Freedom of democracy and infrastructure for living conditions
The living conditions were fair. Obviously not as near fancy as first class because it was about $5,000 for a first class ticket.
North Dakota, it has roughly 23,000 people because of the living conditions
because there is no good medical conditions and bad living conditions. that all that pops in my head right now!
mainly by the black death. but people also died because of the awful living conditions
Because of all the dead people. You stupid fool.
Because of the very cold living conditions they'd have to endure.
Life in the trenches was very hard, because the soldiers never got to see their family and every where they went they always saw dead people or people they were suffering. The smell also was horrible there was most and all sorts of insect there and they where living and walking in there own waste.MW rules :)
New delhi living conditions are crowded with people and have large sewage problems.
Life in the World War 1 trenches was dirty, smelly and often full of diseases. There were also millions of rats in ww1 trenches. A pair of mating rodents could produce 900 young per year in trench conditions which further led to the spread of disease. Terrible sanitary conditions and close-quarters living created a fertile environment for many lethal illnesses, such as cholera, dysentery, malaria, scarlet fever, diphtheria and influenza, which spread from the trenches to inflict a raging worldwide epidemic that killed many millions of people during and after the war when soldiers returned home and spread it further. Most experts believe more people died from diseases fostered by the trenches, than from direct combat. Living conditions were considered so bad that every country that participated vowed to never repeat the mistake.
Reserve trenches were used as supplies for the trenches out the front. In world war one, they had come up with a technique of hiding in trenches before they fight. To do this properly, they had made them zig-zags. The trenches on the front line were where the soldiers would fight from. Reserve trenches were used in case these people had anything happen to them and they needed to use more trenches and more men. Throughout the war, the conditions of the front line trenches became worse as the communication and reserve trenches improved. I hope that helped :)
hi list of organisations which work to improve the living conditions of tribal people in Africa.
people came to america to get better jobs and education.they also came because living conditions were better
very bad. They were living in the attic.
The first Thai people came around 1923 because of the better living conditions and available jobs, and because it was a free country.
the housing conditions were filthy and dirty, the poor people rarley had clean water because the houses were so crowded
They were extremely awful. Especially because of the cholera which killed thousands of people. People had no clue germs caused diseases.
Because it was necessary. It is pretty necessary to build up a country and better the living conditions of the people.
it has a nice living condition and it has a lot of people about 17,000,000 people WOW now that's a lot of people
The living conditions in Haiti are different than the UK. In the large cities there are millions of people living in slums and substandard housing. there are some wealthy people living in haiti who have properly built houses, but the majority asre lining in poverty. haiti is the the poorest counrty in the western hemisphere and overall the living conditions are rather poor.
You got hot food. Some people survived. Nothing else really :/ revised: hot food was not too likely, unless it was made in the trenches. Overall trench living was miserable, especially during wet & cold periods.
the district 12 living conditions are not that great and many people have diseases because rain snow wind ect all get in the house and make them sick they do not live in nice condition
people died with diseases, got trench foot from being in the wet mud and got shot basically
Routine was so important in WW1 trenches because if it wasn't people could get lost or people could go places they weren't allowed and they could die