Canuck - It's hard to tell. There is no information available of German losses. The Calgaries were confronted by a three company infantry battalion, which I guess amounted to a rifle strength of approximately 350 men (company's average strength being 100 men and also counting for extra personnel such as staff, communications, support etc.). Assuming that the Calgaries cut-off the bulk of the defenders in Wyler, this must have been about the total number of men lost by the Germans. Of these 287 (plus another twelve next day) were taken POW, which most likely also included the wounded, because these could not be evacuated to the rear. So fatal casualties on the German side would amount to about 50 men. But this is only a rough estimate. South of Wyler, at the Den Heuvel strong point, where Le Regiment de Maisonneuve overran two enemy companies (about 200 enemy rifles), a body count was made of the fallen enemy soldiers near the farm of Den Heuvel. According to the Ops Log of 5 Cdn Inf Brigade, the Maisonneuves had counted 60 enemy dead visible on the battlefield by 17:30 hrs.