How did the British army join world war 2?
The British army join world war 2 by their expirence.
Not in high numbers, no. Most "defectors" Into Axis ranks were soldiers from British colonized lands.
38,554 Irish people from Ireland (not Northern Ireland) chose to join the Brits in the war against Hitler. They served in the various Royal forces, mostly Army.
The oldest age to join the army was 40.
The process forcing people to join the army during World War 1 was called conscription
African-Americans have fought in every American war including the Revolutionary War. Runaway slaves were promised freedom if they fought for the British army.
Chief Recumseh lead his 600 warriors to join the British in the War of 1812, if he did not, the Americans would of out-numbered the British army.
One of the causes was that the British were impressing our sailors. Impressing means that the British stopped our ships, stole our men, and forced them to join their army.
He joined the army during World War 1 Which was 1917.
The British Army had adopted khaki uniforms in the Boer War (1899-1902).
During the Revolutionary War, African Americans were allowed to join the army because the army needed the men. After the war, the army was for whites only again until the Civil War.
No he led the IRA in the War of Indepedence against Britain he is the reason that Ireland won because he was a military genius
This is a common misconception. the Army Cadet Force is a voluntary youth organisation, at no time will you be 'called to war'. There is also no obligation to join the Army after you leave the cadets, the Army Cadet Force is NOT a recruiting tool for the British Army. actually it is a recruiting tool because a certain percentage come from the cadets.
No, the United States did not send any troops to fight before they entered the war. However, the US did send numerous weapons and aircraft to the British as aid. Furthermore, many Americans did join the British Army and Air force before the US entered the war.
The British army
65 I think. After that you could join the Home Guard.
The same as every other army - they fought.
They were basically the british army, the were establishe
you had to be at lest 15 to 35
To serve their country.
They were soundly beaten by he German Army.
By the British in World War.
'Jerries' was British army slang during the second world war for Germans. In the first world war, British soldiers were known as 'Tommies'.
There were a few reasons why the African Americans joined the British Army during the Revolutionary war. They joined because of the Dunmore's Proclamation which would give them freedom. Some also joined because they felt the need to fight for justice.
they join the army as nurses and hospital workers
when peopel are forcedto join the army
Adolf Hitler Left High School and went to join the German army (to join ww1) in 1913.
Uncle Sam wants you!
16 years of age
it was subjected to British rule, had a treaty with them.
Young men were persuaded to join the army by posters and to think that they are brave if they did not join they were called cowards and not so fit, you would also be given a wight feather.
Conscription was used in World War 1, when men wouldn't join the army the Government used conscription as a way of making men join. They had absolutely no choice.
What advantage did the British army have over the American Contitental army in the revolutionary war?
the adavantage to the british army over the American is they were dead
About a 160,000.
Some armies were volunteer like the Australian Army. Most others were conscription based. ie: You were forced to join otherwise you were put in prison or shot.
They had a larfe army. They were able to get a lot of men to join in to the army.
You had to be 18, or with parental permission 17, to join the military.
the British army came into being with unification of the kingdom of England and Scotland into the united kingdom of the great Britain in 1707. the new British army incorporated regiment that had already existed in England and Scotland. the British army has traditionally relied upon volunteer recruits, the only executions during the latter part of the first world war the second world war only during peace time, when conscription was enacted
Lots of people join World War 1 as most of them where Patriotic, which meant that if they died in a co use of a war (that they are fighting, in the honour of their country), they would be happy to do it for their nation. Also government did put up advertisements taht would persuade them to join the army.
The Gurkha soldiers fought on behalf of the British in World War 2. There was a separate 'Gurkha regiment' in British Army. The Gurkha soldiers were very faithful and obedient and they laid down their lives in the battlefield fighting for the British army.
World War One.
which men fought on the side of the british army during the french and Indian war
Bernard L. Montgomery
they pioneered tanks
Yes, it was invented by a colonel of the British Army.
Ireland was a neutral country, but under British rule and Britain was involved in the war. An Irish army was not involved in World War I, but many Irish people joined the British army and fought in the war.
He was a colonial officer in the British Army. BTW, the refusal of the British to commission colonials as regular officers likely contributed to Washington's decision to join the rebels during the American Revolution.
In that time joining the army in war was expresing finest man quality
It was Muhammed Ali, who refused to join the army during the Vietnam war.