It had a huge effect on the soldiers. The soldiers came back home and had to "push the women" back to their house work so the men could do the labor work. They also had quite a bit of money form the war and when they came back they wanted to spend it, on things for entertainment and to help their families. And because of the spending splurge it lead to the depression.
The question should read "How did cholera AFFECT the soldiers in World War I?"
they got slimed
The most common ongoing effect of soldiers fighting in World War 1 was shell shock or what is now called post-traumatic stress disorder. Trench foot was also common in World War 1.
the war had a negative effect on Britain. They lost many citizens and soldiers in the war. their cities were also in shambles because of the German bombers.
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
they were unknown soldiers from world war 1, world war 2, Vietnam war, and the Korean war
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Germany and Italy took part in the Spanish Civil War, testing their soldiers and weapons.
In World War I about 9.7 million soldiers died. In World War II about 24 million soldiers died.
I am not being facetious: The biggest effect of World War I was World War II.
"Use of tobacco among World War II soldiers had an extraordinary effect on relieving the tedium of war, but hooked an entire generation into nicotine addiction."
The French soldiers in World War I were known as poilu.
how did world war 2 affect the civilians and the soldiers
Over one million Asian soldiers died in World War 1.
World War I and World War II were fought with soldiers, but the Cold War wasn't.
Nurses treated soldiers in world war one...
well if you go on goole and type in info on world war soldiers you should get an answer
See the question: What did the soldiers in World War 2 eat?
Yes, Black Soldiers did fight in World War 1
British soldiers in world war 1 had 6oz
Russia had the most soldiers in World War Two they sent over 12 million soldiers into the War.
The flamethrower is a type of weapon where the operator shoots burning fuel. Its effect on World War I and the soldiers who fought in it was mostly psychological; the injuries and deaths it inflicted were particularly gruesome.
in WORLD war I as well as WORLD war II