What was the Native Americans' involvement in World War 2?
Probably the most profound effect that Native Americans had on WWII was in the Pacific theater. It was here that the code talkers were introduced. The Japanese never broke any code that the code talkers used. Matter of fact, during the cold war, a little known bit of history is that the Soviet Union went thru many efforts to procure the languages that were used by our code talkers and taught it to their GRU operatives. This way if we tried to do that to them, they could counter it. Also one of the Marines that raised the flag at Iowa Jima was Ira Hayes.
the homefront had to give up supplies such as bread and flour and metal. and the Americans lived off of rations during the us involvement with the war. the homefront had to give up supplies such as bread and flour and metal. and the Americans lived off of rations during the us involvement with the war.
Most Native Americans sided with the British in the War of 1812. American settlers were encroaching on their land, and Native Americans had already been in conflict with them before the war. The British also made efforts in the peace treaty to preserve the rights of the Native Americans, however these were mostly ignored.
The reason why Americans want a world of peace with no military entaglements is that millions of people in Europe died uncessarily for many unsolved issues and reasons. The Americans wished they had never go to war in Europe because it solved nothing and cause more problems with the Treaty of Versailles.
this bombing forced Americans to go to war when previously they did not want involvement It changed the course of WW2 because it fored the American Millitary to enter World War when before they wamted no involvement. As a result of the attack the American Millitary bombed the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.The attack also marked the beginning of the Pacific War.