,700,000 5,000 95,000   100,000
 Finland 3,700,000 95,000 2,000   97,000
 France 41,700,000 217,600 267,000 83,000 567,600
 French Indochina 24,600,000   1,000,000   1,000,000
 Nazi Germany 69,623,000 5,533,000 1,600,000 160,000 7,293,000
 Greece 7,222,000 20,000 220,000 71,300 311,300
 Hungary 9,129,000 300,000 80,000 200,000 580,000
 Iceland 119,000   200   200
 British Raj 378,000,000 87,000 1,500,000   1,587,000
 Dutch East Indies 69,435,000   4,000,000   4,000,000
 Iran 14,340,000 200     200
 Iraq 3,698,000 1,000     1,000
 Ireland 2,960,000   200   200
 Italy 44,394,000 301,400 145,100 8,000 454,500
 Japan 71,380,000 2,120,000 580,000   2,700,000
 Korea 23,400,000   378,000   378,000
 Latvia 1,995,000   147,000 80,000 227,000
 Lithuania 2,575,000   212,000 141,000 353,000
 Luxembourg 295,000   1,300 700 2,000
 Malaya 4,391,000   100,000   100,000
 Malta 269,000   1,500   1,500
 Mexico 19,320,000   100   100
 Mongolia 819,000 300     300
 Netherlands 8,729,000 15,800 109,300 106,000 231,100
 Newfoundland 300,000 1,000 100   1,100
 New Zealand 1,629,000 11,900     11,900
 Norway 2,945,000 3,000 5,800 700 9,500
 Philippines 16,000,000 57,000 90,000   147,000
Micronesia 1,900,000   57,000   57,000
 Poland 34,849,000 240,000 2,360,000 3,000,000 5,600,000
 Portuguese Timor 500,000   55,000   55,000
 Romania 19,934,000 300,000 64,000 469,000 833,000
 Singapore 728,000   50,000   50,000
 South Africa 10,160,000 11,900     11,900
 Soviet Union 168,500,000 10,700,000 11,400,000 1,000,000 23,100,000
 Spain 25,637,000 4,500     4,500
 Sweden 6,341,000 200 2,000   2,200
 Switzerland 4,210,000   100   100
 Thailand 15,023,000 5,600 300   5,900
 United Kingdom 47,760,000 382,600 67,800   450,400
 United States 131,028,000 416,800 1,700   418,500
 Yugoslavia 15,400,000 446,000 514,000 67,000 1,027,000
Totals 1,961,913,000 25,273,700 41,735,400 5,754,400 72,763,500


CHART FROM WIKIPEDIA : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_casualties#Casualties_by_country


North Vietnam

According to the Vietnamese government, 1,100,000 North Vietnamese Army and National Front for the Liberation of Vietnam military personnel died in the conflict. (Technically, some of these dead were South Vietnamese members of the NLF, but it would be impossible to separate their constituency from the total.) Estimates of civilian deaths caused by American bombing in Operation Rolling Thunder range from 52,000 to 182,000. Complete statistics for the 1972 bombings are unavailable. Overall figures for North Vietnamese civilian dead range from 50,000 to "hundreds of thousands."

Incidents involving civilians

The Christmas bombing of Hanoi and Haiphong killed 1,300 to 1,600 civilians.

South Vietnam

The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ARVN lost approximately 184,000 servicemen during the war, with some estimates as high as a quarter of a million. Because it was the country most devastated by the war, South Vietnam suffered the bulk of the estimated 500,000 to 2,000,000 civilian deaths sustained by the entire Vietnamese population during the conflict; out of a possible median of 1,200,000 dead for the whole country,[11] considering the above figures for North Vietnamese losses, in South Vietnam itself about one million civilians likely died.

South Vietnamese military deaths
Year Regular RF/PF Para Total
1966 4,418 7,535 - 11,953
1967 6,110 6,606 - 12,716
1968 12,930 11,393 3,592 27,915
1969 8,652 10,286 2,895 21,833
1970 9,647 11,738 1,961 23,346
1971 8,864 13,118 756 22,738
1972 38,697 890 39,587

RF/PF=Regional Force/Popular Force militia, Para=paramilitary forces

Massacres, terrorism, and related incidents

347 to 504 Vietnam civilians were murdered by US soldiers on 16th March, 1968, in the My Lai area of South Vietnam.

2800 to 6000 civilians were executed by the National Liberation Front in the city of Hue during the Tet Offensive.

At least 5,000 civilians were killed by the American military in Operation Speedy Express.

155,000 civilians disappeared on the way to Tuy-Hoa while fleeing a North Vietnamese offensive in 1975.

 United States Armed Forces

Casualites as of November 7 2001:

  • 58,209 KIA and other dead[14]
  • 303,635 WIA (including 153,303 who required hospitalization and 150,332 who didn't)[15]
  • 1,948 MIA[16]
Country Branch of service Number served Killed Wounded Missing
USA[2] Army 4,368,000 38,218 96,802 617 {A}
  Marines 794,000 14,840 51,392 242{B}
  Navy 1,842,000 2,565 4,178 401{C}
  Air Force 1,740,000 2,587 1,021 649 {D}
  Coast Guard   7 59 0 {E}
  Civilians       38 {F}
  Total 8,744,000 58,217 153,452 1,947

Note: Footnote # 1 gives breakdown of Casualty by Branch of service as follows: Army-38,209; Marines-14,838; Navy-2,555; Air Force-2,584; Coast Guard-7. Total:58,193. As of 12/1998
Note: PMSA {Personnel Missing Southeast ASia} website lists 1159 at [3] broken down as:

  • A)Note: reports 441 are to be accounted for
  • B)Note: reports 185 are to be accounted for
  • C)Note: reports 313 are to be accounted for
  • D)Note: reports 185 are to be accounted for
  • E)Note: 1 MIA C.G. remains found 2002 and Identifed 2005. C.G. casualty total can be found at [4].
  • F)Note: reports 35 to be accounted for.

Note: as of July 4, 2008 the following [17] gives the following report of 2,646 missing and 889 repartriated/identifed for the Vietnam conflict:

  • Vietnam: orginal missing-1,978 of whom 630 are repartriated/identifed and 1,348 missing {Note:611 missing are reported as not recoverable}
  • Laos: orginal missing-573 of whom 227 are repartriated/identifed and 346 missing
  • Cambodia: orginal missing-85 of whom 29 are repartiated/identifed and 29 missing
  • China: orginal missing-10 of whom 3 are repartiated/idenfifed and 7 are missing
Country Year of Death Number Killed
  1956-1964 401
  1965 1,863
  1966 6,143
  1967 11,153
  1968 16,592
  1969 11,616
  1970 6,081
  1971 2,357
  1972 641
  1973 168
  1974-1998 1178

First and last US Casualties

Prisoners of War

South Korea

  • ~4,900 KIA

 North Korea

According to Chinese soldiers stationed in Vietnam manning the anti-aircraft artillery next to that of the North Korean, several dozen North Korean anti-aircraft artillery crews were killed by American bombing.


1,446 KIA

Soviet Union

16 killed or dead


  • 9 KIA


  • 351 KIA


  • 436 KIA, 64 died of other causes
  • 6 MIA (3 Accounted for and repatriated)

New Zealand

  • 73 to 164 KIA

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It is imperative to know the meaning of some of the “code words” frequently used:

Four (4) signifies the world.

Six (6) signifies imperfection.

Seven (7) is the totality of perfection or fullness and completeness.

Twelve (12) represents the twelve tribes of Israel or the 12 apostles.

One-thousand (1000) signifies immensity.

The color white symbolizes power and can also represent victory, joy and resurrection.

The color red symbolizes a bloody war.

The color black symbolizes famine.

A rider on a pale green horse is a symbol of Death itself.

“Babylon” is the satanic Roman Government, now used to describe the U.S. government.

Rev. 16: 10 And the fifth angel poured out his vial upon the seat of the beast; and his kingdom was full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues for pain, 11 And blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and repented not of their deeds. 12 And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared. 13 And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet. 14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty. 15 Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame. 16 And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon. 17 And the seventh angel poured out his vial into the air; and there came a great voice out of the temple of heaven, from the throne, saying, It is done. 18 And there were voices, and thunders, and lightnings; and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great. 19 And the great city was divided into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell: and great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath. 20 And every island fled away, and the mountains were not found. 21 And there fell upon men a great hail out of heaven, every stone about the weight of a talent: and men blasphemed God because of the plague of the hail; for the plague thereof was exceeding great.

In Revelation 19 we find:   "And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war. . . .and on his head were many crowns. . . . And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean. And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.

"And I saw the beast [from the sea], and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse, and against his army. And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone." (Rev. 19:11-16, 19, 20)

The horns turn and destroy the woman

" And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled. (Rev. 17:16, 17)

"How much she hath glorified herself . . . for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorrow. Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her." (Rev. 18:7, 8).

Isaiah 14:1 For the Lord will have mercy on Jacob, and will yet choose Israel, and set them in their own land: and the strangers shall be joined with them, and they shall cleave to the house of Jacob. 2 And the people shall take them, and bring them to their place: and the house of Israel shall possess them in the land of the Lord for servants and handmaids: and they shall take them captives, whose captives they were; and they shall rule over their oppressors. 3 And it shall come to pass in the day that the Lord shall give thee rest from thy sorrow, and from thy fear, and from the hard bondage wherein thou wast made to serve, 4 That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say, How hath the oppressor ceased! the golden city ceased! 5 The Lord hath broken the staff of the wicked, and the scepter of the rulers. 6 He who smote the people in wrath with a continual stroke, he that ruled the nations in anger, is persecuted, and none hindereth. 7 The whole Earth is at rest, and is quiet: they break forth into singing. 8 Yea, the fir trees rejoice at thee, and the cedars of Lebanon, saying, Since thou art laid down, no teller is come up against us. 9 Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming: it stirreth up the dead for thee, even all the chief ones of the Earth; it hath raised up from their thrones all the kings of the nations. 10 All they shall speak and say unto thee, Art thou also become weak as we? art thou become like unto us? 11 Thy pomp is brought down to the grave, and the noise of thy viols: the worm is spread under thee, and the worms cover thee. 12 How art thou fallen from Heaven, 0 Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! 13 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into Heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: 14 I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the Most High. 15 Yet thou shalt be brought down to Hell, to the sides of the pit.

Daniel 2: 26 The king answered and said to Daniel, whose name was Belteshazzar, Art thou able to make known unto me the dream which I have seen, and the interpretation thereof? 27 Daniel answered in the presence of the king, and said, The secret which the king hath demanded cannot the wise men. the astrologers, the magicians, the soothsayers, shew unto the king; 28 But there is a God in Heaven that revealeth secrets, and maketh known to the king Nebuchadnezzar what shall be in the latter days. Thy dream, and the visions of thy head upon thy bed, are these-, 29 As for thee, 0 king, thy thoughts came into thy mind upon thy bed, what should come to pass hereafter: and he that revealeth secrets maketh known to thee what shall come to pass. 30 But as for me, this secret is not revealed to me for any wisdom that I have more than any living, but for their sakes that shall make known the interpretation to the king, and that thou mightest know the thoughts of thy heart- 31 Thou, 0 king, sawest, and behold a great image. This great image, whose brightness was excellent, stood before thee; and the form thereof was terrible. 32 This image's head was of fine GOLD, his breast and his arms of SILVER, his belly and his thighs of BRASS, 33 His legs of IRON, his feet part of IRON and part of CLAY. 34 Thou sawest till that a stone was cut out without hands, which smote the image upon his feet that were of IRON and CLAY, and brake them to pieces. 35 Then was the IRON, the CLAY, the BRASS, the SILVER, and the GOLD, broken to pieces together, and became like the chaff of the summer threshingfloors; and the wind carried them away, that no place was found for them: and the stone that smote the image became a great mountain, and filled the whole Earth. 36 This is the dream; and we will tell the interpretation thereof before the king. 37 Thou, 0 king, art a king of kings: for the God of Heaven hath given thee a kingdom, power, and strength, and glory. 38 And wheresoever the children of men dwell, the beasts of the field and the fowls of the Heaven hath he given into thine hand, and hath made thee ruler over them all. Thou art this head of GOLD. 39 And after thee shall arise another kingdom inferior to thee, and another third kingdom of BRASS, which shall bear rule over all the Earth, 40 And the fourth kingdom shall be strong as IRON: forasmuch as IRON breaketh in pieces and subdueth all things: and as IRON that breaketh all these, shall it break in pieces and bruise. 41 And whereas thou sawest the feet and toes, part of potters' CLAY, and part of IRON, the kingdom shall be divided; but there shall be in it of the strength of the IRON, forasmuch as thou sawest the IRON mixed with miry CLAY. 42 And as the toes of the feet were part of IRON, and part of CLAY, so the kingdom shall be partly strong, and partly broken. 43 And whereas thou sawest IRON mixed with miry CLAY, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as IRON is not mixed with CLAY. 44 And in the days of these kings shall the God of Heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed: and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever. 45 Forasmuch as thou sawest that the stone was cut out of the mountain without hands, and that it brake in pieces the IRON, the BRASS, the CLAY, the SILVER, and the GOLD; the great God hath made known to the king what shall come to pass hereafter: and the dream is certain, and the interpretation thereof sure.

The kingdoms represented are


The times of the Gentiles started with Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, the head of GOLD, and will climax when the Great Rock hits the image in the feet. Speaking of the feet, Daniel 2 states in the days of THESE KINGS -- WHICH KINGS? -- THE ONES REPRESENTED BY THE TEN TOES OF THE IMAGE -- SHALL THE GOD OF HEAVEN SET UP A KINGDOM, WHICH SHALL NEVER BE DESTROYED.

Other references to the same period of time and the same 10 kings are:

Revelation 13:1 KJV And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and TEN HORNS and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. 2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.


Daniel states:

Daniel 7:7 KJV After this I saw in the night visions, and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly; and it had great iron teeth: it devoured and brake in pieces, and stamped the residue with the feet of it: and it was diverse from all the beasts that were before it; and it had TEN HORNS.

Daniel 7:19 KJV Then I would know the truth of the fourth beast, which was diverse from all the others, exceeding dreadful, whose teeth were of iron, and his nails of brass; which devoured, brake in pieces, and stamped the residue with his feet; 20 And of THE TEN HORNS that were in his head, and of the other which came up, and before whom three fell; even of that horn that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows. 21 I beheld, and the same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them; 22 Until the Ancient of Days came, and judgment was given to the saints of the Most High; and the time came that the saints possessed the kingdom. 23 Thus he said, The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon Earth, which shall be diverse from all kingdoms, and shall devour the whole Earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces. 24 And the TEN HORNS OUT OF THIS KINGDOM ARE TEN KINGS WHICH SHALL ARISE: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.

THE ROCK hitting the image in the feet is the Battle of Armageddon in Revelation 19 where Jesus returns and defeats the 10 kingdom, NEW WORLD ORDER, CALLED BABYLON IN REVELATION--MAN'S FINAL ORGANIZED REBELLION UNDER SATAN AGAINST GOD.

Revelation 13 and 17 tell about a beast having seven heads and ten horns. If you read Daniel 7, where the same beast is pictured, we are told that the ten horns represent ten kingdoms.

The Books of Revelation and Daniel picture this final effort, and Revelation describes Babylon as having three parts:




After the announcement, "BABYLON IS FALLEN!" in Revelation 14:8:

RELIGIOUS BABYLON is destroyed in Chapter 17

COMMERCIAL BABYLON is destroyed in Chapter 18

POLITICAL BABYLON is destroyed in Chapter 19 at Armageddon







 Ten deadliest natural disasters

Rank  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓ Death Toll (Estimate)  ↓
1. 1931 China floods China 01931-01-01July, November, 1931 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","1,000,000–4,000,000*[1]
2. 1887 Yellow River flood China 01887-01-01September, October, 1887 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","900,000–2,000,000[2]
3. 1556 Shaanxi earthquake Shaanxi Province, China 01556-01-01January 23, 1556 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","830,000[3]
4. 1970 Bhola cyclone East Pakistan, Pakistan 01970-01-01November 13, 1970 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","500,000[4]
5. 1839 India Cyclone India 01839-01-01November 25, 1839 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","300,000[citation needed]
6. 526 Antioch earthquake Antioch, Byzantine Empire (now Turkey) 00526-05 May 526 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","250,000
7. 1976 Tangshan earthquake Tangshan, Hebei, China 01976-07-28July 28, 1976 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","242,419[5]
8. 1920 Haiyuan earthquake Haiyuan, Ningxia-Gansu, China 01920-12-16December 16, 1920 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","234,117[6]
9. 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Maldives, among other nations 02004-12-26December 26, 2004 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","230,210
10. 2010 Haiti earthquake Port-au-Prince, Haiti 01976-07-28January 12, 2010 &Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ",".Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","230,000+[7]

* Estimate by Nova's sources are close to 4 million and yet Encarta's sources report as few as 1 million. Expert estimates report wide variance.

An alternative listing is given by Hough in his 2008 book Global Security.[8]


Rank  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓ Death Toll (Estimate)  ↓
1. Iran Blizzard Iran 01972 1972 &0000000000004000.0000004,000
2. 2008 Afghanistan blizzard Afghanistan 02008 2008 &0000000000000926.000000926
3. Great Blizzard of 1888 United States 01888 1888 &0000000000000400.000000400
4. 1993 North American Storm Complex United States 01993 1993 &0000000000000318.000000318
5. Schoolhouse Blizzard United States 01888 1888 &0000000000000235.000000235
6. Hakko-da Mountains incident Japan 01902 1902 &0000000000000199.000000199
7. Armistice Day Blizzard United States 01940 1940 &0000000000000144.000000144
8. 2008 Chinese winter storms China 02008 2008 &0000000000000133.000000133
9. 1995 Kazakh Blizzard Kazakhstan 01995 1995 &0000000000000112.000000112
10. Blizzard of 1978 United States 01978 1978 &0000000000000054.00000054

[edit] Contractable diseases


Pandemics killing at least &0000000001000000.0000001,000,000 people:

Rank  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Death Toll (Estimate)  ↓ Date  ↓
1. Bubonic Plague: Black Death Asia, Europe, Africa &0000000100000000.000000100,000,000 approx. 01300-01-011300s–1720s
2. Spanish Flu Worldwide &0000000050000000.00000050,000,000–100,000,000 01918-01-011918–1919[9]
3. Bubonic Plague: Plague of Justinian Asia, Europe, Africa &0000000040000000.00000040,000,000-100,000,000 00540-01-01540–590
4. Bubonic Plague: Third Pandemic Worldwide &0000000012000000.00000012,000,000 ? 01850-01-011850s–1950s
5. Antonine Plague Roman Empire &0000000005000000.0000005,000,000 00165-01-01165–180
6. Asian Flu pandemic Worldwide &0000000004000000.0000004,000,000 01957-01-011956-1958

Other deadly communicable diseases. Death counts are historical totals unless indicated otherwise.

Rank  ↓ Disease  ↓ Death Toll (Estimate)  ↓ Notes  ↓
1. Smallpox &0000000300000000.000000300,000,000 approx. 01901-01-011900 to eradication[10]. Declared eradicated May 8, 1980.[11]
2. Measles &0000000200000000.000000200,000,000 ? 01851-01-01last 150 years[12]
3. Malaria &0000000080000000.00000080,000,000-&0000000250000000.000000250,000,000 01900-01-0120th century – present[update]
4. Tuberculosis &0000000040000000.00000040,000,000–&0000000100000000.000000100,000,000 01900-01-0120th century – present[update][12]
5. AIDS pandemic &0000000025250000.00000025,250,000 01981-01-011981–present (As of 2010[update]).
6. Seasonal influenza at least &0000000000250000.000000250,000 annually 01981-01-01As of April 2009[update][13]




Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. 500,000 1970 Bhola cyclone Bangladesh (East Pakistan) 1970
2. 300,000 1839 Indian cyclone India 1839
3. 300,000[14] 1737 Calcutta cyclone India 1737
5. 210,000 Super Typhoon Nina—contributed to Banqiao Dam failure China 1975
6. 200,000[15] Great Backerganj Cyclone of 1876 present day Bangladesh 1876
7. ~146,000 Cyclone Nargis Myanmar 2008
8. 138,866 1991 Bangladesh cyclone Bangladesh 1991
9. 100,000 1882 Bombay cyclone Bombay, India 1882
10. 60,000 1922 Swatow Typhoon China 1922
10. 60,000 1864 Calcutta Cyclone India 1864

[edit] Earthquakes


Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. &0000000000830000.000000830,000 1556 Shaanxi earthquake China 01556-01-23 January 23, 1556
2. &0000000000250000.000000250,000 526 Antioch earthquake Antioch, Byzantine Empire (now Turkey) 00526-05 May 526
3. &0000000000242419.000000242,419 1976 Tangshan earthquake China 01976-07-28 July 28, 1976
4. &0000000000234117.000000234,117 1920 Haiyuan earthquake China 01920-12-16 December 16, 1920
5. &0000000000230210.000000230,210 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake Indonesia 02004-12-26 December 26, 2004
6. &0000000000230000.000000230,000 2010 Haiti earthquake Haiti 02010-01-12 January 12, 2010
7. Total unknown; disputed historical estimates once claimed up to &0000000000230000.000000230,000 1138 Aleppo earthquake Syria 01138-10-11 October 11, 1138
8. &0000000000200000.000000200,000 856 Damghan earthquake Iran 00856-12-22 December 22, 856
9. &0000000000150000.000000150,000 893 Ardabil earthquake Iran 00893-03-23 March 23, 893
10. &0000000000142000.000000142,000 1923 Great Kanto earthquake Japan 01923-09-01 September 1, 1923
11. &0000000000137000.000000137,000 1730 Hokkaido earthquake Japan 01730 1730
12. &0000000000110000.000000110,000 1948 Ashgabat earthquake Turkmen SSR, Soviet Union (now Turkmenistan) 01948-10-05 October 5, 1948
13. &0000000000100000.000000100,000 1290 Chihli earthquake China 01290 1290
13. &0000000000100000.000000100,000 1755 Lisbon earthquake Portugal 01755-11-01 November 1, 1755
13. &0000000000100000.000000100,000 1908 Messina earthquake Italy 01908-12-28 December 28, 1908
13. &0000000000100000.000000100,000 1970 Ancash earthquake Peru 01970-05-31 May 31, 1970
17. &0000000000080000.00000080,000 1667 Shamakhi earthquake Azerbaijan 01667 1667
18. &0000000000079000.00000079,000 2005 Kashmir earthquake Pakistan 02005-10-08 October 8, 2005
19. &0000000000077000.00000077,000 1727 Tabriz earthquake Iran 01727 1727
20. &0000000000070000.00000070,000 1932 Changma earthquake Gansu, China 01932 1932
21. &0000000000068712.00000068,712 2008 Sichuan earthquake China 02008-05-12 May 12, 2008
22. &0000000000060000.00000060,000 1268 Cilicia earthquake Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia (now Turkey) 01268 1268
22. &0000000000060000.00000060,000[1] 1693 Sicily earthquake Italy 01693-01-11 January 11, 1693
22. &0000000000060000.00000060,000 1935 Balochistan earthquake British India 01935-05-31 May 31, 1935
25. &0000000000050000.00000050,000 1783 Calabrian earthquakes Italy 01783 1783
25. &0000000000050000.00000050,000 1990 Manjil-Rudbar earthquake Iran 01990-06-21 June 21, 1990
27. &0000000000040000.00000040,000 1498 Nankaido earthquake Japan 01498-09-20 September 20, 1498
27. &0000000000040000.00000040,000 1797 Quito earthquake Ecuador 01797 1797
27. &0000000000040000.00000040,000 1927 Gulang earthquake Gansu, China 01927 1927
30. &0000000000032962.00000032,962 1939 Erzincan earthquake Turkey 01939-12-26 December 26, 1939
31. &0000000000030000.00000030,000 1939 Chillán earthquake Chile 01939-01-24 January 24, 1939
32. &0000000000028000.00000028,000 1949 Khait earthquake Tajikistan 01949-07-10 July 10, 1949
33. &0000000000026271.00000026,271 2003 Bam earthquake Iran 02003-12-26 December 26, 2003
34. &0000000000025000.00000025,000 1988 Spitak earthquake Armenia 01988-12-07 December 7, 1988
35. &0000000000023700.00000023,700 1293 Kamakura earthquake Japan 01293 1293
36. &0000000000023000.00000023,000 1976 Guatemala earthquake Guatemala 01976-02-04 February 4, 1976
37. &0000000000022066.00000022,066 1896 Meiji-Sanriku earthquake Japan 01896-06-15 June 15, 1896
38. &0000000000020000.00000020,000 1812 Caracas earthquake Venezuela 01812-03-26 March 26, 1812
38. &0000000000020000.00000020,000 1905 Kangra earthquake British India 01905-04-04 April 4, 1905
40. &0000000000019727.00000019,727 2001 Gujarat earthquake India 02001-01-26 January 26, 2001
41. &0000000000017217.00000017,217 1999 İzmit earthquake Turkey 01999-08-17 August 17, 1999
42. &0000000000015621.00000015,621 1970 Tonghai earthquake China 01970-01-04 January 4, 1970
43. &0000000000015000.00000015,000 1960 Agadir earthquake Morocco 01960-02-26 February 26, 1960
43. &0000000000015000.00000015,000 1978 Tabas earthquake Iran 01978-09-16 September 16, 1978
45. &0000000000012225.00000012,225 1962 Bou'in-Zahra earthquake Iran 01962-09-01 September 1, 1962
46. &0000000000012000.00000012,000 1968 Dasht-e Bayaz and Ferdows earthquake Iran 01968 1968
47. &0000000000010500.00000010,500 1934 Bihar earthquake British India 01934-01-15 January 15, 1934
48. &0000000000010153.00000010,153 1985 Mexico City earthquake Mexico 01985-09-19 September 19, 1985
49. &0000000000010000.00000010,000 1509 Istanbul earthquake Istanbul, Ottoman Empire (now Turkey) 01509-09-10 September 10, 1509
49. &0000000000010000.00000010,000 1703 Apennine earthquakes Italy 01703 1703
49. &0000000000010000.00000010,000 1703 Genroku earthquake Japan 01703-12-31 December 31, 1703
49. &0000000000010000.00000010,000 1854 Ansei-Nankai earthquake Japan 01854-12-24 December 24, 1854
49. &0000000000010000.00000010,000[2] 1944 San Juan earthquake Argentina 01944-01-15 January 15, 1944
54. &0000000000009000.0000009,000 1933 Diexi earthquake China 01933-08-25 August 25, 1933
55. &0000000000008064.0000008,064 1966 Xingtai earthquake China 01966-03-08 March 8, 1966
56. &0000000000007928.0000007,928 1993 Latur earthquake India 01993-09-30 September 30, 1993
57. &0000000000007273.0000007,273 1891 Mino-Owari earthquake Japan 01891-10-28 October 28, 1891
58. &0000000000006433.0000006,433 1995 Great Hanshin earthquake Japan 01995-01-17 January 17, 1995
59. &0000000000006000.0000006,000[3] 1861 Mendoza earthquake Argentina 01861-03-20 March 20, 1861
59. &0000000000006000.0000006,000 1960 Valdivia earthquake Chile 01960-05-22 May 22, 1960
61. &0000000000005300.0000005,300 1974 Hunza earthquake Pakistan 01974-12-28 December 28, 1974
62. &0000000000005000.0000005,000 1707 Hōei earthquake Japan 01707-10-28 October 28, 1707
62. &0000000000005000.0000005,000 1972 Managua earthquake Nicaragua 01972-12-23 December 23, 1972
64. &0000000000004000.0000004,000 1945 Balochistan earthquake British India 01945-11-28 November 28, 1945
65. &0000000000003800.0000003,800 1929 Koppeh Dagh earthquake Iran 01929-01-05 January 5, 1929
66. &0000000000003769.0000003,769 1948 Fukui earthquake Japan 01948-06-28 June 28, 1948
67. &0000000000003000.0000003,000 1906 San Francisco earthquake United States 01906-04-18 April 18, 1906
67. &0000000000003000.0000003,000 1933 Sanriku earthquake Japan 01933-03-02March 2, 1933


Please Note: Some of these famines may be partially or completely caused by humans.
Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. 15,000,000–43,000,000 Great Chinese Famine China 1958–1961
Chinese Famine of 1907 China 1907
2. 19,000,000 Indian Famine Pakistan 1896–1902
3. 15,000,000 Bengal famine of 1770, incl. Bihar & Orissa India 1769–1771
4. 13,000,000 Northern Chinese Famine China 1876–1879
5. 10,000,000 Southern and Central Indian Famine India 1876–1879
6. 7,500,000 Great European Famine Europe (all) 1315–1317
7. 5,000,000 Chinese Famine of 1936 China 1936
7. 5,000,000 Soviet famine of 1932–1933 (Holodomor) Soviet Union 1932–1934
7. 5,000,000 Russian famine of 1921 Russia, Ukraine 1921–1922
10. 3,000,000 Chinese Drought 1941 China 1941
10. 3,000,000 Chinese Famine of 1928–1930 China 1928–1930
12. 2,000,000 Russian famine of 1601–1603 Russia (Muscovy) 1601–1603
12. 2,000,000 Vietnamese War Famine Vietnam 1943–1945
14. 1,500,000–4,000,000 Bengal Famine of 1943 India 1943
15. 1,000,000-1,500,000 Great Irish Famine Ireland 1846–1849
16. 1,200,000 North Korean famine North Korea 1996–1998
17. 1,000,000 1984–1985 famine in Ethiopia Ethiopia 1984
17. 1,000,000 Horn of Africa famine Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia 1888
18. 26,000-1,000,000 Bangladesh famine of 1974—Official records claim 26,000. However, various sources claim about 1,000,000. Bangladesh 1974
19. 150,000 Finnish famine of 1866–1868 Finland 1866–1868
20. 18,000 Dutch famine of 1944 The Netherlands 1944

[edit] Floods and landslides

Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. 2,500,000–3,700,000[16] 1931 China floods China 1931
2. 900,000–2,000,000 1887 Yellow River (Huang He) flood China 1887
3. 500,000–700,000 1938 Yellow River (Huang He) flood China 1938
4. 231,000 Banqiao Dam failure, result of Typhoon Nina. Approximately 86,000 people died from flooding and another 145,000 died during subsequent disease. China 1975
5. 145,000 1935 Yangtze river flood China 1935
6. more than 100,000 St. Felix's Flood, storm surge Netherlands 1530
7. 100,000 Hanoi and Red River Delta flood North Vietnam 1971
7. 100,000 1911 Yangtze river flood China 1911
9. 50,000–80,000 St. Lucia's flood, storm surge Netherlands 1287
10. 60,000 North Sea flood, storm surge Netherlands 1212


Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. 295,600 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami Indian Ocean 2004
2. 100,000 1755 Lisbon earthquake/tsunami/fire Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Ireland, and the United Kingdom (Cornwall) 1755
3. 100,000 1908 Messina earthquake/tsunami Messina, Italy 1908
4. 36,000 Caused by 1883 eruption of Krakatoa Indonesia 1883
5. 30,000 Tōkaidō/Nankaido, Japan 1707
6. 27,000 Japan 1826
7. 25,674 1868 Arica earthquake/tsunami Arica, Chile 1868
8. 22,070 1896 Meiji-Sanriku earthquake Sanriku, Japan 1896
9. 15,030 1792 Mount Unzen eruption in southwest Kyūshū Kyūshū, Japan 1792

 Volcanic eruptions

Rank  ↓ Death Toll  ↓ Event  ↓ Location  ↓ Date  ↓
1. 92,000 Mount Tambora (see also Year Without a Summer) Indonesia 01815-01-011815
2. 36,000 Krakatoa Indonesia 01883-08-26August 26–27, 1883
3. 29,000 Mount Pelée Martinique 01902-05-07May 7 or May 8, 1902
4. 25,000 Mount Vesuvius Pompeii and Herculaneum, Italy 01631-01-01August 24, 79 AD
5. 23,000 Nevado del Ruiz Colombia 01985-11-13November 13, 1985
6. 15,000 Mount Unzen Japan 01792-01-011792
7. 10,000 Mount Kelut Indonesia 01586-01-011586
8. 9,350 Laki. Killed about 25% of the population (33% were killed about 70 years before by smallpox) Iceland 01783-06-08 June 8, 1783
9. 6,000 Santa Maria Guatemala 01902-01-011902
10. 5,115 Mount Kelut Indonesia 01919-05-19 May 19, 1919

A supervolcanic eruption at Lake Toba around 74,000 years ago could have wiped out as much as 99% of the global human population, reducing the population from a possible 60 million to less than 10 thousand; see Toba catastrophe theory. However, this theory is not widely accepted because the evidence is disputed, and there have been, for instance, no remains found. The eruption is not listed here as it was pre-historic and outside the scope of this article. Also, the Thera eruption in the Aegean Sea between 1550 and 1650 BC may have caused a large number of deaths throughout the region, from Crete to Egypt. See also La Garita Caldera, Yellowstone Caldera, and Supervolcanoes.

 Wildfires and bushfires

Rank   Death Toll   Event   Location   Date  
1. 1,200–2,500 Peshtigo Fire, Wisconsin United States 1871
2. 1,200 Kursha-2, Ryazan Oblast, RSFSR Soviet Union 1936
3. 453 Cloquet Fire, Minnesota United States 1918
4. 418 Great Hinckley Fire, Minnesota United States 1894
5. 282 Thumb Fire, Michigan United States 1881
6. 240 Sumatra, Kalimantan Indonesia 1997
7. 273 Matheson Fire, Ontario Canada 1916
8. 230 Landes region France 1949
9. 213 Greater Hinggan, Heilongjiang China 1987
10. 173 Black Saturday bushfires Australia 2009
11. 160 Miramichi Fire, New Brunswick Canada 1825