Did France take place in the Cold War?
I am sorry while as a Canadian it would be nice to think of France as an incident, it was not. ;)
I think the question is did France take part in the cold war and did the cold war happen in France.
Generally France is a NATO country and was actively involved in Opposing the USSR and its goals during the cold war.
That would mean that there were incidents in France constituting that the cold war happened partially in France.
It take place some where you don't know that is why you are looking.
the cold war actually necer really had a certain place that it was taken at but it did have to do with the U.S and Russia after world war II
All of it took place in France.
The Afghanistinian war. Russian War, and The Cold War. ;)
the Cold War I think
the part were the war was fought
All of the Hundred Years War took place in France
France. All over France. It took place in almost every place in what we now call France. It even took place in Holland.
The cold war did not take place in any specific location. It did however involve the United States and Russia because they were the only super powers left in the world after WWII.
Yes, right in the middle of the Cold War, as the USA government was fighting the spread of Communisim
it took place at Russia and America. but it did kinda take place in Cuba and Turkey
On the beaches of Normandy.
France and Ypres
France, Belgiam, Gallipoli,
World War one took place in France, Belgium, Germany and Russia.
Most of the fighting took place in France.
Yes. It took place in 1962.
The battle took place at Cold Harbor Virginia, about 10 miles northeast of Richmond.
declare war on Germany
While much of the fighting was in France, it was fought in other nations as well.
The allied invasion of France took place at Normandy. It took place during World War Two and was the largest amphibious attack ever.
The Cold War was the NAME of a military stand-off between the USSR & US both of whom were armed with Nuclear Weapons. The Atomic Weapons created the Cold War. There was no actual war fought.
At the western front, in France.
No it happened way after WW1. It even came after WW2.
The Cold War was not "cold" per say, but was simply the name of a war that took place.
The Battle of the Bulge was an engagement during WW II. It did not take place during the cold war
The bulk of the World War 1 was fought in France, Belgium and Luxembourg.
There was NO place in the Cold War that had action. That is why it was called " cold" . If any action had taken place it would have resulted in total war.
The Hundred Years' War took place in Great Britain, France, parts of Spain, and the "Low Countries" along the North Sea.
Not to be rude, but the Great War (if your talking about World War One) did not take place in the United States of America. It took place in Europe, specifically Western Europe, like France and other countries in that area. If you meant where in the war did they enter or fight in, the answer would be all over France. I would recommend looking the Great War up in Wikipedia for more answers if… Read More
The president of France in the cold war , was General Charles De Gaulle.
A large part of the Cold War staring contest took place in Berlin, which was then divided, although the city was located entirely within Communist East Germany. Suggest you search "Berlin Airlift" and "Berlin Wall" for further info on Berlin's role in the Cold War.
which war took place in france in 1918
it took place on d-day when the USA an GB landed in france to take it back from the Germans
the seven years war took place from 1754 (when France and austria allied against Frederick of Germany/ Germany and Britain) to 1763.
The race did not take place that year because of World War 1.
It didn't only take place in France. There was just as much fighting in Russia, Africa, the Middle East and at sea. Now, the question becomes WHY was there fighting in France. The answer is quite simple. Germany invaded France and France didn't want to be taken over, so the only thing they could do was fight.
The French and Indian War was part of a larger European War. The French and British quarreled with each other and eventually the French lost and many French settlers were deported to New Orleans. Canada became British territory.
Yorktown, it was a place in the cold war
Yogoslavia and France escaped from the bipolar alliance of the cold war by withdrawing from NATO military structures and expelling all of their NATO troops.
It was a tactic employed by Nazi Germany against (mainly) Poland and France. Russia to an extent.
Of World War One, Europe. But mainly in the Western Front, which is France and parts of Belgium.
Most of the battles of World War One took place on the western front. They took place inside of France and Belgium. Not a single battle took place in Germany.
Michael Morpurgo's book "War Horse" is set against the backdrop of WW1 (1914-18) in France .
The Cold toke place from 1945 to 1991. It started at the Yalta Conference Feburary 4th through 11th 1945. And it ended without a signal shot in 1991 with american the victor.