The thousands of military personnel that served proudly from the state of Maine is not going to be on a specific listing anywhere. You might try specific communities, they often erected monuments with the soldiers from their town. The US GenWeb sites may be able to provide listings by counties.
We do not have the specific names of the Native American who fought in World War 2 in our database. You can get their names from the World War 2 museum. I have provided a link for you so you can contact them. Thanks.
General Pershing whoever put this answer does not know what they are talking about
bob doleAudie Murphey was the most decorated soldier in the entire war
Public records in Colorado show the known soldiers who fought in World War 2. These lists may not be 100 percent accurate or intact, but they are one of the best ways to learn the names of the soldiers who fought in the war. However, finding these lists and documents may be a bit challenging.
101st airborne website
there are thousands so too many to name
If you need specific names you can contact the Royal Armed Forces records place or see if one of the memorials in Canada has the names listed. See links below.
The armoured infantry were hoplites. The light infantry were peltasts.
Jake Mowat was probably the main soldier to kill most of the people in the World War II, but ID1156581762 doesn't know soldiers with B in their last names in the War.
The only one I can think, of is Douglas MacArthur & Jean Corbin.
A question about slang names for soldiers have already been answered in other Questions. American soldiers: GI Joe - Yank (Draftees usually) British: Tommy German: Tedeschi (Italian) - Kraut See Question: What slang terms did German soldiers use for French soldiers in World War 1?
The Russian soldiers were called Bolsjeviks.
I read in readers digest that the native american Indian gave that name buffalo soldiers to the negro soldiers....because they the black soldiers had tightly curled hair ...sort of like the hair of a buffalo
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Axis and Allies
"Civil War" is a proper noun. So would be any of the names of the battles or the soldiers who fought in them.
The conventional names of the beaches were Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, Sword.
Allies and Axis
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