over 1000000 troops were used and they were sent into
People put yellow ribbons in trees, used "Support our Troops" bumper stickers, sent food, clothing and letters to the troops in Iraq. People put yellow ribbons in trees, used "Support our Troops" bumper stickers, sent food, clothing and letters to the troops in Iraq.
Many Australians held that their troops were often used as sacrificial lambs sent out to be slaughtered while British troops were held in reserve and spared. Canadians shared the same sentiment after the Raid at Dieppe. (And rightly or wrongly, many hold on to those feelings within the British Empire today.)
A lot. Pigs were used to feed the troops on both sides. And there were many, many troops.
American troops were used in Russia during there revolution along with English troops fighting on the side of the whites defending the Czar against the reds.
Bombing the enemy troops.
Allied troops found many death and concentration camps.
I Belive that there were p-51s,dc-3s and other ones that im not sure about. The Allies used thousands of planes for bombing and attacking the German troops and supplies. They sent all the aircraft that could be used in any way. So basically, any aircraft that was stationed in UK was sent to support the invasion. On the day of the invasion, the German air force only sent two FW-190 fighters to attack the troops.
Spanish used it as a mission for native americans. Later, Mexico had troops in it that were later sent away by the Texas army. Santa Anna took it back on March 6, 1836. Mexican troops left after Texas won its independence. Used as museum thereafter.
On 6th June 1944 - Juno Beach - 21,400 Canadian troops were landed.
In 1798 Napoleon used 30,000 troops when he invaded Egypt. Napoleon believed that Egypt was a weak point in Britain's world empire. One goal of the invasion was to control the Mediterranean's route to India.
Many Diwali cards are sent each year. Cards are used to wish relatives and friends.
Not in the American Military, It was used by the Germans.
The Colonial Wars, with Portugal's former colonies. We sent some troops to France during the first World War, but ended up abandoning them up there because someone killed Portugal's king (who was pro-allies) and instated a republic government (who couldn't care less). During the second World War we were ruled by a fascist government, much like Germany and Italy, that supplied tungsten to Germany, who then used it to build tanks. The allies were upset about it, so we grudgingly backed off and sent some supplies, but no troops.
No, it was American troops that captured the Ludendorff railroad bridge at Remagen on March 7, 1945. It was American troops that used the bridge to cross the Rhine River at that location. The British troops under Montgomery were further north preparing to cross in their offensive sector. Also, this same bridge was used by American, French & possibly British troops after the end of the First World War (in 1918 & 1919) to cross the Rhine River. The bridge was built during the First World War.
william used norman troops
While some trenching was used in the 19th century to protect troops from artillery, trench warfare saw its zenith in World War I. The elaborate earthworks, while miserable for many, likely saved the lives of many thousands.
They are used to keep up the spirit and vitality of our troops.
The lanquage of the Navajo Indians.
Jews were sent to death camps where diseases spread and many germans killed jews there.
The Colonel is about to address the troops. Bob Hope used to entertain the troops that were in the war zones.
During WW1 the flamethrowers were used to clear out enemy trenches in order for your troops to be able to take them over.
Yes, but they were used primarily by the Allies, because the Axis powers eventually did not have the resources to drop down troops.
There were airborne troops from America, Britain, and Canada. Approximately 24,000 Americans and around 18,000 British and Canadians flew.
Troops in World War II used the password 'flash'. It was meant to be answered in return with the password 'thunder.'
dogs had numerous tasks for instance Russia trained dogs to destroy tanks America used dogs to locate ammunitian depots or to locate troops MIA Germany used dogs to maul enemy troops.