With honor and dignity. They had families and jobs to come home too. Americans and Canadians were willing and able to provide what their fighting boys needed. Unfortunately, I was embarrassed to learn last year on a program that 400 Canadian soldier's graves had no head stones! To me this was a slap in the face to all soldiers that fought in WWII.
In general, they were treated as outcasts and demonized by many whom they encountered back here in "the world."
African Americans were still treated with discrimination and prejudice, so they served in racially segregated units.
Nurses treated soldiers in world war one...
they were given monkeys
WWII men fought the good war. Vietnam returnees were treated as losers.
During World War I, American soldiers were stationed in France. In July of 1918, there were over a million American soldiers there.
American Soldiers came to Britain in World War II to help out.
They had to wipe the butts of the white soldiers, and be sex slaves to white soldiers who wanted to get off.
they treated them with low respect and did not even like them they treated them like scum
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
Harry Houdini saved money and donated it to help the wounded soldiers after world war I
2 million american soldiers
110,000 soldiers died in World War 1.
they calles the Germans krauts
American soldiers were also known as doughboys
They treated the US soldiers terribly.
How many US soldiers served in World War 2?
Approximately 74,000 American soldiers from World War 2 are still unaccounted for.
American Society of Civil Engineers's motto is 'A better world by design.'.
it was very very bad the soldiers were beaten up and ill treated
the answer is doughboys