The US 1st Army did have seggregated squaddies and the black squaddies did have a lot more freedom to 'socialise' with the local female population.There are GI Joes that are certainly the fathers of several Bristol inhabitants. GIs had much more money to lavish on the ladies and this did put the british Tommy's noise out of joint.What I'd like to know is did the US Army have any presence at all prior to October 1943? When did the Brislington barracks open?
It opened a road that aloud Allied soldiers to break the lines of German soldiers. The Allied soldiers who fought there had a big impact on society.
The french and Indian war had a huge impact on England it is....WHAT THE FRENCH WERE IN A WAR!
One impact from the wars on France and England was the settlement to new land that opened up.
India had British outposts in it, so it was an allied country. India's military itself, however, had little to no impact on the war.
It had a lot of impact on the rest of the world.
He created the Church of England.
Ecuador was an Allied country, but I do not think that they had a direct impact on the course of the war.
having a stronger governments but also left England and France with less influence than they had before. They both lost people! <3
It was very demoralising for the Germans, who now had to fight face to face wit Allied sodiers
Answer this question… The massive amount of Allied forces landing in Normandy caused the German army to retreat and the Allies to reclaim France.
Serbian nationalism increased tensions within Europe before World War I. Serbia wanted to create a pan-Slavic state in the Balkans which included Bosnia-Herzegovina, held by Austria-Hungary. Serbia was allied with Russia and Austria was allied with Germany. Russia allied with France. A war between Serbia and Austria threatened to involve the whole of Europe.
help the renaissance flourish in England
The Crusades did not impact England directly Indirectly however, the Crusades caused Richard I of England to go on his famous crusade and he would eventually die without ever seeing England again. His brother, John I, succeeded him, and proceeded to lose Normandy to the French, and face rebellions in England which culminated in John signing the famous Magna Carta.
Discuss the restoration and the glorious revolution and the impact each of these events have in England?
The Glorious Revolution helped turn England into a Constitutional Monarchy
No supplementary political stability.
There hostility between France and England, marked by the series of wars. During this period, England feared a French invasion led by Napoleon.
by making the church of England stopping the pope from having any impact on England`s religion
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It declared war on the king and that the colonies were free of England.
She tried to restor Catholicism in England.
He helped to rule England and defend it