There has been a long history (from Fenian times) through to the present of the IRA bombing English targets. In the 1970's this was done out of a sense of "one bomb in London is worth 100 in Belfast". Also, according to "Armed Struggle:The History of the IRA" by Richard English British negotiators had said during secret negotiations with the IRA that a large bombing campaign would persuade them to leave Northern Ireland.
President Nixon's Christmas bombing (Operation Linebacker II) of 1972, the US Air Force's maximum effort B52 bombing campaign designed to bring Hanoi to its knees.
By bombing pearl harbor
War had been declared and Germany hoped to bring Britain to the peace table . The redoubtable Winston Churchill stood firm in the face of Nazi terror tactics . "The Blitz" , the German bombing campaign , lasted 7 September 1940 through 10 May 1941 . ~ Look to the related link below for more information .
A desperate search by the US to bring the war to a close.
he brought christmas trees to britain
bring it on
Those were the last steps to bring the war to an end.
to bring an end of WW2, but also to make japan surrender
To destroy their will to fight; to bring them to the negotiation table (peace talks).
The information on the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing are so large, that you need to read a lot of papers in the internet. No site will bring the whole information.
food and rules
Paul danso was the first to bring about internet protocol service in 1970s
"Bring integrity back to the white house
Russia had nothing to do with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Those missions were undertaken by the United States on its own initiative to bring about a speedy termination of the war.
No, potatoes originated in the Americas and were not brought to Britain until the Tudor period.
Yes, the word 'campaign' is both a noun (campaign, campaigns) and a verb (campaign, campaigns, campaigning, campaigned).The noun 'campaign' is a word for a series of military operations in a particular area or for a particular purpose; a word for a connected series of activities designed to bring about a particular result; a word for a thing.
A campaign can help and hurt the image of a candidate because the political war can bring the best and worst about the person to the surface.
Blitzkrieg was an intense military campaign the Germans carried out in the beginning of WWII, and was intended to bring about a swift victory by overrunning the opposing forces. Blitz was the name given to the prolonged, intensive bombing of cities. Notably London and other major English cities during WWII by the Germans.