General Lee of virginia led the confederate army and General Grant led the union army
MacArthur then Ridgeway.
US Army General Pershing led US Ground Forces in France in WW One. General John "Black Jack" Pershing
General Douglas MacArthur led the US Army while Admiral Chester Nimitz led the US Navy.
John pershing. BRO.
Robert E Lee.
The United States Army.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor led to the US entry into WW2
The commander of Union forces of the second US Civil War Battle of Bull Run was General John Pope. He led his army, the newly created Army of Virginia. Supplementing this army were Corps from George McClellan's Army of the Potomac. These Corps were:. III Corps led by General Heintzelman V Corps led by General Porter IX Corps led by General Reno
Captain Seth Thornton, US Army. Colonel Anastasio Torrejon, Mexican Army.
General Robert E Lee
George Washington was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army from beginning to end.
The immediate cause was Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. This caused the US to declare war on Japan, which led to Germany and Italy declaring war on the US.
The development by the US of the atomic bomb in World War 2 led most directly to the beginning of the Cold War.
They had an army the size of Portugal and Japan had the biggest army in the world
The answer of this question depends heavily on which nation's army you are referring to. As for the United States, the US declared war on Germany in 1917. The first forces to fight were the Navy and the Marines (so-called "Doughboys"). General John J. Pershing lead the American Expeditionary Forces (Army) into what little combat the US was involved in, in Europe.