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Why was World War 1 a war?

War is when there is an armed conflict between 2 or more nations. World War 1 was exactly that- an armed conflict that involved a large part of all the countries in the world.


What is the english translation of 'conflict armado'?

According to the dictionary, the correct translation of the words 'conflict armado' stand for 'armed conflict'. An armed conflict is a state of open, armed, often prolonged conflict carried on between nations, states or parties.


Why did the US become involved in armed conflict in Vietnam?

Cold war.


What was the last year Finland was involved in armed conflict?

the last war against Soviet Union ended in 1945, after that Finland has not been in armed conflict in its own territory


What is the armed conflict between countries?

It is war and war is still going on.


The harpers ferry raid showed how close the nation was to?

armed conflict -apex


What effect did mititarism have on ww1?

Militarism strengthened the Armed Forces of the countries involved in the war, making the conflict the bloodiest in history. It also led to internal strife and civil wars due to the sabotaging of economies by war spending.


The state of tension between nations without armed conflict was know as what?

the state of tension between nations without armed conflict was know by having the handbook. the intentional relation was founded lately during 2001 for all of the countries out there


What is a nonagression pact?

A non-aggression pact is an international treaty between two or more states/countries agreeing to avoid war or armed conflict between them and resolve their disputes through peaceful negotiations


What are A set of minimum generalized rules that apply during an armed conflict is referred to as what?

Law Of Armed Conflict


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When was Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict created?

Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict was created in 2003.


What was Soldiers in World War 2?

Soldiers were service men and women who enlisted or were drafted into the armed forces of the various countries involved.


What countries had armed forces involved in World War 2?

the forces that were involved in world war 2 are: allied powers United States,Great Britain,The Philippines,China,India,Australia,Canada,The Middle East Countries,Russia,The Netherlands,New Zealand,Italy(after its defeat),Poland,African Nations,European countries except(Germany,Austria,Baltic States,Hungary,Latvia,Lithuania,Estonia) axis powers Germany,Japan,Italy,Thailand,Korea(although occupied by Japan),Austria,Baltic States,Hungary,Latvia,Lithuania,Estonia


What is an armed conflict?

An armed conflict is a term used in international law for a "contested incompatibility" which concerns government, territory, or both, where the use of armed force is present.


How many people died by gun in 2007?

Substantially less than died from drunk driving unless you include armed conflict between countries.


What state does ae stand for?

No states in the United States have the abbreviation "ae". However, several military "states" have that abbreviation. They include Armed Forces Africa, Armed Forces Canada, Armed Forces Europe, and Armed Forces Middle East.


How do you earn a soldiers medal?

Criteria: The Soldier's Medal is awarded to any person of the Armed Forces of the United States, or of a friendly foreign nation who while serving in any capacity with the Army of the United States, distinguished him/herself by heroism not involving actual conflict with an enemy. The same degree of heroism is required as for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross. The performance must have involved personal hazard or danger and the voluntary risk of life under conditions not involving conflict with an armed enemy. Awards will not be made solely on the basis of having saved a life.


What turned a disagreement into a war or armed conflict in the civil war?

The Battle of Fort Sumter transformed the secession crisis into an armed conflict. After the Confederates attacked the fort, Lincoln called for a volunteer army to put down the rebellion, causing the South to raise its own army and prompting four more states to secede.


What countries gave weapons to Vietminh?

The Viet Minh were armed primarily by the Allies (with the United States being at the forefront) and the Chinese.


What were handguns originally designed for?

Armed conflict.