How did World War 1 help Canada's independence from Britain?
It did not. If anything, the War brought a strengthening of ties among the various Colonies of the Empire- all engaged in the fight. Canada plunged in and all major units except one regiment were armed with the Canadian designed ( and somewhat unreliable) Ross rifle. The Ross rifles- named and produced by Sir Charles Ross, who was clearly a Briton. They were different in caliber (.280 Ross) and action ( straight pull, like a modern assault rifle or automatic) than the issue RA Enfields so familiar to the British. Canadian nationalism, did get a positive shot with the Ross rifles- but critics knew they had a tendency to jam, and worse still the bolt could blow out, possibly injuring the gunner, when the weapon was fired. Major reliability issues dogged the Ross, and they were not used in future wars. ( Many were sold surplus). Canadian troops were engaged with the British in such major campaigns as Vimy ridge, and a number including top ace Billy Bishop- served with the RAF under British command. Lt.Colonel Bishop was top scoring allied ace of World war I- at 72 confirmed kills.
The Declaration of Independence is what was declared in 1776 in which the US declared its independence from Great Britain and its tyrannical king.
He gave Independence to India from Britain.
I believe Britain wasn't able to maintain their empire there and also through the help and guidance of Ghana's first president, Kwame Nkurmah, Ghana gained independence by March of 1957.
Mohandas Gandhi helped achieve India's independence from Great Britain because Gandhi used non-violence to beat the mighty british rulers.
He used philosophy to help Indians regain their independence from Britain in India and South Africa.
Britain took part in helping Tibet gain independence from Chinese rule before 1792. However, after 1792, Britain refused to assist Tibet.
Britain helped Texas because Britain supported it. Britain saw it as an economic opportunity that would provide more land for growing cotton. This would be beneficial to Britain, as it would take away some of the Independence from America's cotton. At the time, a large percentage of Britain's economy was based on cotton. Another benefit for Britain is that it stopped the southward expansion of the United States.
Who used non violent methods called satyagraha to help India gain its independence from great Britain?
The Second Continental Congress issued the Declaration of Independence because they wanted colonists to be on the side of America. They also wanted encourage foreign nations to help them gain their independence from Britain.
They fought a revolution against England, which the colonies won with a lot of help from France and other nations who wanted to weaken Great Britain.
_ Dickinson argued declaring independence would hurt the colonies rather than help them. He did not think any European nation would help the colonies against Britain. He also believed that the colonies would stay united if they won independence. _ John Admas agreed declaring independence would lead to difficult times. It would take a long time to build a new country. He also said that there was no other way out of the dispute with… Read More
because he wanted freedom and wanted to help the people that came from great Britain
France's assistance to the Americans in their bid for independence cannot over stated. Most historians would answer that winning independence from Great Britain without the help of France may have been impossible.
No he Never was President but because of his great help in Our American Colonies independence from Britain he is honored on the 100 dollar bill.
The colonies were providing raw materials and numerous finished goods. Britain needed the lumber, tobacco and other natural resources that were not available on the small islands of Great Britain. They also served as a tax base to help support the other wars Britain was fighting. newtest3
He helped end the war, or at least made the Declaration of Independence telling Britain that the colonists wanted to be free of British rule. The Declaration of Independence didn't END the Revolutionary War. It STARTED it.
It still is. The US told Britain "We're leaving." And except for a couple of times during the wars when we went back to help, we have still left. The Declaration does not have an expiring date. It was a flat statement that we declared to the world that we were no longer part of Britain, but a free and independent nation.
Basically, Britain promised to help Poland militarily if Germany attacked. There was no reference to Germany. The promise and later the treaty guaranteed help for Poland if its sovereignty (independence) was threatened by military force.
France and Spain gave America money and supplies to help in their fight for independence from Great Britain. Also, various soldiers from Europe went to America to help them win the war.
How did what help the declaration of Independence...
the Americans were pleading the french and spanish to help in the war, but when the Americans won a major victory at the battle of saratoga, the french saw that the colonies had a chance to win the war. With the french navy to support Americans, Britain had to fight a battle on two fronts and this quickly bankrupted the nation.
The US did nothing to help Britain during the Battle of Britain.
Britain took control of alot of America making them work on sugar plantations and in factories and stuff. France did the same. Britain and France fought over the lands and Britain won. When the Americans started fighting back for independence, France decided to help the Americans as it would get rid of their rivals, the British.
The French helped the patriots because earlier, in the French and Indian war, France and Britain were enemies and fought over the American land. When the Patriots proved themselves in the fight at Yorktown, France took it as a chance to get back at Britain.
The Revolutionary War was fought between the American colonists and England. France did help the colonists as the war progressed, but this was mainly a war for American independence from Britain.
Britain was not left alone , allies swarmed to help.
Britain did not help Poland during World War II until after the invasion, when the exiled government took up residence in London.
how did Thomas Jefferson help win the united states independence
American Soldiers came to Britain in World War II to help out.
Men of them (France and Spain mainly) where both enemies of the British an they saw it as a way to weaken Britain. They literally took the phrase "My enemies enemy Is my friend" to heart.
Because Australia was a colony of Britain and they volunteered to come and help Britain
1) Advocating for independence, at a time when he was one of the most famous writers in the English speaking world. 2) Editing the Declaration of Independence. 3) Negotiating military and financial help from France, without which the U.S. could never have won the Revolutionary War. 4) Negotiating a final peace with Great Britain, which codified U.S. independence. 5) Maintaining a sense of decorum and wisdom during the writing of the U.S. Constitution.
Thomas Paine's publication of Common Sense called for a manifesto to be published explaining why the American Colonies were forced to break ties with Britain. That manifesto was later published and is known as the Declaration of Independence. While Thomas Jefferson is credited with writing the Declaration of Independence, there is some evidence that Paine contributed significantly to its writing.
The actions of the Congress of Vienna help to generate independence in South America.
Men in world war one were volunteering to fight in war because they thought it was their duty to help out the mother country.( Britain). They thought that if they protected Britain then in times of need Britain would help to protect Australia.
Britain did not help America win the Revolutionary War.
Yes. He started such independence war.
He didn't, Britain started the war, we send goods and war supplies to Britain. Then we entered the war to help push the Axis back. Churchill didn't help us, we helped him.
No, France gave in to Germany, and Germany then took over France. We did not help them. Not in World War I, the war the question asks about. Britain joined France in its fight againt Germany during the first World War.
Massachusetts is one the original 13 colonies who declared independence for Britain on July 4, 1776 and fought a long war to keep that independence. Since then, the state has been happy to remain a part of the federal union and did much to help win the Civil War when other states tried to break the union.
Yes, Britain won two World Wars (not by themselves though, of course, they had help from lots of other countries)
Britain had an agreement with France that if Poland was invaded they would both step in to help.
The soldiers whom were French Canadien were mad and they didnt really want to go through with it because Canada went to help Britain and they had nothing to do with Britain. The English Canadians though were happy to help fellow Britain.
Very much so.
He was priminister of Britain during WW2
he helped by drawing up the declaration of independence and an ambassador to France to help the colonies achieve independence
Well first when America was trying to get independent from Great Britain, we call for the French help but they didn't help because they wanted to see if we deserved the help, so they said that if America would win a major battle they would help, and basically that what happen we won a huge battle at Lexington if I'm right because I don't remember the place and then the French gave us their help.
Britain didn't lose in World war 2. With some timely help from the US, they ended up on the winning side.
In his eyes, Britain was treating the US poorly. He also believed that everyone knew how they were being treated, and could see the effect on the general public. Therefore to him it was common sense to break away, seeing as Britain's goal was to protect and help the US, and they were doing a terrible job.
It helped ensure India's independence