What is the duration of Length of War?
The duration of Length of War is 2.37 hours.
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How many veterans served the entire duration of the war effort from the beginning to the end of the war?
im not to sure but i think that there is a good amount. im not to sure but i think that there is a good amount
Answer . Again this may be dependent on where yoi place the beginning of the war in Vietnam. Some place it in the days of President Truman with the gift of a few aircraft to the French, others credit President Eisenhower with large equipment grants, CIA pilots and the first military advisors to …South Vietnam. President Kennedy inherited 12,000 of Ike's Vietnamese advisors and added to that along with massive armament grants, training opportunities and naval and aviation assets. Some start the US involvement with Tonkin Gulf Resolution and the peacefull landing of the Marines under President Johnson. It doesn't matter. WWI, WWII, Korea which has been active since 1950, the Reolutionary War, the War of 1812, Haiti, Panama, the Gulf War, the Spanish American, the Mexican War, the Civil War (which may last forever) or the War against the Barbary Coast Pirates. The longest continuous war in the US has been the war between the American Indians and its invaders. (MORE)
The word "duration" indicates the time period over which an event occurs, or the amount of time an object, structure or situation exists (i.e. the duration of a war, or of a pyramid).. In music, duration is the time interval over which a tone is sustained.
Mathematics uses the term lenght to name the measure ofone-dimensional objects the linear extent in space from one end to the other; the longestdimension of something that is fixed in place; "the length of thetable was 5 feet" ]
Answer . The length of the trenches put up by both the Allies and the German forces on the Western Front in late 1914 ran from the Swiss border in the south all the way up to the French& Belgian coast in the north, making a zig-zag pattern .
soldiers had to live in the trenches in all weather. in summer the weather could be blistering hot whilst in winter it could be freezing and the ground rock solid.British trenches were in the worst condition as they were in trenches that were only a few feet above sea level. often the trenches wou…ld be filled with water and soldiers would fight a never - ending battle against water and mud (MORE)
Duration camps during World War 2 were used to house threats tonational security and captured enemies. Duration camps are oftenreferred to as refugee camps.
To answer this question I would need more details. Being that thisis classified under plate tectonics I would need to know if you aretalking about divergent, convergent or transform boundaries.
Some historians start the time when advisers and techicians made their presence known during the late 1950's, some begin when the Special Forces (Green Beret) arrived in the early 1960's, still other historians like to begin when President Johnson sent in regular combat troops in 1965. Where ever yo…u chose to begin your date, it will have to end in 1975, when the North invaded and took over the South. (MORE)
What was called the Trojan War was in all probability a coordinated series of piratical raids by people from the Greek mainland, targeted on all along the coast of Asia Minor, apparently in the 12th Century BCE.. From the tenuous record of the legendary Iliad, there was an initial failed attack on …Troy, the raiders dispersed to loot the coastal and island cities around to the south, and returned ten years later for another go at Troy which succeeded. (MORE)
The monument is 337 feet, 10 inches by 240 feet, 2 inches (103 x 73.2 meters).
Guerrilla war restricted to RVN (Republic of South Vietnam) 1955-1964. Open warfare between the US & North Vietnam 1964-1975.
The length of the war of 1812 was two years and eight months. Itstarted on June 18, 1812 and ended on February 18, 1815.
During World War II, the length of the Eastern Front, where Germanyand its allies waged direct war against the Soviet Union from 1941to 1945, varied greatly at each stage of the war. Initially, thefront line stretched from the edge of the Baltic Sea in EastPrussia to the Black Sea, approximately 700… miles. In the nextyear, the front stretched from Leningrad in the north to theCaucasus Mountains in the south -- over 1200 miles. (At the sametime, Finland was waging war as an ally of Germany along its 700mile-long border with the U.S.S.R.) The front line shortenedgradually as Soviet troops advanced into eastern Europe in 1944 and1945. (MORE)
Soldiers served until wounded or killed while airmen flew 25 - 35 missions the average spent 33 months in uniform.
According to the only known source, the Iliad by Homer, the Trojan War lasted for ten years.
1. Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988. 2. Operation Desert Storm January to February 1991 (less than 60 days). 3. Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003-
\nThe Portugese man of war jellyfish is actally quite small, about three inches or so with a sail like arrangement that allows it to be blown in the direction of the wind which is often toward the shore in large numbers, where they can inflict a very painful sting. In South Africa they are called B…luebottles because of their light blue colour. (MORE)
In World War 2 men came home one of three ways. Wounded, dead or when the war was over. After Pearl Harbor the draft was mute because men signed up by the droves. It is in Viet Nam that the draft became the means to man the army.
The average length of all movies is 2 hours. But all 3 of the prequel films and Return of the Jedi are either exactly or close to being 2 hours and 20-30 minutes
trench warfare made the war longer, because at times soldiers could be 100metres underground making it harder for enemies to kill them. this also made advancement slower because of the fact that countries can never know if the bunkers are empty of soldiers unless the go in. this caused the war to in…crease, because you couldn't sniper people at all their best chance was to mortar the area until the tunnels caved or the opposition surrendered (MORE)
As the phrase implies, the enlistee was in the service of thecountry until the War was ended, no matter how long it took.
1914 to 1918. So 4 years. :( So many lives... Thanks, hope you were pleased with this answer.
The length of a radius is not the length of a diameter. Thediameter is two times the length of the radius.
The average path length of a tornado is 5 miles with a duration of 10 minutes..
It was not considered modest for girls to show their legs during WWII, and silk was used for parachutes and maps.
There is no difference between L x W and W x L For example if L = 5 and W = 3 L x W -> 5 x 3 = 15 W x L -> 3 x 5 = 15
What does 'A minimum call duration of one minute for any call less than one minute in length also applies' mean?
It means that if you make a phone call and it lasts for one second, you pay for one minute.
Other branches may have been different. The US Army original tour was 12 months (drafted or volunteer/US or RA). Extensions in Vietnam were in 6 month increments after that original tour. Example: for a US Army serviceman; three tours would be only 2 years (12 months plus 6 months, plus 6 months aga…in=24 months=2 yrs). After your 12 month tour of duty, under normal circumstances, they couldn't make you stay any longer (other than admin errors, misc. etc.). However, there once was a GI frantically digging a hole at a firebase one night. When approached and asked why he was so "desperately digging", he replied with some anger, "you've never been over-run...have you!? (as he continued digging) "...well I have! In this very @@#@# spot! I was with the Marines...we got over run...everybody was shootin everybody...couldn't tell who was who...I never want to go thru that ##@# again! So I couldn't get a job when I got out...needed a job...so I joined the Army; knowing the army wouldn't send me back to this place...and what happens?! They send me back to this very same spot that we got over-run when I was a marine!" The moral of this incident, is this: sometimes a man volunteered for an extra tour of duty in Vietnam and didn't even know he did. (MORE)
The running time of the Disney Film Aladdin is 90 minutes long. However, if you are referring to the length of the character Aladdin, I would have to estimate at about 5'11. :)
USAF, USN, USCG, normally wanted 3 o 4 yrs out of a man; the USMC & USA settled for a minimum of a 2 yr enlistment. Draftees did 2 yrs; USA or USMC. Men sent to Vietnam did 12 months...their trng was roughly 6 months, thus they did 18 months out of 24 months with a very good chance of an early out (…if "Nam" time) at 18 months (instead of the full 24 months active duty). Bottom line: a drafted man did 24 months active duty; if he went to "Nam", he might only do 18 months active duty. Men could volunteer for 2 yrs. But they got what the army gave them (infantry!). If he volunteered for 3 or more yrs he got to choose his MOS school (he was not guaranteed the Job...ONLY THE SCHOOL). Another words, if a man chose tanks, then he was guaranteed tank school (armor school), after he graduated he could still be sent to the infantry, etc. (MORE)
Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union was the leader of Russia, and he did get much out of Roosevelt during conferences. He soon learned the basics of building an atomic bomb as Roosevelt was a bit loose with the subject. That lead to the Cold War in which there were enough atomic and nucl…ear bombs and missiles to destroy the globe, or the Earth. (MORE)
34 022 kilometers, to which it should be added that of the Border States of 3 020 kilometers
Length is used to define distance or size whereas duration measures time period. Actually length IS also used to define time period, as in: how long have you been waiting? So, while length may be used for either, duration is not used for distance.
No, it equals a square length, which is usually the area. For example, if you have a rectangle with one lenght being 3 feet and the other length being 4 feet, the area is 3 feet X 4 feet = 12 feet^2 (12 square feet).
Did top Nazi officers ever visit death camps in the duration of World War 2 and if so for what purpose?
Yes. Primarily for the inspection of the industrial war production. The facist concept was a blend of government, business and military. The war on Jews was for economic exploitation. The concentration camps were bank financed ( Allianz-Dresdner Bank.) They were insured by Allianz Insurance Co. Alli…anz civilian personnel stepped over dieing bodies to inspect machinery and sprinkler systems. Allianz got this position by being the first to endorse the Hitler regime. They were the first to cut their own Jewish employees to half pay, then later sending them to the camps. Their finance director jumped over to run finances for Hitler. They wrote a piece of secret legislation to only pay Jews one-half of insurance claims and put the balance into a slush fund. This was pulled out the day after Krystal Nacht. Afterwards Allianz then profited greatly by buying Jewish property at pennies on the dollar, by denying them coverage just as scores of life insurance policies for Jews went unpaid. Today the company operates under the same principles using deceptive marketing and threats to get American annuity business for which few people will ever break even. ALLIANZ = ALL-IANZ = ALL NAZI (MORE)
The length of a radius of a circle is half of the diameter of the same circle. So, diameter is always twice the radius.
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The hundred years war was 116 years. It did not last the entire time as there were times of relativepeace between Britain and France although the conflict over controlof the French throne still existed. This is also proof that the French DID win a war.
A point has no length, width, or thickness. A line has infinite length but no width or thickness. A plane has infinite length and width but no thickness.
Why were the machine gun barrels different lengths on World War 2 fighters like the Thunderbolt and Hellcat?
The barrels are all the same length but the guns are staggered to allow room for the ammunition chutes to feed the guns.
Yes a lot of children from towns and cities were evacuated to live with people in the countryside where it was assumed to be safer.they stayed until it was deemed safe to return home
What did the north and the south believe about the duration of the war at the beginning of the civil war?
Both sides were extremely self-confident, and believed that they would have a victory in a couple weeks or less.
Diameter divided by 2 equals radius r=d/2 For example, if the radius was 3.5, the diameter would be 7.
It depends on how far the house is from the pavement as to how long is a driveway!
Could a nuclear war change the length of day on Earth or could it slightly alter the orbit Earth to make the year longer if it was powerful enough?
Theoretically, a large enough detonation could alter the axis andspin of the Earth. How large that actually is would be anyone'sguess. What we know is that slightly more than 50 megatons is not enough:the Soviets detonated Kuz'kina Mat' on 30 October 1961. The bombhad a dialed down yield of 50-60 m…T, from at least a potential 100mT. Kuz'kina Mat was detonated air burst, four kilometers above thesurface, and had an energy yield of 8.1 on the Richter scale. Mostof the blast energy was converted into seismic waves; these couldbe detected after three psses around the Earth. Had Kuz'kina Mat'been a surface or susurface burst, all of that energy would havebeen transmitted directly to the planet. Had the weapon been fullyield, the blast energy would have have exceeded twice that of the2004 Sumatra-Andaman event that shifted the Earth's axis by adegree or two. (MORE)
A nuclear war can alter the amount of daylight received during the day, but not the rotation of the Earth. The term "nuclear winter" refers to this effect. The theory goes that, just as with volcanic eruptions, if a large number of nuclear bombs were detonated, the fallout sent into the atmosphere w…ould block enough sunlight to make the surface temperature colder, killing a large percentage of plant life (and, subsequently, animal life) on the planet. Therefore, in terms of sunlight reaching the planet surface, a nuclear war could actually reduce the length of a day. The Earth itself would continue rotating at the same speed, though. (MORE)
What factors led to the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War the wars prolonged length and its conclusion?
Athens led the anti-Persian league of a couple of hundred Greekcity-states - the Delian League - levying financial contributionsto maintain the fleet it provided as its core. After peace wasarranged with the Persian Empire, Athens continued the levy, byforce if necessary, and spent the money on itse…lf, creating anempire of its own. It used its power and money to interfere in theaffairs of Greek cites outside its empire, and so came intocollision with the Peloponnesian League led by Sparta. This war spread well beyond mainland Greece to Asia Minor in theeast and Sicily in the west, which stopped an early resolution asSparta had expected. It came to an end when Persia got back atAthens by financing a Peloponnesian fleet to match Athens' fleet,which was defeated, and Athens, isolated and starving had tosurrender. Athens was stripped of it's empire and thereafter becamea second rate power. (MORE)
Germany banned sausage making for the most of the duration of WorldWar 1 because they needed the cow intestines. The intestines wereused to make Zeppelin.
How many pages in length is the Star Wars reference book The Essential Guide to 20000000 Sentient Species?
There's a 1 1/2 page detailed description for each sentientspecies, their histories, what planet and moon they're from, andwhat native language they speak. And there's 20 million of them in the Star Wars galaxy. So there's30 million pages in the in-universe reference book.