Several countries of the Commonwealth like New Zealand and Australia volunteered for the war for many reasons. These reasons were duty, honour, peer pressure, influential propaganda, the seeking of adventure, a growing sense of nationalism, the lack of wars in the European area since the 1870s and an increase level of literacy in the soldiers that led many to romanticize the war.
As you can see, the answer to this question is in not simple. There are many variables and factors that contributed to the volunteering for the war.
The most influential factors would be duty and loyalty to the British Empire. Additionally, a growing sense of Nationalism in the colonies and the sense of adventure of many soldiers that led them to volunteer. Much of the Great War was romanticized during its initial years also due to high levels of literacy and propaganda.
so that they could fight for there country
Yes, Black Soldiers did fight in World War 1
The Volunteer state How it came this nickname lots of soldiers died in war and they volunteered to fight in the war
in WORLD war I as well as WORLD war II
world war 1 how did soldiers fight in trenches
was this in world war 1 or 2?
The Canadian soldiers went to your under pants to fight.
The British soldiers volunteer to fight in World War one, because or Patriotism. however, some other reasons could be the that were put up by the government to motivate the soldiers to volunteer in the war. some also volunteered because of peer pressure from there and relatives. peer pressure was mostly applied on teenage boys or young boys by their mates or some boys even faked their age to show there how brave they were , however many lost their life because of the war and faking their age costed their life.
The New Zealand soldiers fought in Crete.
America didn't fight in World War 1!
World War I was fought in central and east Europe
Both. In the beginning they enlisted (volunteered). When the reality of war struck them (the horrors of war); they had to be forced to fight (drafted).
they fought in houses
No India as a country did not fight in world war 1 however some Indian soldiers assisted British soldiers in the war. Hope this helps :)
they volunteered to fight in the war because of peer pressure and the need of the government. they volunteered to fight in the war because of peer pressure and the need of the government.
49 000 soldiers were sent to fight in the Vietnam war.
It was invaded.
Yes, many men fought in the world war 1. There were soldiers as well as ordinary men.