The harlem hellfighters1- musicians during the harlem renaissance 2- social activists that led into

The harlem hellfighters 1-
musicians during the harlem renaissance
2- social activists that led into starting the NAACP
3- the first black soldiers to fight in World War 1
4- a nickname for famous black boxers in 1920's
5- none of the above

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  1. During the famous battle of Iwo Jima, six Navajo code talkers operated continuously, transmitting each message without a single mistake.

  2. the answer is three

    Explanation:

    The Harlem Hellfighters were an African-American infantry unit in WWI who spent more time in combat than any other American unit. Despite their courage, sacrifice and dedication to their country, they returned home to face racism and segregation from their fellow countrymen.

  3. A. battle of somme

    The British troops together with the French division were for a major raid at Somme hoping to break the stalemate. They wanted the Germans out of France. This battle of attrition stretched over the Somme river and resulted in a long stalemate. The small advances made by any part were of little significance. The campaign lasted until the winter. The British and French forces underwent heavy loses when trying to break the enemy frontlines on the Western Front in 1916.

    It is considered a stalemate since the Allies could only gain around 8km in repelling the advance of German troops.

    The Battle of Somme frontlines can be seen in this image:

    [tex]Which battle waged along a famous river, was a classic example of a world war 1 stalemate a. battle[/tex]

  4. A. battle of somme

    The British troops together with the French division were for a major raid at Somme hoping to break the stalemate. They wanted the Germans out of France. This battle of attrition stretched over the Somme river and resulted in a long stalemate. The small advances made by any part were of little significance. The campaign lasted until the winter. The British and French forces underwent heavy loses when trying to break the enemy frontlines on the Western Front in 1916.

    It is considered a stalemate since the Allies could only gain around 8km in repelling the advance of German troops.

    The Battle of Somme frontlines can be seen in this image:

    [tex]Which battle waged along a famous river, was a classic example of a world war 1 stalemate a. battle[/tex]

  5. wHOLE QUIZ mark as brainiest

    1Livestock (B)

    2Colombia(D)

    3NAFTA(E)

    4Gap between the rich and the poor(C)

    5Favela(A)

    6B

    7A

    8B

    9C

  6. D- Harlem Hell Fighters​

    Explanation:

    Pretty cool guys from the looks of it, and I remembered learning about them. Disappointingly enough, when they returned from the battlefront they were still faced with racism from their fellow men even though they served the nation.

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