I believe that the latest count was over 3 million Americans served in the armed forces during ww2. Note that only 1 out of 6 was a combat soldir. It took 5 soldiers to keep 1 soldier fighting.
The Armed Forces grew to 16,000,000 from farms, towns, and cities all across the US.
2 million enlisted to fight for the war in 1914.
slaves, mercenaries, and native americans
They fought the Nazis, Japanese, and Italians.
Egypt fort with the Americans i think?
There were close to 1 million African American soldiers that fought with the allied troops during World War II. Prior to 1941 African Americans were deemed unfit for war and were not allowed to fight on the front lines.
Because they wanted to defend their country and free those that were oppressed.
He fighted with the Americans
Calvin Leon Graham. He enlisted in WW2 at the age of 12.
The Americans fought with determination and unbreakable spirit. As a result the Americans were able to obliterate the Japense and destory the Nazi alliance.
they fought for the Americans but all died in battle
because of how well African americans did durintg the war they started to fight for equal recognition which set up civil rights
In the US it was about 6,332,000 or 38 percent of the Armed Forces.100,000 :|]
Either live in the Japanese Concentration/Internment camps or fight in Europe.
During the first world war, some Americans might have chosen to remain neutral because they believed that it was Europe's fight, and should therefore leave them to fight it. Americans may also not have the strong ties to England (as England's allies did), because of the American Revolution that happened only decades earlier?
where did they fight in britain during world war 2
If you're talking about WWII, no; many Americans enlisted in the Canadian Armed Forces to fight, until the U.S. was attacked and joined the war.
alot because they wanted to help fight for their county too, so blacks were allowed to enter the war...and fight on the front lines.
Americans fought in trenches in several wars, but mostly in World War 1.
One reason Navajo were enlisted was because they were extremely useful as code talkers. They had a code spoken through their native language that was never broken.