How far was the British Expeditionary force dependent on commonwealth forces for its success Both Sided?
During World War II, the British Expeditionary Forces were fairly dependent on its commonwealth forces. They used the Royal Air Force, with also the help of France. ...
Asked in World War 2
How far was the British Expeditionary force dependent on commonwealth forces for its success. Both Sided.?
The British Expeditionary force was very dependent on commonwealth forces for its success during World War II because it initiated the help of the Royal Navy to impose a blockade on Germany. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2, Germany in WW2
Why were the British involved in the battle of Dunkirk?
The British Expeditionary Force was sent to France after the start of World War II in September, 1939. It was this army that was trapped after Hitler invaded France in May, 1940. ...
Asked in Australia in WW2
Why white Australians felt isolated from Britain?
The reason why (to me) is that we were a new country but were sill part of the British Commonwealth, so we were compelled to help out the British, and in the First World War or the Great War, we were the British Expeditionary Force and used mostly as cannon fodder before the actual British forces were sent in. ...
Asked in World War 1, History of Europe
What are the BEF in World War I?
The British Expeditionary Force. Arguably the finest body of men Britain has ever sent to war, a small highly trained force of professional soldiery. But the drain on manpower was great & mass conscription was needed to maintain the British in France & Belgium, the conscripts were gathered & died in their masses. ...
Asked in World War 1
How far was the British Exeditionary force dependent on Commomwealth forces for its success?
The WW! British Expeditionary force was dependent on Commonwealth forces for its success during war quite a bit. The war had put a lot of stress and causing them to be in a financial stain. British then had to grand territories their freedom. ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1
Was general haig general in World War 1 or World War 2?
British Field Marshal Haig commanded the BEF (British Expeditionary Force) in France for about the last three years of WWI. Lloyd George, in particular, detested Haig, but could not sack him because Haig was a favorite of the King. ...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Trench Warfare
Who was Field Marshal Douglas Haig?
Haig was the senior officer in charge of the British Expeditionary Force (the British Army in the Western Front in World War I). He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and was the son of John Haig the head of Haig & Haig whisky. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2
What key event took place at Dunkirk during world war 2?
The remnants of the British Expeditionary Force were taken back to Britain by a huge fleet of ship and small boats, many of them civilian. ...