British Expeditionary Force.
BEF stood for British Expeditionary Force, a disivision of sources from England and its colonies.
British Expeditionary Force
Douglas Haig was a British soldier, a British Field Marshal, and a British Commander of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in world war 1.
British Expeditionary Force. This was the British Army which was stationed in France in 1939 and was trapped in and rescued from Dunkirk when the Germans overran France.
now do you mean after the cold war or during. if during it was from all the fear of nuclear attack
Please clarify: Do you mean, What were the houses like in Germany during World War Two? Or are you refering to the Royalty such as the House of Hapsburg?
cause of death
It sounds to me as if you mean World War 2.
what was the impact of the war during the world war II
Definitely not- those two topics are completely unrelated. World War one does not mean anything- it was a huge war. Sportsmanship involves being polite during sports.