Special Report

Deadliest Battles in US History

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18. The Battle of Saint-Mihiel
> Est. U.S. deaths: 4,500
> War: World War I
> Location: France
> When: September, 1918

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17. The Chinese Offensive in Korea
> Est. U.S. deaths: 4,500+
> War: Korean War
> Location: Korea
> When: November – December, 1950

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16. The Pusan Perimeter
> Est. U.S. deaths: 5,000
> War: Korean War
> Location: Korea
> When: August – September, 1950

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15. The Battle of Anzio
> Est. U.S. deaths: 5,538
> War: World War II
> Location: Italy
> When: January – June, 1944

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14. The Lorraine Campaign
> Est. U.S. deaths: 6,657
> War: World War II
> Location: France
> When: September – December 1944

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