The Infantry Division did not exist in 1812. Instead there was a45th regiment, mainly from Massachusetts and what would becomeMaine.
Yes Edit: Morning reports and rosters for infantry companies are in the National Archives. You can contact them (nara.gov) and ask very nicely, and if you are extremely lucky and your request is assigned to a knowledgeable person who feels like exerting the effort, you might get them...
Mouschi was Peter Van Daans cat. Mouschi was a stray cat that Peter found and adopted. Mouschi ran away during the night.
Not just A dock. ALL of Pearl Harbor was bombed or otherwise attacked. However, thankfully, not all of the American Fleet was present at the time of the attack, otherwise we may never have recovered at all.
The people who were mainly kept at the concentration camps were jews.
No not all of them are violent, it's just a little bit harder for them to process things.
He was a fanatic, and the only good thing was show how we, as the United States, should not stand idly by while millions of innocent people in foreign countries are murdered. He massacred so many innocent lives and shocked the world with his crimes. Unfortunately, he was never able to pay...
the axis power in WW2 were - Germany, Italy, and Japan
Romania, Finland, Italy, Albania, Solvakia, Bulgaria, Vichy France, Spain, Yugoslavia, Japan, and other nations fought under Germany and the Axis powers. There are several nations not listed here.
There were many bases where the WWII US Army trained. With the beginning of the draft in 1940 the Army cranked up its division creating process. Initially the army reckoned it would take 200 divisions to fight the war, but in the end wound up creating about 90. Some of these were National Guard...
I don't know the value of it, but if it is Truly vintage, then it will cost a LOT on the market, first you will have to get it authenticated, then you can put it on the market, Hope This Helps :)
President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt .
Yes they did. Germany started regular television broadcasts in1935. Although most people didn't own televisions then, they wentto television parlors to watch.
An estimated 50,000 children were kidnapped by the Nazis in Poland.
Most countries simply stood by. They didn't interfere until they were drawn into to war, and even then it wasn't for the sake of the Jews but to keep themselves safe.
The house she stayed in after the attempt was extremely remote with no roads or tracks leading to it. She survived until 4 or 5 years ago.
The number One indicates unity, divinity, and wholeness, as exemplified by God.
It was the first time a twin engined bomber took off from anaircraft carrier (the B-25 Mitchells barely made it off the deck).It was the first air raid on Tokyo and Japanese soil in WW2 aswell.
Everyone did, the international press were invited to them when they opened in 1933. The New York Times did a two page spread in praise of them.
There were close to 13 million people, collectively, who died inWW2 at the hands of Germans, not counting any soldiers. Of the 13million, about 6 million were identified as Jews. So about 7million non-Jewish people were killed because they were disabled,those with Mental Retardation, mentally...
Luxembourg was invaded by Germany in 1940 and was an occupied nation for practically all of WWII. Germany annexed the nation into part of Germany in 1942 and had a program of molding it into a complete part of Germany during the occupation. Things like making languages other than German...
The leader or parent wolfs are called alpha wolfs if thats what you want to know
Some consequences of the Cold War were environmental damages, social tensions, and economical tensions... These are only a few... -Payton:)
HAL Tejas is the first combat aircraft without indian pilot.
Actually, Germany was practically free from guilt. They entered the war and were hated so much that the Treaty of Versailles included a war-guilt clause. This clause stated that Germany alone was responsible for WWI. So yes, on the record they are, but in reality that is a definitive no.
In the internet you got all the information. When you type debate over the atomic bombs in your browser, the result page will give many websites about that.
Switzerland and Sweden are the various two countries which Hitler did not conquer. *************** I would like to add that he failed to conquer Britain and Russia.
You'd have to define 'first defeat'. Hitler's land forces were delayed or outmaneuvered in a number of relatively minor ways during his advance through Western Europe, but ultimately they were victorious. The Battle of Britain (which peaked in late1940 saw many defeats for the Luftwaffe. Those...
== Answer == The man whose mantra was "the buck stops here", Harry S Truman made the decision.
S-A-L-A-T like salad except with a t for the d.
Multiple words used as an adjective, like brown-orange cat, are hyphenated. So, it would be, ". . . at an all-time high . . .).
Given that Hitler was a mortal enemy of the US, Nazi Germany would never have issued dollar coins. Its value is would be given in Reichsmarks, the currency of the Nazi regime. That said, 1937 5 RM pieces were made of 90% silver and carry a portrait of former Chancellor Paul von Hindenburg. As of 03...
Hitler created the Nazi by making tens of thousands of young jobless men put on brown shirts and high leather boots of the Nazi storm troopers. By this way Hitler had organized the Nazis.
The last underground nuclear test done in US history was in November 6,1971 which was approximately 5 megatons.
The new rule of Tokugawa Shoguns, and new danger faced from trade.
On April2,1917, President Woodroow Wilson had pushed for war against Germany.
He thought that pure Germans, especially Aryans (blond hair blue eyes) were at the top of the scale, with Jews at the bottom, Slavs ranked slightly above Jews, then there were Negroes and other races going up to Nordics, and Aryans. Gypsies were a bit more complicated as they were Aryans, but were...
Hitler was a radical Darwinian and took Darwin's book as his bible. He saw this as the fight for the fittest.
America occupied the Phillepines since the Spanish American War. US troops were there since the 2nd World War began.
During World War 2, the Nazi exterminated 6 million Jews. More than one million Jewish children were killed in the Holocaust, as were approximately two million Jewish women and three million Jewish men
Hitler was 43 when he and the NSDAP its first election in July 1932, achieving 37.3% of the popular vote and 230 seats of the 608 seats in the Reichstag.The Nazis were however not invited to form the government. Instead, Reichspresident Paul von Hindenburg instructed Franz von Papen to form...
France, Switzerland and Austria don't have a common border, sothere is not one single mountain that runs through the three ofthem.
Many of the officials from the government of the defeated Nazi Germany were tried in the Nuremberg Trials by the main victorious allied forces, such as Britain and the USA.
It was an important seaport.
Hitler was an artist of limited ability and matching success in Vienna prior to the First World War. After the war he was employed as a spy by the military with the task of infiltrating one of the many small, revolutionary parties that began springing up like wild fire all over Germany....
Eastern European "gypsies" and handicapped individuals of all creeds.
Genocides are one of the most difficult things to prevent. By the time the outside world knows about one, it has gone for weeks, months or years. More than six decades after the Holocaust, the horrors of Bosnia, Rwanda, and Darfur are sobering reminders that preventing future genocides and...
Most of the Jews in the ghettos were sent to the concentration camps by the Nazis, but if they were fortunate and the war ended before the Nazis could take them, they would go back to their homes.
Hitler actually shot himself in 1945, at the end of WW II.
The murder of millions upon millions of innocent lives, including 6.3 million Jews and 3.1 million Gypsies.
Depends how many you would like to kill...
This sort of question is hard to generalise because much depended on the fascist zeal of the commander involved in making that decision. In one solitary documented case, an SS guard couldn't handle the moral aspects of his work at a death camp and was transferred elsewhere quietly.
70,000 soldiers died during the Third Battle
Fumiko Ishioka is the director of the Holocaust Center in Tokyo, Japan. She received Hana's suitcase from the Auschwitz museum. She did further research and found some of her drawings from when she was in Theresienstadt. Fumiko then found out that Hana had a brother, George Brady, that survived the...
== Answer == The good ole USA
You probably had measles, German measles or chicken pox or even a simple outbreak of dermatitis. Chicken pox will leave scares when you scratched at the scabs. If you have these scares I would figure you had chicken pox.
Stalin bought time by signing the pact even though he knew Hitler would invade Russia. Stalin was able to build up and train his forces. He was able to accumulate more weapons too. It also kept Japan off the eastern end of his country.
In September 1941 the emigration of Jews from Nazi Germany was forbidden altogether. Before that it was generally possible for them to leave Germany provided that they had somewhere to go to and could actually get there . One of the biggest restrictions was the reluctance of other countries to...
December 7th 1941 at 9:AM
Some notable Nazis authoritative absented at the Nuremberg trialsbecause of their death. There were Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler,Reinhard Heydrich, and Joseph Goebbels. Robert Ley and HermannGÃ¶ring managed to commit suicide during the trials. 3 of other 24notable Nazis were acquitted: Hjalmar...
The Magen David or Mogan David.
The low-ranking ones weren't paid very much. Probably only like 4-5 bucks an hour. The officials, on the other hand, were paid well. Well, depending on how much 'work' they did. I say 'work' because their only "responsibility" was being unimaginably savage to innocent people.
That was the time of the "baby boom", when people became eager tostart families since the Great Depression and World War II ended,which was when families did not grow as much because of thehardships they had to face.
Well the Germans who ran them just plain hated the Jews. They thought all their troubles were originated from the Jewish people. So then they made them work, put them in gas chambers, and tortured them.
because they were funded by the bakers from the wall street and allied with the vatican, third Reich is nothing but a vaticans war against the Jews and orthodox christians which was fought for hundreds of years and they have also succeeded in 1.giving us the UN 2.driving the Jews out of Europe ...
The German people believed that Hitler would bring power and glory back to Germany.
Sorry. You will have to do this yourself.
it is possible because Hitler tried to send the disabled people to concentration camps and everyone protested so if the Germans who were not the subjects of prejudice had complained about the Jews and roma/sinti and poles etc. being sent off to concentration camps it is likely. also if during WWI a...
Blackshirts or Black shirts, were the Italian fascists that brought Benito Mussolini to power.
he was the first to discover new mountains now called the great mountains
== Answer == Hitler wanted to purify the Human race by killing what he used to call half humans. For Hitler the ruling race was the blond hair people with blue eyes ironically enough he never looked in the mirror. === === === Answer === The whole world. He was a megalomaniac.
He published a book called mein kampf and soon became the leader of the nazi party.
Of course you can. But in Italian obviously. You can have pizza delivered anywhere in the world.
The ability to view herself objectively.
it meant going up to a person and teabaging it until it is dead
It became a horror for Peron and the Argentenians. They failed torecapture it from the British
By that time Hitler had already committed suicide.
Poland was destroyed by mechanized warfare and air attacks within amonth. It was not prepared for such a mobile war.
Hitler had to be smart to get most of Germany to !!!!!!!!!!!!!HATE!!!!!!!!!!!! Jews
Hiroshima: August 6, 1945 Nagasaki: August 9, 1945
they taught the Aryans about city life i know that because i have an A+ in history
Hitler himself didn't really personally do much of anything in theway of "torture". He was much more interested in eliminating them(and confiscating their property, or in using them for slave labor)than torturing them. .
Of course, that also meant he didn't object too strenuously ifsomeone else...
I am figuring that you want to know who were the judges, attorneys, etc. There were four countries who contributed law personnel. I found a snipet from Wikipedia that gave a list from a very long story on the Neuremburg trials. I hope this is what you were looking for. Participants ...
Yes, and it still exists.