We were at war with Germany in Europe and we were attacked by Japan in the Pacific. So we fought on two fronts, Europe and the Pacific.
Because of Germany
Australia fought as part of the Allies that defeated Germany in World War 2. Almost a million Australian soldiers fought in the war, primarily in the Pacific arena, but also on European and African fronts.
It fought the war in two separate locations.It had to split its army to fight on two fronts.~APEX
Yes, world war two was fought on all fronts.
Germany fought the us in world war 1
yes they fought in world war 2 because Germany sink one of Mexico ships
Germany had to fight on two fronts
World War II was fought mostly in Europe, though there were fronts in Africa, and then Asia as well.
The US fought on more than two fronts during WW 2.The ground fighting fronts included:North AfricaItalyFrance/GermanyCentral PacificWestern PacificAlaskaand the Home Front.
The war on Germany was no longer being fought on two fronts. All of the allied forces were on the West, meaning Germany could focus their full forces on the Western front.
the western, Germany and pacific front Japan...however, you could say there were three fronts. those two are important, but the other is the home front. it had the most impact on the US economicaly,politicaly and socialy.
Allied by Germany & Turkey: Fought against by Russia & on the Italian/ Balkan fronts. The Brusilov offensive was devastating, though not sustained, by Russia.
The battle fronts were in France and Belgium. Usually were in France. Also in Gallipoli where the ANZACS fought against Turk.
World War 1 was fought against primarily Germany.
France fought during World War 1 because Germany attacked France and France fought back.
The US fought in many different parts of the world during the war. A front is just a boundary between countries involved in the war, so multiple fronts is just, multiple of these different boundaries. The US fought in several different fronts which included, but are not limited to, Northern Africa, South East Asia, and Europe. These were all different fronts, as they are in different locations in the world.
Austria/Hungary & TurkeyAustria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire fought with Germany.
WWI was fought primarily in Europe, with the exception of northern Africa. It is called 'world war' because it was fought by nations across the globe on the battlefield of Europe but not necessarily the whole world. The empires of Britain and France meant more countries were drawn into the conflict. The war in Europe was fought on three fronts; the Western, the Eastern and the Italian.
Most of the battles were fought in Italy ,Japan, and Germany.
Japan and Italy fought against Germany in World War 1 but were on Germany's side in World War 2