What did the German soldiers think about the US soldiers?
they werent there country was i think it was a German or Italian word
us had 160,000 germany had 100,000 us 160,000 soldiers germany 100,000 soldiers
Jerry Jerry was the British term. US soldiers called them Krauts or Nazis.
During WW2 around 18.2 million soldiers served in the German military. Im not sure about the US army.
Germany is auchwitz
The German word for "soldiers" is "Soldaten".
At the beginning of the war, German soldiers seemed to be genuinely on Hitler's side. They believed in him because he was able to turn around the German economy, and make things better for the German people. By the end of the war, however, most of the German soldiers, and especially the leaders, realized that Hitler had gotten them into an impossible war.
The Germans referred to the British as 'Tommys'.
2,050,897 German soldiers died in ww1
16,000 German soldiers were killed in the invasion of Poland.
how many german soldiers returned to germany after the war.
Nobody has ever counted and nobody will ever tell.
there were 26,200,000 soldiers in the wehrmacht
No, German soldiers did not invade Scotland.
Most German soldiers on the Eastern Front had a good idea of what was going on.
british soldiers were called TOMMIES german soldiers were called FRITZ or JERRIES british soldiers were called TOMMIES german soldiers were called FRITZ or JERRIES
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
4,247,143 German soldiers were wounded in battle during the Great War.
about 30,00 German soldiers were killed in world war one
German soldiers were not all supportive of Hitler.
Wilson made the CPI (Committee on Public Information) picture German soldiers as blood thirsty "Huns". And the US all thought differently of German soldiers and Anti-German feeling grew. For example, German language wasn't taught in school, German newspapers were closed, and music written by Germans would never play.
Sergeant Alvin York of the US Army is probably who you are asking about. Although he didn't do it single-handedly, he only had a handful of soldiers under his command, and they were able to capture over 130 German soldiers in a single battle in October 1918. He was awarded the highest citation a US soldier can earn, the Medal of Honor, for this action.
Allied soldiers were in German POW camps. German soldiers were in Allied POW camps.
violaters of human rights
The soldiers were German, from Germany.
The Battle of Britain was an air campaign. No German soldiers were wounded, only airmen.
i have no idea so please help
First Battle of Ypres: 50,000-85,000 French soldiers 21,000 Belgian soldiers 19,500 German soldiers Second Battle of Ypres: 70,000 Allied soldiers 35,000 German soldiers Battle of Passchendaele (Third Battle of Ypres): Between 200,000-500,000 Allied soldiers (total figures are disputed) Between 250,000-400,000 German soldiers Battle of the Lys (Fourth Battle of Ypres): 120,000 Allied soldiers 120,000 German soldiers Fifth Battle of Ypres: Exact figures not available. Proceeded by the Battle of Courtrai.
Most German soldiers on the Eastern Front knew, at least in outline.
The German soldiers found Anne in the secret annex, where she and some other Jews, and her family were hiding.
i think its because they went along with what Hitler believed was right a.k.a the perfect German who was robust, blond hair,blue eyes even though Hitler was not that himself.
British and Americans mainly, but the British also got the German on their side ( the German soldiers were called Hessans)
210 million German soldiers fought in WW1..... or was it 210? i cant remember :D
They were portrayed as barbaric men often compared to animals.
Named for a puppet that French kids gave to US soldiers for good luck Rin Tin Tin was what kind of dog?
The American soldiers defeated the German soldiers Christmas day.
Those were German soldiers in World War II that were a special unit
yes if they were German soldiers and normal menor they were killed
When German and French soldiers were fighting, German U-Boats starting sinking American ships for no reason, that's why the US joined the fighting.
Italians thought highly about Germans because the Germans had better skills, better weapons, and better morale.
for pride in their contry
Derogatory term used by Brits for German soldiers. German soldiers were also called Huns and Boche.
5.53 Million German Soldiers were reportedly to be killed during World War 2.
There are about 23,000 German soldiers buried in in the Normady region.
The number of German soldiers who served in the German Military in World War I was 13,250,000. The number of American military personnel that served during World War I was 4,743,826.
They were German soldiers. About half of them were from German region of Hesse and the other were from other small German small reigns. For that reason they were called "Hessians" without distinction by the Americans.
no, the french were very against the German soldiers, and sided with England instead Baloney. Some did, and some did not. France was split. Some French soldiers, most natably Marshal Petain, became German allies. Others like General de Gaulle sided with England and fought against the Germans.
They got the name "Devil Dogs" (Teufelhunde) from the German Soldiers in WW1 at Belleau Wood, 1918