how was the us economy mobilized for war
Russia mobilized 140,000 troops in World 1 Russia mobilized 140,000 troops in World 1 Russia mobilized 140,000 troops in World 1 Russia mobilized 140,000 troops in World 1
The number of troops mobilized in WW2 were:62 Million -the Allies31 Million-the Axis
About 100 million from all countries were mobilized.
An estimated 43,000 servicemen mobilized for WWI died of influenza (Crosby).
AnswerThe number of troops mobilized was 62 million men and women for the Allies and about 31 million for the Axis Powers.
A total of 16 Million men were mobilized in the German army in World War II.
Germany mobilized the most troops. yeah Germany ROCKS man! best in the world
Roughly 2.4 million enlisted is what i read in a book.
Japan had approximately 6 million men under arms during WW2.
Although Japan did declare war on Germany in world war 1 they never actually mobilized any men. They did, however, send aid and supplies to other counties during the war.
Yes, we mobilized a total of 4,355,000 troops.
Total casualties: 320,518 Killed or died: 116,516 Wounded: 204,002 Total mobilized: 4,734,991
There were over 65 million soldiers mobilized to for WWI on all sides. Over 57 percent of all the men mobilized for the war perished on the battle field.
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The War or World War 2.
they went to war with russia because russia mobilized their troops too the German border. and were allied with austria-Hungary.
The War Production Board told factories what to produce, just as they did in World War II
The French and Indian war was fought between the French/Indians vs the British/Indians. The British mobilized about 42,000 men (soldiers/militia) and the French mobilized about 20,100 men.
During the course of WW One, Germany had mobilized 3.5 million men. This in fact was larger than Russia's 3.0 million. Part of this was due to the simple inability of the Russian government to handle an organized mobilization project.