The argument over not going to war was that 1. we had no alliences and 2. the mothers didnt want their beautiful child killing someone elses beautiful child
and for going to war there was 1. this was our mother country that was being defeted and needed our help, 2. If we didnt get involved we couldn't prove to Britain that we are a strong country even though we were only 13 years old at the time.
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australians involvment in ww1
Arguments against economic integration world leader command?
Religion, Morals, and health
Vladimir Lenin was against the involvement of Russia in world war 1. this made him enter into a treaty with central powers to end the involvement of Russia in the war.
The arguments made against giving women the right to vote before the world war were far and wide. Many of the arguments included that a woman's place was in the home, and that women were not knowledgeable enough to vote, because it was a man's world.
its gay its gay
Isolationists and America Firsters
In the Middle East and Battle for Britain against Germany and against Japan in South East Asia.
the finding of the Nye Committee
Eugene V. Debs
Eugene V. Debs
Antarctica, ok make it into a world wilderness park. Nobody cares.
39,366 deaths 575,799 served
Russian was part of the "Great Alliance," and fought against the Axis Evils.
the findings of the Nye Committee
AnswerThere were many Americans against US involvement in WW2 including prominent individuals like Charles Lindberg and Henry Ford.countries were also wagainst the usa including a major one is Germany!
The sinking of American convoy ships in the Atlantic.
Was the US involvement in World War 1 justified why or why not?
Land reform, or agrarian reform, involves the changing of laws and regulations regarding land ownership. Most arguments for agrarian reform focus on its social and economic benefits while arguments against it focus on the possibility of the reforms resulting in the disadvantage or victimization of certain people.
Australias allies in World War1 were Great Britain, France, Russia and the usa.
Jeanette Rankin (She was also the only person to vote against involvement in both World War I and World War II)
The event that lead to the US involvement in World War 2 was the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, USA. It was this "surprise" attack on the United States that triggered our retaliation against the Japanese, and our involvement in the War.