The idea of using a draft or calling up of individuals into the armed services of America has been around since the late middle 1800’s. This draft of people to serve is known to the world as conscription. While there have been multiple controversies and debates of this heated topic, both sides seem to have an equally important point to prove which has led to the subject never being actually settled. I feel that reinstating the draft would be an important asset to the United States of America, and in many cases I believe that if a military draft were in place we could save a lot of lives and win more battles as a nation. A mandatory military draft for the United States of America should be reinstated so that every person in this country whether rich or poor joins in to help defend their county in time of need.
The total of Britain colonies in 1913 is 12,740,000 miles square. Colonies helped mother country economically by providing more resources, and they helped the militarily by providing more soldiers. The Milsim is a cause of world war I. Although there are more to cover the main idea is that Miles was the main cause of World War I. Just because of milsim there was a large war in many countries.
Due to the industrial revolution production of weaponry lead to the making of machine guns and artillery, this brought new and more devastating injuries. Casualties during World War One were immeasurable, a grand new idea was to bring the causality clearing stations closer to the frontline. Study today say that this was an excellent idea as getting to trauma quickly gave an advantage in saving ones life. Alicia Mary Kelly a war nurse in France. Stationed at No.
Should the U.S.A have Entered WWI Should the United States have entered World War I? I believe that the United States made the right choice to enter World War I. It may have cost us 100,000+ casualties, but we are the other countries allies and we didn 't want to lose trading partners. So we helped Britain, France, Russia, and Italy. Although reluctantly at first, America was drawn into the European war.
The Ken Burns Documentary, The War, is a very interesting portrayal of how World War II affected America and the World. It made very clear to me the call to defend your country. As soon as Pearl Harbor was attacked, the push for war was never more dominant. People from all across the country rushed to recruiting stations in order to serve their country. In towns like Luverne, Minnesota, Sacramento, California, Waterbury, Connecticut, and Mobile, Alabama, there was now a promising a chance to see the world and to actually be “someone.” A very important push as well that was revealed in the documentary was “to kill Japs.” It was very interesting to see different perspectives from people from these towns.
Battle outcome like the second battle of the Marne, the Ludendorff offensive and others proved America powerful. The battle outcomes for the battles of the Marne, Ludendorff, and Passchendaele were good for the Allies. The Allies won the war faster because America joined in their war against Germany. On July 15th Germany sent their last offensive on the western front but were beaten by the Allies. All accounted for, the battle outcomes after America joined the war were changed for the better.
Aime Amouzou Period# 7 3/13/14 Although improving economic conditions and the threat to national security causes American support for the Allies, the United States entered World War II in order to preserve democratic values worldwide. As time went on and the war continued in Europe, the threat to national security and democratic values increased, and the United States became closer and closer to entering the war. The war time economy, which existed only on the grounds of preparedness and aid to the allies, was booming, and finally bringing a complete recovery from the depression. The American public clearly favored the Allied powers, and entrance to World War II became inevitable. As Germany and Japan continued to strike and successfully, the threat to national security and
Although the battle at “Fort Ticonderoga” was a small one, it was also important. This battle was the first victory of the American Colonists. This event was vital, as it would provide more artillery for the colonists, and was moral booster. Lead by Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold, the so called Green Mountain Boys, a militia organized to defend land and landowners, attacked and seized the fort.
The United States of America is the model for democracy, the foundation of true freedom, and the leader of the new frontier; and all of those titles could not have been achieved and protected without the implementation of the military draft. The military draft, which was previously known as the Selective Service Act, was originally carried out in order in provide American troops for World War One. The way it provides military troops is through a random lottery drawing of registered men in times of need. It is suitable to impose a military draft in times of need because it ensures national security by providing a greater volume of manpower to protect America’s borders from hostiles, it stimulates the global economy by mobilizing the American
World War II resulted in many casualties due to the massive increase of the United States military which caused a Total War. Total War is when all resources are used in order to help the war effort no matter what damage it may cause. World War 2 can be considered a total war to an extent in many ways. A lot of products were used during the war and many different people such as women and disabled people were vital assets to the war itself. As the chaos of world war II was going on total war changed the home front which affected people 's way of living.
During WWI, help is needed to bring all the citizens united and in an agreement with war, as well as raising fundings, raising the number of people in the workforce, mainly women, and having the military 's back. They needed to acquire food and other supplies for the men that were fighting in the trench warfare and replace the jobs that they left. The federal government sought support on the home front by propaganda, enforcing new laws, and through speeches and events. Propaganda was one of the main ways to get a message across, and that was what the government liked; strong and convincing cartoons that encouraged people to provide aid on the home front and encouraging women to occupy the jobs that the soldiers left to help the economy
The World War 2 was a global war that took place from 1939 up to 1945. The great powers that were involved in this war formed alliances for purposes of fighting their common enemies. The U.S. was highly involved in this war since it had some special interests. Native Americans are ranked among the groups that helped the U.S. fight its enemies during this war. Their involvement provided the manpower that was required to fight a tough battle.
The United States entered World War I April 6th, 19417. The US joined allies with Britain, France, and Russia to fight in World War I under the commander of Major General John J. Pershing. The US joined World War I for three main causes including moral, economic, and political reasons. Morally, United States citizens were called to duty to enlist in war because of propaganda from anti-German 's. Economically, American citizens entered war to secure economic productivity better yet, make a profit.
The technology in WWII had a major impact on the technology, strategy and outcome of the war. Some of what was utilized in WWII is still effective in modern day military. Even though technology is ever changing the foundations we saw in WWII are still some that we see today from the track system that our tanks run on to basic concept of the artillery that is used. In this paper, I will outline the advancements in technology of rockets, radar and decoding, medical technology, explosives, manufacturing, nutrition and nuclear weaponry of several of the countries involved in WWII. During WWII Nazi-Germany was also making advancements in the equipment and weapons that they had.