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How many Muslims in the British Army in World War 2?
Hundreds of them, and not all were British citizens. Many were from occupied countries like Holland, Belgium, France, and Norway. They made their way to freedom i…n Britain and volunteered to be trained as secret agents, to be sent back to their home country to spy on the Germans and to organize the resistance movement there. Because they spoke their own language perfectly, they were much more able to fit in without being caught by the German security police.
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2 million american soldiers
Bernard L. Montgomery
Politically it's Churchill. Militarily I suppose Montgomery is the main one. Slim gets a lot of recognition for the war in Burma against the Japanese, given poor rescour…ces. Alan Brooke was Chief of the General Staff for many years. I don't think the British had one supreme commander at any given time in any place really.
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The old 1907 pattern tunic was phasing out as practicality and ease of movement became the better option in the transformation of the British army. By the 1930's, tanks and ar…moured vehicles were a main unit in the field of battle. Uniform such as the 1937 pattern battledress reflected this change to mechanized warfare. It was cheaper to make and much more flexible than earlier tunics. It consisted of knaki material with a turn-down collar. two pockets on either breast and cutted off with a belt at the waist.
After taking heavy casualities during the first world war, Britain was still a main contributer to the war effort with well over 3million troops spread around the globe.
Churchills and Cromwells were the primary UK tanks of WWII; their most famous tank NEVER fought in WWII, the "Centurion" medium tank. The British Centurion's first battle was …during the Korean War (1950-1953); it's second war was in Vietnam, while serving with the 1st Australian Armored Regiment. After Vietnam, the Centurion was sold to other countries where it fought under different flags in various conflicts. The most popular UK tank during WWII was the US supplied Stuart light tank, nicknamed by the English, "Honeys". The Honey (Stuart) fought in North Africa against the German Africa Corps.
In World War 2
Over eight million, roughly half of the sixteen million Americans in uniform. The other eight million was divided between the Navy, Army Air Force and Marine Corps.
Roughly 450,000 people of UK origin were killed in the Second World War. This number includes military and civilian deaths.
In US in WW2
I'm not 100% sure how many they had but i do know that at the end of the war the British army was made up of 60% Canadian made weapons. So the weapons they used were mainly Ca…nadian.
In British Army
They were soundly beaten by he German Army.