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US in WW2

Parent Category: WW2 Allied Powers
The United States participation in World War 2, both European and Pacific Theaters of the war.
The Infantry Division did not exist in 1812. Instead there was a  45th regiment, mainly from Massachusetts and what would become  Maine.
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.
WWII was the last war in which virtually everyone was expected, by virtually everyone else, as well as by law is most instances, for personal participation through every little thing possible. From rationing cupons, to work, to joining the military. It was also the last time all available men...
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  :)
No, the people apart of the Manhattan Project did.
  == Answer ==   The Permanent Member of the UN Security Council are:   1. China.   2. France.   3. The Russian Federation.   4. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.   and   5. The United States of America
POW camps for the Japanese, but NOT in the Pacific. In the United  States itself were POW camps held. They were for the Japanese whom  were deemed spies for the Japanese government.
as the man who bombed japan, killed thousands, and had a great tie
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.
Annexation of Chez German Invasion of PolandJapanese Invasion of ChinaGerman Invasion of The NetherlandsGerman Invasion of FranceThe Blitz of London by German Air ForceLend Lease to Great BritainSinking of American Merchant ShipsJapanese Navy Threatening US BasesPearl Harbor
Does anyone know where or even if I can get a DVD or Blu-ray of the  mock-documentary "The Great Martian War 1913-1917" Or even a  website where I can stream it? Thank you.
On April2,1917, President Woodroow Wilson had pushed for war  against Germany.
The 12th Ranger Infantry led by Lieutenant Ralph Puckett
Once the post WW2 events ended, such as the deciding about what to  do with Germany and the war trials.   It was actually a short while before the soldiers were sent home  after World War 2.
after world war two the decline of europe power was shared betweent  the united states and the soviet union.
Depends how many you would like to kill...
  Mowatt burned Falmouth, October 18th, 1775. Captain Mowatt had been held prisoner by the residents of Falmouth for one night in May of 1775. Under orders from Admiral Graves (The same man who made Brithish troops under the command of Col. Smith wait for several hours at Phips farm before...
After the attack on Pearl Harbor the US declared war on the Axis  Powers. (Germany, Japan, Italy, and others) The Japanese began to  give it all at the Battle of Midway. They failed and never  recovered. They were on the defensive for the rest of the war.
December 7th 1941 at 9:AM
"A day that will live in infamy." Franklin Roosevelt
Hiroshima: August 6, 1945 Nagasaki: August 9, 1945
National Labor Act was formed in 1935,the provisions of this act  governs the relationship among employers,employee and their labor  unions in private sector.The act also established National Labor  Relations Board which is an independent federal agency.   This act is to protect the ability of...
American and British, and Canadian troops invaded Normandy and Omaha beach and against all odds won the land.
General Patton was promoted to a full Four-Star General on April 14, 1945!
The US produced 88,000 M4 Sherman tanks for WWII. A great many of these went, via "Lend-Lease", to Russia, Great Britain and other Commonwealth nations, and France. There were several evolution in the Sherman - the first one had a short-barreled 75MM main gun, then a long barreled 75, then a high...
They had 17 usable ships. 22 types of Land weapons/guns/tanks/vehicles, 18 different types of small arms, 77 different types of airplanes under the categories of fighter planes, bomber planes, transport planes, training planes and others. US Marine Corp Sergeant P. W. Cavnar says it would be...
None. The medal was not used in the 1800's and was revived in the 1920's. Therefore, it was not awarded during the War of 1812, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War or World War 1.
Because its a nuclear bomb, it can kill millions of people in a matter of minutes.
  == Answer ==     Between 100,000 and 200,000.   Michael Montagne
At first he is he wants to kill Goku but later he warms up to the z fighters marries Bulma and has a son named Trunks
around 300 in all are still alive
The Nazi Germans were bent on invading all the European nations including the United Kingdom. The Nazis killed millions of people just for being Poles, Danes, Dutch, Belgians, French and for being Jews or Slavs. Those brutal people had to be stopped. Japan was not as big a threat as the Nazis were...
they did chores house work and to feed the young
Douglas MacArthur. Very famous one, too.
Do you mean - to kill everybody, or - to make the Earth disintegrate? It also depends on how big the bombs are and where they are placed.
D-day happened! They went to that beach over there in europe and  destroyed all
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nEssentially the U.S. had been looking for an excuse to participate in the war without looking like the "bad guys." Wheras the Japanese assumed that the U.S. would be incapacitated by the attack, what they didn't know was that most of our aircraft carriers were at sea and...
On December 7, 1941 at 6:30 in the morning a Japanese mini sub wasspotted, shot at and sunk in Pearl Harbor. The telegram sent toNavy command stated that there had been a sighting/confrontationwith a Japanese sub but without the telegram saying the sub wassunk it was not thought to be true. By 7:55...
The attack on Pearl Harbor from Japan, made the US get involved in the war. After about 5 years of fighting, the US dropped an atomic bomb over Hiroshima on august 6 1945.
  == Answer ==   About 250,000.
America and Britain formally declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941.
During D-Day the total casualty lost by the US were about 3,500.
The US was in the World War 2 from December 7/8th 1941 to August of 1945. They had to stay in Europe and Japan for many years after the war too.
ETO and PTO; European Theater of Operations and Pacific Theater of Operations.1. ETO was a ground war.2. PTO was a naval war.Both wars had a little bit of each of the other (ground/sea/air warfare).The primary combatant in the ETO was the Soviet Union and United Kingdom.The primary combatant in the...
No. There was an HMS Rodney, a battleship named for a great British Admiral of the 1700s. There was an HMS Romney, but it was a minesweeper, a small auxiliary craft.
The only President that I know of that was a Commander of anartillery unit in the National Guard was Harry S. Truman, who wasthe Commander of 129th Field Artillery, Missouri Army NationalGuard, in 1918, During World War 1.
The Central Powers: Germany: 900 000 - 1 700 000 Military deaths. 400 000 civilian deaths. Austria Hungary: 1,100,000 military deaths. 400 000 civilian deaths. Bulgaria: 87,500 military deaths. 100,000 civilian deaths. Ottoman Empire: 771,844 military deaths. 2 000 000+ civilian deaths. Allies:...
Nuclear weapons have only been used in combat on Japan.
Depending on the meaning of "assault rifle" they might have been  made as early as the second world war. The Browning Automatic  Rifle, or "BAR" fired a large caliber cartridge at a pretty rapid  rate, but it was a very heavy weapon, and was assigned to the  "weapons squad" in an infantry...
My advice to you is to contact a civil attorney who specialises in military law, get their take on it, and proceed from there. Do not try dealing with the VA on your own with this matter.
  Obtain the book titled: "Day of Deceit; The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor." (2000), by Robert B. Stinnett.
Yes, they did. And some Italian-Americans. And Germans and Italians from Central and South American nations.
You need armed forces because they are the ones who protect you in your daily lives. Otherwise, China would probably own most of the US. We appreciate and thank our brave armed soldiers for protecting us each and every day. Special thanks to Marcus Dunlap for volunteering in the MARINES.
they trained in Tuskegee University because it is in Tuskegee,  Alabama. Also since they still had to face segregation, Tuskegee  University only had Black, African-Americans there to train them. i  believe maybe a few white people that were against segregation  helped along to because in the...
Wooden warships plated with iron. In 1883 the US Navy began construction of all steel battleships (not wood plated with metal). However the name "ironclad" stuck by some of the old sailors.. During the Battle of Tsushima in May 1905, Russian seaman referred to their battleships as "Ironclads", and...
Most definitely, the bacteria and particles in the bottom of the  ocean will cause rust until the ship completely disintegrate, and  even the Titanic will completely disintegrate within the next  twenty years, showing that most ships will last underwater for only  around 130 years, but depending...
If you're not signing up for the Delayed Entry Programme, you'll go on the next available ship date. In DEP, it can be for up to 365 days.
No the US was not truly neutral in action. Roosevelt helped England with supplies, food and later created the lend lease act to help them. When Pearl Harbor was bombed the Americans stopped being in denial and understood the war better."Cash and carry" was contained in the Neutral Act of 1939 where...
Not if your not fits in, or pulls a freenumber
The "Pacific War", is the PACIFIC THEATER of World War II. The other theaters of WWII were, the European Theater, and the CBI (China, Burma, India) Theater.
To reduct means to reduce, decrease, or make smaller. Therefore a reduction in armed forces would be a decrease in the numbers of people and machinery in the service of the armed forces. E.g. If an army is changed from 10,000 men to 5,000, there has been a reduction in the size of armed forces.
The bridge. Used to be the wheelhouse, back in the days when it was in a separated area
    There were many US tanks but nobody knows how many exactly.
It splits atoms in a process called fission (not FUSION).
  Truman was president when the decision was made, FDR had passed away.
It's part of the US Army's function to use force and occupy territories when ordered to do so.
The axis forces had invaded Northern Africa to go after OIL.  Ethiopia and a few other places had oil. So the Allied forces went  after the Axis forces to get them out of Northern Africa and  deprive them of oil.    England needed the Suez Canal ship supplies from India, Australia,  and the...
Because Patton and his wife came from wealthy families he was often given a hard time because other superiors did not live as good as he did. Many where envious of his lifestyle which he didn't flaunt but did not ignore. He drove nice cars, owned horses, lived off base in nice houses, owned a yacht....
General Douglas MacArthur graduated from the West Texas Military Academy in 1903. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Corp of Engineers after graduation in 1903.
At the end of World War II, few questioned Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Most Americans accepted the obvious reasoning: the atomic bombings brought the war to a more timely end. They did not have a problem with over one hundred thousand of the enemy being...
There were several considerations in choosing the site for the first bomb.   * The target should be an urban area of at least three miles diameter;  * The target should be capable of being effectively damaged by a blast;  * The target should not have been a previous target of conventional bombs...
  "Lend Lease Act." The arsenal of democracy; allowed the recieving nations to pay back the loans after the war, when they were fully recovered.
The Japanese bombed the military base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii and nearly decimated the United State Naval fleet. Over 4000 people were killed during that attack on December 7, 1941. This was the impetus that motivated the Congress and President Roosevelt to declare war on Japan and its ally Germany...
Bombs use fins or parachutes to stabilize.
The Tuskegee Airmen trained in Tuskegee, Alabama. They have their own official website. tuskegeeairmen org This record came from their official site. They served overseas and in the United States. They won the most medals of any air group.They have their own museum now to honor the men.*****Four...
The Germans occupied Norway to secure the flow of iron ore. The Germans were dependent on this iron ore to make steel for their tanks and guns, submarines and artillery shells, all their munitions of war. The iron ore came from mines in the far north of Sweden. From there, it went by train west to...
According to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the population in Japan in October 1940 was estimated to be 73,114,308; in November 1945 the population was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.
  Admiral Chester William NimitzAdmirals Ernest J King and Chester Nimitz, to name two Cincpac Six-stripers! Cincpac- means commander In chief- Pacific theatre.Five-star Fleet Admiral Chester William Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet and commander in chief of the Pacific Ocean...
Hickam Field was the US Army largest base that held planes in  Hawaii. Two additional air bases in Hawaii the US had planes  included: Wheeler Army Air Field and Kaneohe Naval Air Station.
During World War II, in the Pacific Theater of Operations, American  strategy focused upon 'island-hopping' as a key to victory against  the Japanese enemy. The purpose of this strategy was to bypass  (while also isolating) enemy strongholds, focusing instead upon  carefully selected islands of...
Geographic Information System (GIS), or geographical information system, is any system that captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that are linked to location. In the simplest terms, GIS is the merging of cartography and database technology.
Macarthur was a US Army General- while he did teach English at the Point ( West Point, USMA) he was not generally thought of ( no pun intended) as a writer. I am not aware of any fiction by Macarthur. Some of his exploits in the War ( world War II, pacific theater) were wildly exaggerated by the...