The Allied casualties in the Italian campaign was 312,000 after 6088 days of fighting. Of those casualties, 23,501 were killed.
German loses were put at 526,000 but officially they count on 435,000, of which 48,000 were killed and 214,000 missing. Fifth Army captured 212,000.
There was an increase in teenage German and Italian losses until the end of the Summer of 1944, where one in ten Axis soldiers in Italy that were killed were over 35.
By the end of this campaign there were 8 million Americans under arms and 1,200 generals and 120,000 lieutenants.