war effort


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war effort

nKriegsanstrengungen pl
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Still Winnipeggers remained wary of accepting them as allies, claiming they had no attachment to defending freedom, and only backed Canada's war effort as a means of supporting Moscow.
During WWI, Lauder used his fame to recruit thousands of men for the war effort.
And no one ever had spare rubber, which was the thing the war effort really needed.
led coalition battling ISIS in Iraq and Syria is "on the offensive" and will prevail, President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday after asking Congress to back the war effort.
Your relative may have served in the armed forces or helped with the war effort at home.
Organisers hope it will show visitors the varied and vital contributions local people made to the war effort, both at home and in service, as nurses, soldiers and factory workers.
They feature YOUR stories of the brave soldiers who fought in the trenches, the families they left behind and the key role the city played in the war effort from 1914-18.
Mr Simmons' actions reminded me that during World Ware II everyone was involved with the war effort - from young to old.
Washington, May 1 ( ANI ): A report released by the US military reportedly details out how rampant misuse of US aid in Afghanistan has hampered the US war effort, a new report from Pentagon has revealed.
Thanks to this generous funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund we will be telling the stories of people living in Tyne and Wear during WWI and the amazing contribution they made to the war effort.
The men joined the American forces, financed the war effort, or incited popular appeal, and the profiles include their biographies, descriptions of what led them to join the American cause, their contributions to the war effort, and memorials to them.
I was sent on a course to learn how to control farm pests liKe rabbits and rats, which damaged crops needed for the war effort.