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To make sure that everyone that lived there would keep as they should and arn't attempting to do anything taht might hurt the person that sent them.

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What was disrupting the flow of supplies and soldiers to Britain in 1942?

German submarines that hunted in "wolf packs" disrupted the flow of supplies and soldiers to Britain.

How many Germans were killed in Germany during World War 1?

about 9 million German soldiers were killed

What did the Hun mean in World War 1?

During World War I (and less frequently during World War II), "Hun" referred to Germans. The reason is because at the end of the 1890s, there was a war called the Boxer Rebellion in China. Several countries, including Germany, sent soldiers to help end the rebellion. When the German soldiers were leaving, the German Kaiser (Emperor) told the soldiers that they would be so fierce and deadly that their Chinese enemies would remember them for centuries, just like how the Huns had been remembered and feared in the Roman Empire. Allied propagandists remembered this quote when World War I began, and applied it to German soldiers to portray them as cruel, uncivilized barbarians.

What is the history of Copenhagen snuff?

Copenhagen snuff began to being produced in Pittsburgh, PA in 1922 by George Weyman. The company is still in existence today and is known as the US smokeless Tobacco company.

What was the difference between the American soldiers and the British soldiers?

During the Revolutionary War, men were militias formed to work with the Continental Army. They were some of the first to fight in the Revolutionary War. The British soldiers were on the opposite side of the Minutemen, and fought against the colonists getting their liberty

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What is the distance between Copenhagen and the German mainland?

There is about 100 miles from Copenhagen, Denmark to the German Mainland. --Ean

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What is the German word for soldiers?

The German word for "soldiers" is "Soldaten".

How do you say Copenhagen in German?

Kopenhagen Kopenhaven, like Bremerhaven

Who was the dark queen in Copenhagen?

Th dark queen was the leader of the Nazi soldiers

When and where does Number the Stars take place in?

"Number the Stars" takes place in Denmark in 1943 during World War II when the country was under German occupation.

How many German soldiers wounded in the battle of Britain?

There were approximately 2,550 German soldiers wounded in the Battle of Britain.

Name of World War I German Soldiers?

German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.

How many German soldiers were wounded in ww1?

4,247,143 German soldiers were wounded in battle during the Great War.

What is Copenhagen in Afrikaans?

Copenhagen is an English name of a city. The name is derived from the low German Kopenhagen which is translated as "merchants' harbour". When Kopenhagen is transfered to Afrikaans which is derived from low German, Dutch languages; it would be translated as Verkopershawen which means "merchant's port".

What are German soldiers that help the british called?

German traitors

Why was the Soviet Union able to prevent Germany from advancing toward Moscow?

Answer this question…The Soviet army had more soldiers than the German army, and German soldiers were not prepared for the harsh Russian winter.