Americans were strong-headed and that was a good thing for them in the end. In the end, America ended up with the victory of the battle of New Orleans. The victory was a great one for the Americans and it made its way into history, just like the War of 1812 did. The Battle of New Orleans helped America win respect from other countries and helped them have confidence for themselves. The Battle of New Orleans was a significant time in history and it changed America
We had attacked the Germans while they were retreating and had managed to easily secure the victory. This was the first and only offensive attack that we were involved in during the war. The battle was a fairly simple victory for us because we had the upper hand on the offensive side. Depicted below, you can see me and my regiment on our way back from the battle of Saint
We chose Adolf Hitler for our project because of his somewhat controversial leadership. It is no great secret that as a dictator he will go down as one of the most infamous political faces the world has ever seen. While the name Adolf itself is not banned there is a restrictive law on first names in Germany " in order to protect the child, the name must not be absurd or degrading in any way" but the registry office would strongly encourage you to rethink and ponder what it would do to your child. That is testament enough, unpopular name for and unpopular Austrian guy, although Joseph is still going strong and look what Stalin was up to........( just saying) ( if anyone laughs thats a good start) Many would argue that his heinous crimes against
Timothy Li Dr. Hogge AP European History March 8th 2018 Black May The Black May in World War II had been a major turning point in the Battle of the Atlantic for the Allied countries. Until May of 1943, the Germans had led a massive U-boat campaign that devastated the Allies vessels. Great Britain especially was hurt by the U-boats as Britain had relied on supplies from other nations in order to not only fight in the war, but also protect itself from a Nazi invasion. The German U-boats were effective because of the lack of proper armorment on shipping vessels moving to and from Great Britain and that the U-boats often hunted in wolf-packs, where multiple submarines would stay close together to hunt and sink specific targets. England was losing
(Foot) The Canadians and their allies wanted to protect Ypres partly because it offered rail and road links to ports on the coast. During the battle, the German army took advantage of a favourable wind to release the cloud of chlorine gas from cylinders in front of their trenches. Soldiers watched a yellow-green cloud creep over the ground toward nearby French colonial troops. 2 days after their first attack, Germans attacked in an attempt to obliterate the Salient once and for all. A violent bombardment followed by another gas attack, but the Canadians maintained their grounds.
As the Minister of War, he took charge and did what he felt was necessary for the well being of France. Clemenceau’ had a great perspective on World War I, which truly helped the French. Clemenceau did not stop here; his patriotic attitude had a propitious impact in their involvement. Georges Clemenceau’s role during the World War I era enhanced the French society’s ability to flourish through the introduction of his political guidance, his perspective on
Taking advantage of his rising popularity, Napoleon became the ruler of France and eventually the ruler of an empire. Napoleon Bonaparte had a positive impact on France and Europe due to the military, political and economic stability he restored to France, the laws he put in place, the reforms he introduced to the European countries he conquered and his improvement of the education system. After a time of uncertainty in France brought about by the French Revolution, Napoleon restored the stability of France through the military. France had experienced a time of military failure during the 1790’s when other European nations declared war on France. Napoleon emerged in this time as a skilled soldier and tactician.
From reading his book, I better understood the strategies, advantages and disadvantages of both sides, and the result of the attack. For example, one aspect of the British strategy that I learned which benefited the British was that before the British stormed the capital they managed to keep the Americans guessing as to where they would attack. They would take paths that were ambiguous in their destinations. This caused confusion with American leaders, such as William Winder. Another advantage the British had was the American’s failure to confront the British after their arrival at Patuxent.
In 1939 the German Army launched Blitzkrieg attacks against France. The Germans decided to attack through the Ardennes forest, as it was a weak spot in the French defences Further the French Military did not expect the attack to take place there, as it was a difficult area for tanks to attack from. There are many reasons for France’s defeat. Many attributed that it was due to France's weakness in armed forces, however this is incorrect as France’s Military at the time was much larger and more advanced than Germany’s. Rather, the defeated of France was due to the unanticipated advance of the German army through the Ardennes Forest.
The enigma code played a big role in world war 2 due it being used by the Germans to communicate with each other and to send their plans to the army bases and German commanders. The breaking of the enigma code made the Allis finally one step ahead of the German troops. The enigma code had to be kept a secret by the British so the Germans wouldn’t find out about it being broken. The breaking of the enigma code changed the war drastically by allowing the Allis to know the Germans moves body During the war great Brittan fort in a battle called “the battle of the Atlantic”. In this battle they took over a German U-boat, inside they found the machine that was receiving the German codes.
In my opinion there are many reason why the colonists won the revolutionary war.Perhaps it was how familiar they were with the land, or their helpful french allies. One of the most important battles of the war was the battle of saratoga. To me this seems to be the most important battle and moment in the whole war. After the colonists defeated the English in the 2 battles of Saratoga, it proved to the french that the americans could win the war and the french should come to aid the americans. The french were eager to join the war and weaken their enemy britain in any way they could.
Washington was able to use his knowledge as well as his army’s knowledge of the land in order to outlast the British. Sir Clinton led his army on a wild goose chase after Washington, who was able to outmaneuver and shelter his army against Clinton’s. The Colonists were also able to utilize the British’s need for supply lines against them. The British were not able to spread as thinly as the Colonists, leading to abushes from Washington’s guerilla warfare. Also, since the Colonists were protecting their home from the British which was a greater motivation factor than the British’s will to expand.
The invasion of Europe to defeat the German Army had begun. America was successful in battles against German forces and would continue to push forward towards Germany. The German Commander, Adolph Hitler, did not anticipate the Allied forces being able to push the German Army back so quickly. Slowly but surely, the Allied forces were pushing back the German Army which was making the German commander very frustrated. Hitler knew he would need to come up with a plan to push back or split Allied forces.