Americans at War in Foreign Forces: A History, 1914–1945 by Chris Dickon

By Chris Dickon

The position of usa citizens within the global wars is widely known, yet with a obvious exception—one that unearths a little-known point of the typical heritage of the USA and Canada. by the point of the yankee front into international conflict I in April 1917 and global conflict II in December 1941, tens of millions of american citizens had already fought and died in these conflicts within the uniforms of alternative nations.
so much had quietly traveled over the northern border to affix the floor, air and naval forces of the Commonwealth countries, others to France, Poland, China and the opposite international locations and army that performed a job within the carrying on with international clash of the 1st half the century. In previous their very own kingdom to struggle, they inspired the process occasions in these years and, although threatened with lack of citizenship, have been eventually met with the recognition in their personal govt. This e-book tells the tale of who those americans have been, why they took the activities they did, their stories in warfare, and the consequences in their presence as americans in international forces.

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