3rd Army - commanded by Gen George Patton.
Patch is a BLUE circle with a RED border and a WHITE "A". 6th Army was a GREEN circle with a WHITE 6-pointed Star with RED Trim and a RED "A" in the center of the star. The A is very prominant. Anti-Aircraft Command was a WHITE circle with BLUE trim and two(2) RED "A" in the center. Allied Forces HQwas a circle with "AF" in the center.
The Brown Bear.
Women in the workplace
4,000 gold stars are on the wall because they symbolize the world war 2.
Rising sun= rising empire
He was on a farm during a world war and there was no pepsi.
Women in the work place
The heart with wings had a great meaning in world war 2. It was awarded to those who completed their aerial navigation course.
uncle sam symbolize helping out in the war
Harry Patch was, until recently, the oldest surviving veteran of World War I in Britain. He died very recently so he would no longer be listed as a surviving vet.
the importance of the New york's World Fair was to symbolize world unity during the war.
depends on what it is i would need to see a pic
he was 18. he celebrated his 19th birthday in the trenches
Rosie the Riveter.
They mean that one is for agriculture and the other one is for the industrial materials that the state contributed to the war that in someway helped the victory of the war.
SAS Special Air Service if your referring to British knives.
Black Patch War - album - was created on 2008-05-20.
some guy from world war 2 so that they could patch up their fighter jets.
A white star inside a blue circle
Symbolized the Army Air Corps;
every star symbolizes 100 soldiers who died in ww2
no. the last trench soldier was harry patch. died at the age of 111
no, the last hero of world war one died in 2009, Harry Patch