Asked in World War 2, Caribbean Islands
Why were the Caribbean islands important in world war 2?
The United States established submarine bases in the Caribbean before and during WWII. The Caribbean islands proved vital to the protection of the United States. ...
Asked in Spanish-American War
What where the locations in the Spanish American War?
It was fought on the Caribbean Islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico as well as in the Pacific Islands of the Philippines. ...
Who lost the French and Indian War and how was the land divided after the war?
The French lost the French and Indian War. France retained two islands in Canada, Haiti, a few islands in the Caribbean, and a sliver of South America. ...
What did the Cook Islands do in World War 1?
There is no record of the Cook Islands' or New Zealand's direct involvement in World War 1. During the period of the war, however, the Cook Islands was a British protectorate. ...
Asked in Video Games
When was Pirates of the Caribbean world at war published?
Seems you have asked about 2 games Lego Pirates of the Caribbean May 10, 2011 and Call of Duty: World at War November 11, 2008 ...
Asked in World War 1
How did World War 1 affect th relations between men and women?
how did world war one affect the relations between men and women? how did world war one affect the relations between men and women? ...
Asked in World War 2
What islands in Oceania were important during World War 2?
Here is a list of important islands in the pacific region during World War 2: Hawaii Papua New Guinea Chuuk Island State. Solomon Islands ...
Asked in World War 2, Pearl Harbor, Japan in WW2, Japan
Did japan occupy any American islands in World War 2?
Japan occupied the islands of Wake, and the Phillipenes, as well as the Marshall islands ...
What territory did the US purchase from Denmark to protect US interests in the Caribbean?
The US purchased the Virgin Islands (US Virgin Islands) for $25 million USD in 1917. During World War I , the US feared that Germany might establish a submarine base on the islands, threatening Atlantic trade. The islands had become an economic drain on Denmark, and most Danish citizens favored the sale. ...