Did the US have colonies during World War I?
No. The colonies were in the 1600s and 1700s. World War 1 happened from 1914 to 1918.
It was the age of American Imperialism.
What European country aided the Americans to regain lost territory during the French and Indian War?
You need to learn you're history. There was no America during the French and Indian War. The US was still a bunch of British colonies. And Britain and its colonies GAINED land during the war.
During the War of 1812 the British blockaded the American coast What effect did this have on industry in the US?
The effects on the industry of the US were when supplies could not be shipped into the US colonies, which was a strategy of the british. Although, the colonies barely pulled through.
During the Spanish American War, the United States fought Spain in Cuba and in the Philippines. At the end of the war, the US owned both of those colonies.
the original 13 colonies territory
Marquis de Lafayette was a Frenchmen that helped the American colonies during the Revolutionary War.
The US (not called the US back then, but the 13 colonies) separated from Great Britain during the Revoluntionary War of 1776. Vietnam separated from France during the French Indo-China War 1946-1954.
A US infantryman during World War I was called a "Doughboy"
china immigrated us during 2nd world war
Because, they were nuked. Before, that they wanted to have colonies in the West similar to how the British and the United States had colonies in the East. Prior to Pearl Harbor, the US had sided with China diplomatically in the Sino-Japanese war, and had cut off Japan's American oil supply.
how did the ussr view the us during world war 2
The United States of America were briefly called the United Colonies during the War of Independence before the Declaration of Independence was issued in July 1776. Before that, the British Colonies in North America had no collective name.
US Admiral in the Pacific during World War 2? Nimitz
The US general during World War 2 was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
1,800 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
1,700 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
By far it was the French that helped us during the Revolutionary War. The primary reason being that they were currently at war with Britain at the time. The French had lost most of it's colonies (Canada) to Britain in 1763 during the French and Indian War. Also, known as the Seven's Years War in Europe.
Before the Revolutionary War didn't exist any US Government, but only the Continental Congress, which was a convention of delegates called together from the 13 colonies that became the governing body of the United States during the Revolutionary War.
Because there was no US before the Revolutionary War. The US became the US during that revolution, and any trading agreements before then would have been made by another country. Most colonists were trading throughout the colonies.
President Woodrow Wilson declared war on German in World War 1 and was in office during the war.
The military goal of the US in the Pacific during World War 2 was Japanese surrender.
Woodrow Wilson was the President of the US during the first world war.
They paid war bonds
Everything. The US did not ship anything to Japan during the war, we were enemies!
Yes, technically it was. Japan allied with Britain in 1902, and when World War I broke out in 1914, Japan offered to join the war if they could keep the German colonies in the Pacific and China. Japan subsequently captured those German colonies. Interestingly, Japan and the US were already having diplomatic issues regarding China (Japan wanted to conquer parts of it, and actually already had taken Taiwan), so when the US joined the war… Read More
The US took over the Spanish Colonies of Guam, the Philippines, Puerto Rico and briefly even Cuba as a transistional event.
The nickname of US infantryman during World War I was Scuttlantlists in honor of the Scuttlant flyboys in West Virginia.
White anglo saxon protestants were not a target of racism in the US during world war II
Which of these best describes the main economic reason that the US acquired colonies during the Spanish-American War?
to give the U.S. greater access to trade with Asia
No, not as ground forces, although they did serve in France during World War 1. US Navy battleships and cruisers in the European Theater during World War 2 would have typically carried a small number of US Marines.
Woodrow Wilson was the president of the US for the entirety of World War I; it started during his first term, and the US entered it during his second term.
Depends when... revelutionary war=when America was still colonies of the British, the British raised the taxes on the colonies to pay off for the French and Indian war. Colonies were mad. War of 1812=British wanted rematch and lossed
Woodrow Wilson was the US President during this entire war.
During ww2 us had Franklin Rosevelt in charge
405,400 US casualties are recorded for World War 2
Latin America was the strategic backyard of the US during the Cold War. The Cold War started after World War II and lasted until 1991.
The United States won the Revolutionary War which led them to get the 13 original colonies.
Cuba was an ally to the US during World War II. But after the war, Cuba became communist and joined on the side of Russia against US. Cuba and Russia were also launched the nuclear threat on the US and Mexico.
The Great Depression was a global depression. It mainly hit the US and Europe. The US was the largest economy and its stock market had crashed. This had world wide affects as economics is not only within one's borders. Europe and other parts of the world were also recovering from World War I, paying for the debts they'd acquired from the war. Also, because European countries controlled many colonies around the world, the Great Depression… Read More
The u.s policy during the first world war was policy of isolation
President Franklin Roosevelt was in charge during World War 2
the soviet union (Russia)
Kennedy served in the US Navy during World War II.
Actually, the thirteen colonies that declared their independence from England in 1776 did not yet have a president of their own; that is part of why the war was fought-- the colonies wanted to be free of England and establish a new nation. Once the war was won and the British were defeated, George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the new United States of America, in 1789.
William S. Sims, Austin M. Knight, and Hugh Rodman were US Naval leaders during World War 1.
the entry of the US into the war
some might suggest that the US helped the Spanish colonies (that later became countries) of Cuba and the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. Others would say that the US simply took territory from Spain and was not particularly interested in helping anyone else.
1,700 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
Woodrow Wilson was the president of the US during the entire war.