Results for: Alliance

In World War 2

Who or what are alliances?

Answer The alliances of World War 1 were: Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy against the triple entente: Britain, France and Russia. However, Italy fought on the side of the (MORE)
In World War 2

What is alliance?

It's a agreement between people or countries to have peace, and once been attacked the other has to help.
In North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

What was an alliance?

When two or more people or teams work together to accomplish ordefeat something ( like in a war or just for military some countries have alliances)
In International Relations

What is the Purpose of an alliance?

According to realist perspectives, the main value and the purpose of alliance within the international relation system is to make the formal agreement between two or more stat (MORE)
In History of Asia

What is subsidary alliance?

A subsidiary alliance is an alliance between a dominant nation and a nation that it dominates. The doctrine of subsidiary alliance was introduced by Marquess Wellesley, (MORE)
In World War 2

What alliance do?

An Alliance is an Agreement over two country's like England and the United States of America did in World War II when we declared war on Germany. The alliance are people who a (MORE)
In WW1 Allied Forces

Why do people have alliances?

There are many different kinds of alliances, and many different reasons for entering into alliances, but generally speaking, people form alliances because an allied group of p (MORE)
In World War 1

Why are alliances dangerous?

that if one of those countries was invaded, the other countries would join in, so a world war would become a lot more likely.
In History

Why are alliances bad?

It depends on the scenario, not all alliances are good and not all are bad.
In Uncategorized

What is international alliance?

The Saint Joan"s international alliance is an unusual, but good example. It is an international organization. Named after St. Joan of Arc, it is involved with women's rights a (MORE)