Economic Costs of the Great War

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Partially/completely destroyed towns and settlements.
1,710
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Partially/completely destroyed villages/hamlets.
70,000
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Destroyed buildings.
6 million
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Left people homeless.
25 million
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Destroyed industrial enterprises.
31,580
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Destroyed steel.
60%
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Destroyed mines.
60% of coal
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Destroyed railway lines.
65,000 km
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Destroyed stations.
4,100
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Destroyed post and telegraph installations, telephone exchanges and communication enterprises.
36,000
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Destroyed and looted state and collective farms.
Tens of thousands.
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Slaughtered, seized or drove back to Germany horses.
7 million
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Slaughtered, seized or drove back to Germany cattle and oxen.
17 million
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Slaughtered, seized or drove back to Germany pigs.
20 million
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Slaughtered, seized or drove back to Germany sheep and goats.
27 million
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Destroyed and looted hospitals and medical establishments.
40,000
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Destroyed and looted schools, colleges, universities and research institutes.
84,000
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Destroyed and looted public libraries.
43,000
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Partially/completely destroyed villages/hamlets.

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70,000

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Destroyed buildings.

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Left people homeless.

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Destroyed industrial enterprises.

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