it did not affect any solders
Soldiers were issued rations; civilians starved.
Soldiers ate better, they were issued rations. Civilians starved.
i think that the soldiers were affected by the Vietnam war because when they came back from the Vietnam war many of them were messed up from what they saw over their
that's a hard question
They are not affected in the same way but are affected badly both gender
World war one and two were largely affected by malaria and the quinine possession. So the wars were less fought between soldiers and more between soldiers and malaria.
Soldiers were affected by "the war" in numerous ways. You might want to describe which war, because mankind has fought thousands of wars in our short history. In general, soldiers are most affected by being, you know, killed. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is also a common affliction suffered by Veterans.
The Vietnam War had affected US soldiers by leaving some of them with psychological issues and leaving many homeless when they returned home.
Because that cost many of are soldiers lives and it took a lot of soldiers from their home to fight.
For the soldiers who survived they were most likely very mentally damaged. Soldiers in WW1 would have experienced and seen horrific scences which would have affected their mental health when the war was over.
The soldiers were affected very badly a lot of them went mentally ill because they saw their friends and the other fellow soldiers die in very harsh killings.
the trenches affected the soldiers during ww1 ww2 by supplying some cover for the soldiers and they were also a living hell because they held water and were often soaked by blood from fallen comrades
soldiers and civilians were affected by the Vietnam war because when the soldiers got home they were not appreciated and alot of them turned to drugs and alchol and the civilians were being drafted into the army so they were not excited about that and the hippy revolution played a big part because their motto was basicly "freedom"so you basicly had three things going on including racism so this was one of the Americas darkest moments in history.
Following World War I, soldiers came home from the war feeling disillusioned with all the gore and horror they had seen. As a result, many people turned away from religion.
AnswerThey were affected mentally, emotionaly, and economically. Mentally because now when most veterns look back they have bad memories. Emotionaly because many of the familys lost a loved one in the war. Economically because the cost of the war supplying the weapons and other supplys needed.Mental what it was calledCivil War-Soldiers Heart1st World War-Shell Shock2nd World War-Battle FatigueCurrent-Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
all of our lives are affected after war
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
i don't know how the soldiers die but atleast 6000 soldiers have died in the war
Union had more soldiers in the war.
They were affected mentally, emotional, and economically. Mentally because now when most veterans look back they have bad memories. Emotional because many of the family's lost a loved one in the war. Economically because the cost of the war supplying the weapons and other supplies needed.
Yes, soldiers fought in the Civil War. Sadly, that is the fact of war.
The Vietnam war effected soldiers physically with strain of fighting in the jungle but it also effected soldiers psychological mind set. Soldiers were pulled out of school and work at the age of 17 and thrown into the war. The soldiers had to drink and smoke marijuana to deal with the war. It was hard for soldiers to come back for war and make a life.