Wehrmachtbericht
(Armed Forces Report)
Eastern Front Casulties
German and Russian Irrevocable Military Personnel Losses in the Second World War: (000's)
Quarter German Losses   Soviet Losses   Loss Ratio
           
III/41 185   2130   12:1
IV/41 117   1008   9:1
I/42 136   675   5:1
II/42 90   843   9:1
III/42 145   1224   8:1
IV/42 135   516   4:1
I/43 295   727   2.46:1
II/43 48   192   4:1
III/43 188   804   4:1
IV/43 170   590   3:1
I/44 228   571   3:1
II/44 264   344   1.30:1
III/44 518   511   .99:1
IV/44 223   338   1.52:1
I-II/45 861   801   .93:1
           
Total 3603   11274   3:1
           
The loss figures in this chart does include POW's. 
Russian sick and wounded for the entire war was another 22,326,905 (Krivosheev)
Of the total wounded; 1,191,298 were wounded more than once. (Krivosheev)     
Data derived from Thunder in the East by Evan Mawdley, pg. 404
Percy Ernst Schramm contends that the total German dead on the Eastern from was 1,105,987 and another 1,018,365 missing/POW for a grand total of 2,124,352.  He also puts the total sick and wounded at 3,498,059.

Overmann's figure of German dead through 12-31-1944 is 2,742,909, and another 1,230,045 for 1945.  This includes the Western Front.  If we estimate that 60% of these dead were on the eastern front, then the total dead on the Eastern front for 1945 would be  738,027, bringing the grand total on the eastern front to 3,480,936 (reasonably close to the data that I derived from Thunder in the East).
    


Total German and Russian Military Personnel Losses in the Second World War (Includes Wounded): (000's)
Quarter German Losses   Soviet Losses   Loss Ratio
           
III/41     2817    
IV/41     1657    
I/42     1855    
II/42     1550    
III/42     2508    
IV/42     1457    
I/43     2152    
II/43     683    
III/43     2865    
IV/43     2158    
I/44     2144    
II/44     1309    
III/44     2056    
IV/44     1369    
I-II/45     3014    
           
Total     29593    
           
The loss figures in this chart does include POW's. 
 
    
Russian data derived from Soviet Casualties and Combat Losses in the Twentieth Century (Page 94).