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World War 2
Why does America send it's Armed Froces everywhere through out the world when there is any type of problem?
May 31, 2007 11:05PM
America sends its troops all over the world for a couple of reasons the main reason to to keep the war small so that it does not grow into a war like WWI and WWII it also helps gain information and allies for protection later
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, The Moon
What are the two froces which keep earth and the the moon in their orbits?
Asked in Physics
The name of the froces that slows objects moving through air?
Asked in Battle of Berlin
What were the disadvantages in the Battle of Berlin for the German froces?
Asked in US Army, US Marine Corps
Which branches of the armed froces had rejected Audie Murphy before his enlistment in the US Army?
Where was the American Revolution war taken place?
Asked in Physics
What is the net force when 2 equal forces are acting in the opposite direction?
Asked in World War 1
List the alied froces who was fighting who?
During World War I, the two sides of the conflict were the Triple Alliance (often called the Triple Entente) and the Central Powers. The former consisted of Great Britain, France, and Imperial Russia, but many other smaller and some major nations later joined them, including the United States and Italy. The Central Powers consisted of Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
What were the effects on Puerto Rico caused by the Spanish-American War?
If you are asking how PR became part of the US the attached link could help you separate fact from political fiction/BS. http://welcome.topuertorico.org/history5.shtml PS. 1898 a group of Puerto Ricans went to the US to ask for US intervention. This group accompanied the US froces landing in Guanica PR. It is fact that many US soldiers were billited in private homes by request of local families. 2nd PS. There was vote that time PR asking to become part of the US. I think theire were 266 negative votes out of thousands. And commenwealth was granted. I wish I could find all this information from the original source again but I ave no time for it. Vernon It further divided the residents because loyalty to Spain was no longer an option: Their choices were now: Independence, Statehood, or the Status Quo as a territory.
Asked in Lord of the Flies
Ch 12 Lord of the Flies?
Chapter 12 - Cry of the Hunters Ralph lies hidden and afraid. Everyone else is now part of Jack's tribe. He comes across a pig's head on a stick, and in a sudden fit of anger, destroys it with his bare hands. Ralph meets Samn'Eric who warn him to be careful - Roger is especially dangerous. They find him a place to hide. He tries to sleep. Early the next day, Jack froces Samn'Eric to reveal Ralph's hiding place. The tribe heave another rock down to the mountain near to where Ralph is hidden, but he is not hit. Next they light a fire in an attempt to smoke him out. The fire takes hold. The situation gets worse and worse - Ralph begins to panic, knowing that Jack is out to kill him. He tries to hide, but the savages find him. He bursts out and runs wildly - straight into a naval officer who has landed on the island to investigate the smoke. The officer is shocked when Ralph tells him that two boys have died. Ralph claims that he is leader - then bursts into tears. The officer turns away, embarassed.