This surprise attack is just like when the Hillbillies had a surprise attack in the Revolutionary War, also called the Fight of Concord and Lexington. In the Fight of Concord and Lexington the British were marching through the woods and not expecting to get attacked because they just fought in lines. So that means that they weren 't going to fight people until they both saw each other and got into lines. The group of armed citizens couldn 't fight the British in lines, so they used Hillbillies to their advantage.
Ft. Sumter and its impact Today December 20, 1860, South Carolina seceded from the Union. A few days later, Federal troops took back 68 stationed in Charleston, South Carolina, to Fort Sumter, an island in the port of Charleston. North Fort is considered to be the property of the Government of the United States. The people in South Carolina thinks that the property belongs to the new Confederation which is not correct.
With good tactics, Canada took Vimy Ridge within 4 days. The French and the British had previously attempted to capture the Ridge, but were both unsuccessful. By the end of the battle there were few German survivors, proving how successful the Canadians were. The battle of Vimy Ridge was also the first time that Canadians had planned an entire attack. 3,598 Canadian soldiers were killed in the early hours of Easter Sunday.
The Battle of Vimy Ridge was a very successful battle not only for the Allies but, for the Canadian army. The Battle of Vimy Ridge took place in April 1917 in France. The battlefield gave Germany the upper hand as their trenches were located on a hill. Therefore giving Germany a commanding view of the British trenches and troops. Britain and France had tried on countless occasions to capture the area, however they were forced back by German artillery.
Vimy Ridge was considered Canada’s greatest victories. This is the time when the country came out from Britain’s shadow and was capable of doing great things as their own country. Canadian soldiers earned respect and a reputation of effectiveness and a tough army. On April 9th 1917 the Canadian army were ordered to attack Vimy Ridge which was located in Northern France in the pas-de-Calais region. Near the border of Belgium, is a village called Vimy which was equipped with Barbed wires and machine guns.
The British then began to march forward onto the hill. “The British eventually took the hill but at a great coast.” (ushistory.org) The day after, the battle of Bunker hill the patriots retreated and reorganized. The patriots lost less men than the British had lost but even with the aont of men lost the British still had managed to take the hill.
The attack only took one hour and fifteen minutes to complete. This clearly indicates that the Japanese were exceptionally well trained. They were therefore able to rapidly execute the attack. A large amount of battles take days to win - the Japanese managed to emerge victorious in less than two hours. This emphasizes the notion that America was in fact taken by surprise since the Japanese attack was swift and precise.
The Battle of Iwo Jima was one of the bloodiest battles of World War Two. Iwo Jima had air stips that both the United States and the Japanese wanted to help them during World War Two. This battle did not end up going exactly as planned for either country. Both countries had their own strategy but neither succeeded. The Battle of Iwo Jima is an important battle to know about when discussing World War Two.
Grace Fullenkamp Ms. Yane AP Lang March 14, 2018 The Korean War The Korean War was not a conflict in which the United States needed to be involved as to its horrific outcome is testament. Yet, in the 1950s, the U.S. thought it was believed that the only way to stop the spread of communism was to fight back against the potential formation of communist governments. When war broke out in Korea, it became a place for the United States to make a statement against communism on a global front joining with South Korea to combat the communist North.
The US forces involved in this battle were the 2d Division, 23d Infantry Regiment, 9th Regiment, 38th Regiment, 3d Division, and 72nd Tank Battalion. The 38th Regiment was comprised of US and French troops (Encyclopedia reference). The opposing forces were the North Koreans and Chinese troops. The KPA included the 6th, 12th, and 13th Divisions, along with the Chinese CCF 204th Division and 68th Army (Loudermilk, 2017, para. 2). This is the area known as the
In conclusion on July 27, 1953 the Korean war ended in a stalemate between the North, South and the countries that lending aid to both countries which were the United States, Soviet Union, and China. The North and South had both agreed to an armistice which ultimately ended the war in a draw between the two, many lives were lost on both sides, also including the troops that were sent in by the United States and the Chinese. This armistice was to create a committee to decide whether POW’s would be a sent back to their homelands or not. Eventually the POW’s were able to decide for themselves whether or not to return or leave. The Korean war had last for 3 long brutal years and much of the native and nonnative blood shed.