Militærbegravelse. Forsvarsministeriet: Årlig redegørelse 1996.

død

Ikke levende, livløs, uden liv.
Dogmatisk og religionshistorisk er døden et mysterium.
Dødsbrandsstatistikken viser dødsbrande og omkomne ved brand.
Dødsfald klassificeres efter the International List of Causes of Death og de registreres i Danmark bl.a. i Dødsårsagsregistret og i Sundhedsstyrelsens Cancerregister og i Sundhedsstyrelsen: Dødsattester, København 1840-1980 , nu efter Bekendtgørelse om dødsattester, 2006 i kirke­bøger og i nekrologer. Aktuelt registreres dødsattester af Sundhedsdatastyrelsen.
Ældre protokoller over borgerlige og kirkelige begravelser eller bisættelser afleveres til Landsarkiverne, nu Statens arkiver.
Se også: Aktiv dødshjælp ; bedemand ; begravelsesindustrien ; begravelseshjælp ; begravelsesmyndighed ; børnedødelighed ; cryonic suspension ; danse macabre / dødedans ; danefæ ; death care industry ; dead end ; deadline ; demografi ; demografisk relaksation ; dobbelteffekten ; dødsboauktioner ; Død i psykiatrien ; dødedans ; dødbider ; dødekult ; dødfødsel ; dødfødt ; dødmandsknap ; dødens købmænd ; dødsangst ; dødsanmeldelse ; dødsbo ; dødsboskifte ; dødsfornægtelse ; dødsejler ; dødsforagt ; dødsformodningsdom ; dødsfred ; dødsdividende ; dødsindustri ; dødsklage ; ; dødskriterium ; dødsleje ; dødslejre ; dødsliste ; dødsmaske ; dødsmærket ; dødsnat ; dødspatrulje ; dødsrate ; dødsrige ; dødssang ; dødssynd ; dødssår ; dødstegn ; dødsstraf ; dødsvarsler ; dødsvold ; dødsårsag ; dødvande ; eftermæle ; espiranto ; eutanasi ; forældredyrkelse ; genbegravelse ; grav ; gravbrev ; hara kiri ; hjernedød ; hjertedød ; hospices ; kannibalisme ; kavader ; klagesang ; kondolere ; kondolence ; kremere ; krematorium ; krigsofre ; Landsforeningen Liv og Død, tidligere Dansk Ligbrændingsforening ; Raphael Lemkin ; lig ; massedød (Perm–Trias udslettelsen) ; massegrav ; militærbegravelse ; mortalitetsstatistik ; moselig ; nekrofili ; nekromanti ; nekrolog ; obituarium ; opduktion ; overdødelighed ; rekviem ; den sorte død ; smorzando ; strukturel vold ; suicidalfare ; terminal patient ; testamente ; vuggedød ; våbendød.

Litteratur

American Military Deaths in Afghanistan, and the Communities from Which These Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines Came. / Michael Zweig, Michael Porter, and Yuxiang Huang. Center for Study of Working Class Life, 2011. - 46 s.
American War and Military Operations Casualties : Lists and Statistics. / Hannah Fischer ; Kim Klarman ; Mari-Jana “M-J” Oboroceanu. - Washington : CRS, 2007. - 28 s.
Annual Report on Civilian Casualties in Connection With United States Military Operations : Submitted pursuant to Section 1057 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018.
Breve elogio y ceñida relación de la vida, enfermedad y muerte del serenissimo señor Francisco Farnesio, primero de este nombre y septimo duque de Parma, Placencia y Castro, &c., padre de la reyna na. sa. (que dios guarde) : y de las esequias, que de orden de su magestaed el Rey nuestro señor (dios le guarde) se celebraron en el Real Convento de la Encarnacion de esta Corte. - En Madrid : En la Imprenta de Musica, por Miguèl de Rèzola, 1728. - 264 s.
- http://archive.org/details/breveelogioyceni00valg
'Omfatter ligtale af Antonio Maria Piscatori i latin og spansk i oversættelse af Geronimo Val (hver med separat titelblad), og flere sonetter i slutningen.'
The US Cemetery's Gravesite Accountability Task Force: Report to Congress on Implementation of Army Directive on Army National Cemeteries Program, 2011. - 45 s. - http://usarmy.vo.llnwd.net/e2/c/downloads/220510.pdf
Chesser, Susan G.: Afghanistan Casualties: Military Forces and Civilians. Congressional Research Service, July 12, 2010.
CRS: Recent Trends in Active-Duty Military Deaths, 2019.
Summary of Deaths
Since 2006—five years after the start of major combat operations in Afghanistan and three years after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq—a total of 16,652 active-duty personnel and mobilized reservists have died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. Seventy-three percent of these casualties occurred under circumstances unrelated to war, a category classified in this report as Non-Overseas Contingency Operations, or Non- OCO. Twenty-seven percent have died while serving in OCO operations—primarily within the territory of Iraq and Afghanistan—during periods of active combat operations. OCO operations related to Afghanistan primarily include Enduring Freedom and Freedom’s Sentinel. For Iraq, OCO operations include Iraqi Freedom, New Dawn, and Inherent Resolve. Figure 1 summarizes all service deaths since 2006.
Due to quality issues with pre-2006 data, earlier years have been excluded from this analysis.
CRS: Recent Trends in Active-Duty Military Deaths, 2018.
Since 2006—five years after the start of major combat operations in Afghanistan and three years after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq—a total of 15,851 active-duty personnel and mobilized reservists have died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. Seventy-two percent of these casualties occurred under circumstances unrelated to war, a category classified in this report as Non-Overseas Contingency Operations, or Non- OCO. Twenty-eight percent have died while serving in OCO operations—primarily within the territory of Iraq and Afghanistan—during periods of active combat operations. OCO operations related to Afghanistan primarily include Enduring Freedom and Freedom’s Sentinel. For Iraq, OCO operations include Iraqi Freedom, New Dawn, and Inherent Resolve.
Damkjær, Ole: Tabstallene i Irak er eskaleret voldsomt. I: Berlingske Tidende, 10/07/2006.
Darkening Horizons : Global Violent Deaths Scenarios, 2018–30. / : Gergely Hideg and Anna Alvazzi del Frate. The Small Arms Survey, 2019.
New Small Arms Survey data: significant rise in global violent deaths in 2017
GENEVA—The year 2017 saw the second highest annual rate of global violent deaths in the period 2004– 17, according to new data from the Small Arms Survey.
In 2017, 589,000 people—including 96,000 women and girls—lost their lives due to lethal violence. This corresponds to a rate of 7.80 violent deaths per 100,000 population, the second highest since 2004. The same figure for 2016 was 560,000 people, or 7.56 deaths per 100,000 population. The data for 2017 compared to 2016 was also the third-largest annual change during the period 2004–17. Overall, the proportion of female victims of lethal violence remained stable at 16%.
This increase in the number of global violent deaths is primarily due to a rise in homicides, ie: non-conflict deaths.
‘In 2017, some 403,000 people were victims of intentional homicides, compared to 106,000 who were killed as a result of war or other conflicts,’ noted Gergely Hideg, co-author of the Small Arms Survey Briefing Paper Darkening Horizons: Global Violent Deaths Scenarios, 2018–30 that summarizes the new data.
Feuerback, Ludwig: Gedanken über Tod und Unsterblichkeit / Tanker over døden og udødeligheden. 1836.
Holbein, Hans; Hans Lützelburger: The Dance of Death.
- London ; New York : G. Bell & Sons, 1892. - 144 s.
http://www.archive.org/details/danceofdeath00holb
Leitenberg, Milton: Deaths in Wars and Conflicts in the 20th Century.
Research : Fifty years of violent war deaths from Vietnam to Bosnia : analysis of data from the world health survey programme / Ziad Obermeyer, research scientist, Christopher J L Murray, institute director, Emmanuela Gakidou, associate professor.
BMJ 2008;336:1482-1486 (28 June), doi:10.1136/bmj.a137 (published 19 June 2008)
http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.a137
Vangkilde, Jesper: Tapre Emily kom hjem i en ligpose.
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