He was a soldier in WW 1 and during WW 2 his job was to be the Chancellor of Germany.
Yes, for example: WW 1 , WW 2.
The Holocaust did not take place during WW 1, it was during WW 2.
GERMAY AND italy
1. M48A3 Patton tank 2. AMTRAC 3. M14 US Rifle (later the M16 Jungle Rifle) 4. .45 pistol 5. F4 Phantom II jet/A7 Corsair II jet
The rifle was the main gun of the Infantry man so every major battle in WW 1 the rifle was used.
Since the USMC was set up after WW 1, there were no Marine casualties in WW1.
How old is it? Who Made it? What shape is it in? you need to give more information to find out the value.
Warner & Swasey sniper scope used by US troops during WW!
Several dozen types of weapons were used by both sides in WW II. The British and Germans each used their same basic rifle in both WW I and WW II.The US used the 1903 Springfield in WW I, and at the start of WW II. The Browning Automatic Rifle(BAR)was introduced at the end of WW I, and saw extensive service with the US Army til the late 1950's. Same with heavy machine guns,flamethrowers,and tanks.
The genotypes produced from a cross between Ww and Ww would be: WW Ww Ww ww -The cross between these two genotypes would produce gametes with genotypes in a 1:2:1 ratio.
No way to determine. The BAR was actually used very little in combat during WW 1.
the standard issue rifle for infantryman in the u.s. army is a m16a4 and same for the u.s. marines but the 1 in every 4 men in the marines carry a m249 or saw (spuad atomatic weapon) and it also depends on the situation example is if there in a city they will usally use somethin on the m4 line or if in a building somewhere on the mp5 lines
In WW I, the water-cooled machine gun, and the squad automatic rifle were the most modern weapons, honorable mention to the American Colt M1911 pistol. In WW II, the list is very lengthy. The M1 Garand rifle was the most modern military shoulder rifle of all the warring nations, and the bazooka was a new type of weapon during WW II. WW II was the first war to use submachine guns extensively, but they had been invented right after World War I, hence were not "new". Newer weapons continued to be introduced - especially by the United States and Germany - all the way through WW II.
No one best. During WW 1, the 1903A3 rifle was made with 2 lands and grooves- and they shot quite well.