The parachutes in World War 2 were reusable except when they were in enemy territory. They had to bury their chutes then.
i heard there were but i am not sure
Nylon was used to make materials in the war such as parachutes and ropes.
Silk, up until the war. Japan controlled all the silk-making areas, so silk was unobtainable, for either parachutes or ladies hosiery. Both are made of the synthetic nylon today.
The cost to change their color was considered prohibitive.
Yes. There were many occasions when troops were parachuted in.
They made ammunition, parachutes, weapons, bombs and plane engines. by the way ur really dumb not to know that...
It wasn't. Pantyhose did not make an appearance until 1959. Stockings made of silk and nylon were due to need for parachutes
Because of it's light weight and strength.
the women made the uniforms in world war 2.
Paratroopers used butterfly knives in ww2 to cut away their parachutes lines.
I don't know but the Americans used them to make parachutes.
Because all of DuPont's nylon production was focused on the war effort, for parachutes, tents, etc.
All the food has been rationed.Nylon was rationed in World War 2 because it was needed to make parachutes with.
White for Allies and yellow for Germans Some were colored to identify cargo container contents or camoflaged to hide.
People would draw on stockings and would have to give away dresses to make parachutes!!
France was NOT powerful in World War 2.
they were used to help the solders attack the Germans from the air and if the plane was going to crash they would use them to save themselves.
World war 2
in what country did the world war 2 start and what were the allies?
During World War 2 a lot of clothes were still made at home by hand. There were a few companies that made clothes in the US.
To win the war