It was an uneven match up. Mexicans were getting slaughtered.
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american soldiers thought many south vietnamese were indifferent toward their own nation
In World War I many European soldiers felt that Germany reneged on the treaty agreement. The view of these soldiers was that this treaty needed to be enforced.
Because they were disenchanted with the way the war was going, and were desperate for peace. The terrible psychological impact of fighting in Vietnam, or any war for that matter, cannot be underestimated. It was this which prompted many American soldiers, who were drafted into the conflict without consent, to desire peace.
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97,000 Union soldiers
The confederacy used some, but mostly in menial and support jobs. The Union had many more black soldiers, and many of them were fighting soldiers. Moreover, the (white) commander of the first black regiment had forced the Government to put black soldiers on equal pay with the white soldiers.
a few million
Just around 19000, but the fighting has decreases seen 2004 which the American soldiers killed 6.3k insurgents.
About ten percent of the American soldiers were black.
Canadian soldiers are not "fighting" anywhere, they are peacekeepers and are stationed as such in many parts of the middle East, some are stationed in Asia.
About 500,000 - 2,000,000
There were approximately 25,000 American soldiers that died in the American Revolution. The British lost around 20,000 soldiers during the war.
African American soldiers might have been fighting on the same side with many whites, but they were still not treated equally. They got paid less than the whites and were treated poorly by their fellow soldiers. They were in very poor conditions too, just adding to the list of issues.
At the end of fighting at Appomattox in 1865, anywhere between 200 Union soldiers were dead as well as 500 Confederate soldiers . This was a decisive victory for the Union forces during the American Civil War.