But in the mean time, in liberated Western Europe, fresh conscripts were drafted and trained to support the invasion of Japan.European divisions with lots of combat experience were NOT moving to the Pacific but seeing their personnel discharged based on a point system of combat experience
North Korea can't even feed itself. It's industry is backward. But it was able to build bombs. Supposedly Russian technologists were hired (like the Germans the US hired after WWII for the space program) to build rockets. Supposedly also North Korea exported some technology to Pakistan (funded by Quadaffi for an "islamic bomb") so it could match India.every country today that desires a N-bomb has access to the science and means to build one (or more). It wasn't the same back then. Don't cloud the discussions with what we know now!
How desperate would you need to be to buy nuclear or any other technology from North Korea!Supposedly also North Korea exported some technology to Pakistan (funded by Quadaffi for an "islamic bomb") so it could match India.
That was the convention of the Whig Party...
Well, with an attitude like that ... what else could the English have done ?
For once, Hadrian's Wall could have been useful!
Actually in the Anglo-Scottish Wars there were a few times the remains of part of Hadrian's Wall were employed as a defensive position.For once, Hadrian's Wall could have been useful!
"Captain! What is coming up to us!?"
"Looks like a massive wave of haggis!"
"Sir! Even haggis does not look like so terrifying!"
*&$%#@ Redcoats!!!On this date in 1814 Major General Robert Ross (despite his fabulous choice in initials no relation) and together with Rear Admiral George Cockburn together with roughly four thousand soldiers, marines and sailors took control of Washington D.C and proceeded to burn down several government buildings including the Executive Mansion (already referred to as the White House informally and not as a result of said fires).
They would retire shortly afterwards in the face of a storm after some 26 hours, the only foreign army to occupy the US Capital since its recognition as an independent nation.