Military Casualties of World War One
figures reproduced below cannot be regarded as definitive but are a fair reflection of the scale of losses
Country Dead Wounded Total
Caribbean 1,000 3,000 - 4,000
British Caribbean. Immediately after World War One, waves of working class unrest were felt throughout the British West Indies, but these subsided in the 1920s, as did the re-emergence of organised labour. In the 1930s upheavals affected almost the entire English-speaking Caribbean area (notably in Trinidad, St Kitts, Jamaica, British Guinea, St Vincent, and Barbados).
What is the source of your information, Laruen?
i got it from a YA
google - Aftermath of World War I
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