Which served as arteries to farmers and also links to the world?
These rivers were transportation arteries for farm and industrial productsThey were links to ports and other parts of the world?
St. Lawrence and Mississippi Rivers
if you attach your veins and arteries together,it will go around the world
If you laid all of your bodies veins and arteries in a line it would circle the world twice.
Eligible men were usually drafted and served in the military (mostly Army), while women worked as nurses and in factories. There were male/female farmers, railroad workers and a few other civilian tasks, but, most men served in the military and most women worked in factories. A few women served in the military, but, these were volunteers (99% of the time).
twice round the world
It effected British farmers by
During World War 1 (1914-1918) over 420,000 Australians served in various services and arenas; out of that approximately 60,000 lost their lives (14%) and 137,000 were wounded (32% of the total who served). Australian (as well as New Zealand) troops served with distinction in many famous battles during this time. Servicemen and women who served and lost their lives during the "Great War" are still honored in Australia and New Zealand on ANZAC day, which… Read More
World War 1 had a positive effect on farmers in Britain and the US. Due to an increase in railroads, farmers were able to ship their goods to other locations.
In an average person, all the blood vessels, veins, arteries, and capillaries lined up one to the other can go around the world at least twice.
4,734,991 U.S. servicemembers served in World War I.
thousands of people served and died in world war two.
When the hunters and gatherers became farmers the food security of the world population did increase.
well i found that 1,000,000,000+ people served in battle of world war 1.
No, he said his grandfather served.
Farmers used mules to pull the implements such as plows.
Because the US Government asked farmers to grow hemp.
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Ernest Hemingway served as an ambulance driver in World War I.
The COMMANDER that served in world war 2 is Commander Leon who fought against Germany
What calvary units from Ohio served in WW1?
There were many soldiers that served in World War I from around the world. The state of Oklahoma provided 75 of these soldiers.
Farmers overproduced farm crops.
H. Truman Eisenhower and FDR served just not overseas
The number of German soldiers who served in the German Military in World War I was 13,250,000. The number of American military personnel that served during World War I was 4,743,826.
16 million served 408,000 died
Farmers would have to grow things like wheat with the help of the Land Girls.
Almost everyone eats food that is grown by farmers. Without farmers, most of the population of the world would starve.
The medical emergency services for the wounded began at the front and extended to the hospitals in the United States and England. There were doctors, nurses, medics who served in tents and hospital ships and the hospitals. See the stories of these amazing people on the links below.
Farmers feed the world.
Yes, American food and foods from all over the world, are served in Dublin.
About 350,000 US women served in the US military.
4.7 million men and women served in WW1.
Joseph Joffre was a famous French general who served during the First World War. He served in the military from 1871 to 1919.
960 million people fought or served in World War 1. 1,963,208,400 people served or fought in World War 2. These figures include all nations involved, all the armed forces and includes women who served.
There is food all over the world and before they became farmers they probably ate what they could find.
The depression & drought hit farmers on the Great Plains Your Welcome ;D
Why during the 1920s did farmers receive lower prices for their crops than they did during World War 1?
Farmers overproduced farm crops.
Australia fought on the side of the Allies. Thanks to her British colonial history, she retained close links with Britain and placed men, ships, and planes at Britain's disposal. Australians served bravely in all theaters of war.
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The answer to your question: 16,353,700 men & women served in the armed forces during World War Two.
52 million people are served at McDonalds daily, around the world. Sources: www.mcdonalds.com
they served in small ditches to anyone injured . They served behind the lines with their male colleagues in hospitals. Stretcher bearers served in the front lines and these were all male.
575,799 Australians served overseas during WWII out of a Military force of 993,000.
In the US Navy, 2,981,365 persons served during WW2.
They stopped counting themselves. Now they simply say billions & billions served.
Roughly 120 - 300 Australian Aborigines served during WW2.
No I don't believe so, I think it is your veins and arteries that can go around the world twice.
Cocoa farmers are some of the poorest people in the world and many of them earn on average about £50 a year.
She served in WORLD WAR 1