Glutton for punishment, huh?
In the Russo-Turkish War of 1853, commonly known as the Crimean War: there were 300,000-375,000 Allied dead and the Russian Empire suffered 220,000 dead (source at Wikipedia--one can quibble about Wikipedia, but one can go elsewhere and find very similar figures). Allied dead are estimates because there are not reliable figures for the Turks.
In 1859, NaPoleon III invaded Italy, fighting two major battles, facing the Austrian Emperor in the final battle at Solferino. This is Wikipedia's opening comment on that battle:
The Battle of Solferino (referred to in Italy as the Battle of Solferino and San Martino) on 24 June 1859 resulted in the victory of the allied French Army under Napoleon III and Sardinian Army under Victor Emmanuel II (together known as the Franco-Sardinian Alliance) against the Austrian Army under Emperor Franz Joseph I. It was the last major battle in world history where all the armies were under the personal command of their monarchs. Perhaps 300,000 soldiers fought in this important battle, the largest since the Battle of Leipzig in 1813. There were about 130,000 Austrian troops and a combined total of 140,000 French and allied Piedmontese troops. After this battle, the Austrian Emperor refrained from further direct command of the army.
At not time during the Thiry Years War did a battle take place in which both sides combined equal either of these armies at Solferino. Wikipedia lists 22,310 casualties on the Austrian side and 17,191 casualties on the Franco-Sarinian side.
In the seven year perior from 1864 to 1871, Prussia invaded Denmark (about 1700 Prussian casualties, more than 5800 Danish casualties), fought the Austrian Empire in 1866 (about 37,000 Prussian and Italian casualties, more than 71,000 Austian casualties), and finally invaded France (138,871 dead on the French side, along with 143,000 wounded; on the Prussian side 28,208 dead, 88,488 wounded).
In the entire period of 1815-1914, there was a sixty year civil war in Spain, the Greek war of independence, the 1830-31 uprisings in Poland (brually crushed by Prussia, Austria and Russia), in Holland (resulting in the creation of Belgium) and in France, which ended the Bourbon monarchy. In 1848 there were socialist uprisings all over central Europe, brutally crushed by the Austrians and Prussians, after open warfare across Germany. I've mentioned the Russo-Turkish War of 1853 (Crimean War), the 1859 invasion of Italy by France, and the three wars Prussia fought from 1864 to 1871. Additionally, there were two Balkan wars before the outbreak of war in 1914.
You don't know ****-all about history, Gunga Dim. You only specified "major wars" after you got slammed for saying there had been no wars. You have no case, and that's because youré peddling right-wing, lunatic fringe, christian polemic with no relationship to reality.