|Rank||War||Years||Deaths||Deaths per Day||Deaths per Population|
|1||American Civil War||1861–1865||625000||599||1.988% (1860)|
|2||World War II||1941–1945||405399||416||0.307% (1940)|
|3||World War I||1917–1918||116516||279||0.110% (1920)|
|5||Korean War||1950–1953||36516||45||0.02% (1950)|
|6||American Revolutionary War||1775–1783||25000||11||0.899% (1780)|
|7||War of 1812||1812–1815||20000||31||0.345% (1810)|
|8||Mexican–American War||1846–1848||13283||29||0.057% (1850)|
|9||War on terror||2001–2010||5491||2||0.002% (2010)|
|10||Philippine–American War||1899–1913||4196||1||0.006% (1900)|
Already winning acceptance from scholars, David Hacker, a demographic historian from Binghamton University in New York, has recalculated the death toll of the American Civil War and increased it by more than 20 percent — to 750,000.
Remember THE only reason these heroes gave their lives representing THIS country.