AM MIL H EVL W WARF
AM MIL H EVL W WARF MS 27
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10 On the US 39s assumption OfUnrestricted submarine warfare in 1917 Why did United States become the decisive factor in 1982 General Pershing commander of the AEF was successful in preventing the amalgamation ofAmerican forces into the British and French army during the World War I TF What important piece of legislation established the ROTC program in universities With the interest ofAmerican forces in the battle in the summer of 1918 the Allies were finally able to Which choice below is the result ofthe American expeditionary forces used campaign during World War I The nature of warfare changed dramatically in the late 19th century because ofthe Why did war become increasingly bloody from the end ofthe civil war to the beginning ofWorld War I What three components of firepower are used to analyze a weapon39s effectiveness and development Who was the Secretary ofWar after the Spanish American war that instituted crucial reforms that increased the size ofthe army created the War department general staff improved the officer 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 education system and began the transformation ofthe National Guard Elihu Root The US used two different approaches during the Philippine insurrection They were The 5th core campaign in Cuba was not aligned due to excellent leadership superb staff coordination and advanced sanitationmental care In the Spanish American War naval campaigns determined the outcomes ofthe war Which statement below would be an accurate inscription ofthe army and navy39s readiness at the start ofthe Spanish American War At the battle ofthe Wilderness the first engagement of Grant 1864 Virginia campaign union forces suffered 27k casualties and were unable to defeat the Confederate army What significant action did Grant take that had never been done before by previous union generals in the east and cured his army39s inferiority complex The three theaters of operation ofthe civil war were the Trans Mississippi Theater the Eastern theater and the Western theater The characteristics ofthe Western theater were At the battle of in Cold Harbor General Lee to the forces that outnumbered his army 21 was significant to the history ofwarfare and was of the civil war because 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 By March 1862 the Union has gained a major strategic victory by securing the borderland region of Kentucky Missouri Virginia and Maryland thus containing the rebellion TF While these victories at the battle of Chancellorsville was a great tackle vicory it was not a decisive or strategic victory because How does the North and south initially generate the army that needed to fight in the civil war What prevented military commanders in the civil war from achieving a decisive battle In 1863 the Union has seized which two strategic points inside the Confederacy that sealed the South39s fate In 1864 General Grant39s strategy to defeat the Confederacy through caution and attrition worked by Which two invasions in 1862 represented the Confederacy military high points being the last time to hold initiative in all theaters of war at one time In 1862 the Battle of Seven Pines led to the appointment of General Grant in command ofthe army of Northern Virginia is the complete application ofviolence against the enemy39s military and civilian society and infrastructure military The union advantage over the South to execute such a war 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 The Union victory at the Battle of Antietam was strategically important because What Union in September 1864 greatly boosted Union morale aided Lincoln39s bid for reelection for the presidency later that year and sealed the fate ofthe Confederacy In the years leading up to the Civil War the North had most of the advantages including What decisive event led by General Winfield Scott secured American victory in the Mexican War The three major campaigns in the Mexican War were Secretary ofWar John C Calhoun convinced Congress to adopt his expansible army concept making it a major milestone in US military history because How does the Constitution direct military control Embedded in the Constitution are the foundations of US military policy forces federal control ofthe state militias and lack of civilian control ofthe military The US was unprepared to fight in the beginning ofthe War of 1812 because Even though the British held the military advantage over the US during the war of 1812 they could not find a vulnerable center of gravity to compel the US to accept defeat 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 By defeating the British on Lake Erie and at the Battle of the Thames River and recapturing Detroit America finally secured which geographical area The British launched three offensives in 1814 during the War of 1812 Which choice below correctly describes the outcome of one ofthe three offensives The strategy or strategies General George Washington as Commander Chief ofthe Continental Army follow the Revolutionary War was or were Why did the British fail to retake the Southern colonies in 1780 to 1781 How did the British and American strategies differ during the revolutionary war in the beginning After the winter of 17771778 at Valley Forge the Continental Army emerged a more effective fighting force due to the professional and expert training received from The Battle of Trenton and Princeton were very significant in that The Battle of Long Island during the Rev War was a tactical victory for the British but it was not a decisive or strategic victory for the British because General Howe failed to The defeat and surrender of British army at Saratoga in 1777 led to what important strategic event
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