Because of the near bankruptcy of Britain, the price of food and other goods may very will have cost a small fortune.
The Infantry Division did not exist in 1812. Instead there was a 45th regiment, mainly from Massachusetts and what would become Maine.
It was a Lockheed Vega 5B:Seven-seat passenger transport version, built for higher gross weight operations with commercial operators.
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...
I searched for a roster of the 10 Infantry and the 10th Armored Division in the Battle at Ardennes/Alsace. I could find notations about them but no roster. Perhaps you should contact the 10th infantry or 10 Mountain Infantry at their website or consult the Oxford Military History Companion.
Mouschi was Peter Van Daans cat. Mouschi was a stray cat that Peter found and adopted. Mouschi ran away during the night.
This is not the place to answer such questions. There is no way to verify these weapons would be made only for fun, or with care sufficient to ensure safety. There are plenty of web pages for that sort of thing, and undoubtedly plenty of government computers watching them and watching out for people...
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.
Victory in Europe......................V-E 1945
The Japanese war with China began in 1937, Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Germany and Japan joined up and then Japan attacked America in 1941 which brought America in to the war who joined the allies.
The USS Clytie (AS-26) was an Aegir-class submarine tender that entered the Pacific Theatre late in the war. Stationed in Australia, she tended submarines of the 7th Fleet from April - September 1945, then was ordered home after the war ended.
The people who were mainly kept at the concentration camps were jews.
When Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.
No not all of them are violent, it's just a little bit harder for them to process things.
Only if you have enough food and purified water. and strength of course
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...
Lockerbie which is a small town in the Dumfries and Galloway region which is a very small town was bombed on the 21st December 1988. There was no real reason behind the bombing it was simply a terrorist attack. The man who was convicted of it - Abdelbaset Ail Mohmed Al Megrahi - was released on...
Operation Torch was attempted mainly because Joseph Stalin was demanding that the allies open up another front against the Nazis. Unfortunately, D-Day was still a year and a half away, so they decided to ramp up the pressure on their only existing front in Europe - North Africa. And yet,...
WWII was almost soley caused by resentment in Germany after WWI. The Treaty of Versailles pretty much screwed over German in 1918. Hitler rose to power because of the anger building up as a result. So in other words, WWII would never have happened(At least the way it did) if WWI didn't...
The Americans dug in to protect themselves. While the Germans would where American uniforms and take prisoners and cause chaos
It could not have, it was a surprise attack
554 of the women's army auxiliary corps (WAAC) were promoted to women's army corps (WAC), they were the first women to go to war other than nurses
Believe it or not, that's a lot of different people.
They didn't have enough weapons to kill the other war people
It is debatable but the countries occupied by Italy prior to the outbreak of world war 2 were: Austria, Ethiopia, Mongolia, and other parts of Southern Europe and Northern Africa
Hitler invaded Poland in 1939. He wanted to create an world Aryan state.
If you have both, you have a lot of influence on a LOT of people. And, depending on how good your heart is, you'll make good choices. But, unfortunately, generally speaking, not very many people remain good at heart with a lot of power and authority in their lives.
Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact .
The Philippines were occupied by the Japanese Empire.
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...
yess one of them is Quicksilver
the axis power in WW2 were - Germany, Italy, and Japan
The Germans offered nothing to the US for sinking the Lusitania. German government argued that Lusitania was legitimate military target because it was caring a large amount of ammunition on board, and, besides that was registered or listed as an auxiliary cruiser. And in spite of non...
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 :)
They were first evacuted when The Nazi empire rose and bombed London in 1940-41. parents sent their children way when the Nazis bombed london thinking they would be safe. They were sent to america.
No, the people apart of the Manhattan Project did.
Ics encourage jurisdictions to use common terminology. Common terminology :
President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt .
7 December 1941 December 7 1941
== 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
Although the exact figure may never be known, it has been estimated to be 2 million.
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.
All four members of the Frank family in hiding (Anne, Margot, Otto and Edith) were initially sent to Auschwitz from Westerbork. On 30 October 1944 Anne and Margot were transported to Bergen-Belsen, where they both died in March 1945. Edith Frank died at Auschwitz in January 1945, and Otto Frank...
I thought it was Spooks on the loose.
Nurses, doctors, factory workers, drivers, all of the jobs left behind by service members.
Yes they did. Germany started regular television broadcasts in 1935. Although most people didn't own televisions then, they went to television parlors to watch.
An estimated 50,000 children were kidnapped by the Nazis in Poland.
Russia was capturing it from the Germans.
After the war, there were many Soldiers coming back with no idea what they were going to do with their lives. Most thought the war was going to last a longer time than it did and were not prepared for coming home and working again. Unfortunately, the military branches didn't really teach...
I assume you refer to Ongar, which was closed in 1994. It was situated on the Central line, east of Epping (further from central London).
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.
Tecumseh organized the shawnee and other native americans to _ and _.
About 301,400 Italian Soldiers, which includes 10,000 African conscripts, were killed in WWII.
Europe: 1939 Germany invades Poland 1940 Germany invades France, Belgium, Netherlands; Battle for Britain 1941 Japan attacks Pearl Harbor; Germany invades Russia; Winter War in Finland 1942 Battle for Stalingrad; Siege of Malta; Battle for MIdway 1943 Germany looses...
Hiroo Onoda was a Japanese Army intelligence officer who was in the Philippines during World War II. He refused to believe that Japan had surrendered to the Allies until being found by a young Japanese tourist in 1974. He only came out of the jungle when he was ordered to do so by his former...
For World War 2 there was Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Dwight Eisenhower, Adolf Hitler, Herman Goering, and Douglas MacArthur.
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.
as the man who bombed japan, killed thousands, and had a great tie
Germany, Japan, Poland and everyone else that got taken over by Germany and Japan like Poland
The land owned by France and Urgel is Andorra.
The number One indicates unity, divinity, and wholeness, as exemplified by God.
USA: M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, M1A1 Thompson SMG, .30 CAL MG, Bazooka, Springfield, 1911, M2 Flamethrower UK: Lee Enfield, Sten SMG, Bren MG, PIAT AT Gun, Welrod Germany: STG 44 SMG, MP 40 SMG, Kar 98, G43, P38 Luger, MP 34 SMG, MG42 MG, MG 34 MG USSR: Ppsh-41 SMG, Moisin-Nagat, DPM...
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.
Once Hitler assumed control of the German parliament, he had wasted no time in violating some of the terms in the Treaty of Versailles such as the build-up of armed forces, and the re-militarization of Rhineland in 1936.
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
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 major world-event that brought an end to the Great Depression was World War II. Creating a great demand for arms, vehicles, and supplies of all kinds, the war infused economies around the world with renewed activity and even profit, thereby giving life to what had been a general...