The colonists realized after fighting alongside British soldiers that they were outnumbered. The colonists didn't like the British soldiers.
They never saw their families 'cause they were fighting and over 50 million people in wwll died so it was hard, tiring and definitley brutal
it was hard it was hard it was hard
John Hershey(who wrote "Hiroshima" and was a war correspondent) was with some US soldiers at the front lines. He posed the question to a group of soldiers: "What are you fighting for?" There was a long pause of silence. Then one soldier said "I like apple pie". One said something like "I would like a turkey dinner". Then one said "I miss baseball". Each soldier began to express things of home that he longed for. This was their way of expressing the real reason what they were fighting for. Soldiers were not fighting for Country or even their unit. They may have been fighting to help and protect their buddies. But the real reason they fought was that they longed to protect their home and family and return to the American way of life.
yes, like a lot.
horrible they had no food at all
I think it was as bad for them as for all the other soldiers who fought in WoW 1.
Very bad There was a lot of mud Toxic gases Smells like rats lice everywhere dead bodies on the floor
life was short
they cam into the battle with lots of soldiers, none of which were injured or tired like soldiers from other countries who had been fighting for a long time. these new soldiers helped to win the war
Mostely K rations or non perishibel food like soupe and other stuff like that.
African-American soldiers felt like they were fighting racism back home.
It made them appreciate life more...and live life like there was no tomorrow.
Life was hard mainly in the trenches, many soldiers got trench foot.
It was very hard , some days soldiers had to do 10hours of solid work, most of it had nothing to do with fighting in the trenches.
we can not totatly imagine what the soldiers of world war 1 went through. but we can honor their memory, their sacrifice, and always remember .
what was the personal life like for a ww2 German soldier
i have no idea like?
Life During WW2Many Chinese were victimised and other races were spared.There were hardships, sufferings and killings by the Japanese soldiers.The Japanese soldiers invaded Singapore on 15th Feb 1942.
It was basically a skinny and relatively deep pit surrounded with barbed wire that was used for fighting. The trench was like a barricade and protected the soldiers from direct gunfire.
yes they do by training,fighting and many more like bathing in bath houses.
When Afghanistan jet fighters are fighting US jet fighters. When Afghanistan tanks are fighting US tanks. When Afghanistan warships are fighting US warships. When Afghanistan soldiers are fighting US soldiers. Then it will be like Vietnam. Right now, it just a law enforcement issue; finding terrorists, arresting them, or terminating them.