World War 2
World War 1
USSR in WW2
History of Australia
Did any one get out of being sent to fight in World War I by hiding?
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2
What are the advantages and disadvantages in hiding in world war 2?
Asked in World War 2, Holocaust
What would happen to a non-Jew hiding a Jew during World War 2?
Asked in Germany in WW2, Anne Frank
Did the frank family enjoy living in the secret annex?
Asked in Korean War
What world organization sent troops into fight in Korea?
Asked in World War 2, Judaism, Adolf Hitler
Why did the Jewish people have to go into hiding during World War 2?
The reason that some Jewish people went into hiding was to stay away from being sent to an unfair death in a concentration camp, also they went into hiding for their children, some Jewish families were not able to hide everyone so they hid their children. Some Jewish children were sent to live with non-Jewish relatives, or maybe even a non-Jewish friend. These cautions may have saved Jews their life
Asked in World War 2, History of Australia
Where were Australian troops first sent to fight in World War 2?
Asked in Judaism, Anne Frank, Adolf Hitler
What happened to the Jews who did not go into hiding in the book anne frank?
Asked in World War 1, US in WW2, US Army
What was a similarity between the US troops sent to the Spanish-American War and the troops sent to fight in World War 1?
Asked in WW1 Allied Forces
How many nations sent soldiers to fight in world war 1?
Asked in Anne Frank
Where were all the members hiding in the secret annex with Anne Frank get sent to?
Asked in Anne Frank
What event caused the family to suddenly have to go into hiding?
What would happen to you if you were caught hiding Jews during the Holocaust?
Asked in World War 1
What colony of great Britain sent troops to fight in World War 1?
When were American soldiers being sent out to fight in war world two?
Asked in Latin to English, English to Latin
Latin word for sent?
The verb "to send" is mittere. The English word "sent" could be translated by one of these perfect tense forms: I sent - misi you (singular) sent - misisti he/she/it sent - misit we sent - misimus you (plural) sent - misistis they sent - miserunt or misere Or it could be a past participle meaning "which has been sent", in which case it can be translated by the Latin participle missus, -a, -um. Or it could be part of the English passive voice, "was sent/has been sent/is being sent/will be sent" and so on, in which case it is to be translated by a Latin passive. There are too many forms to list here, but the present tense is: I am being sent: mittor you (singular) are being sent: mitteris he/she/it is being sent: mittitur we are being sent: mittimur you (plural) are being sent: mittimini they are being sent: mittuntur