How old did you have to be to sign up to fight in Britain in World War 1?
You had to be 17 to join up for the army in able to fight for Britain in WW1, but many boys lied about their ages, lads as young as 15 signed up and most were killed in action.
where did they fight in britain during world war 2
Britain entered the fighting World War I after the German invasion of Belgium.
Men in world war one were volunteering to fight in war because they thought it was their duty to help out the mother country.( Britain). They thought that if they protected Britain then in times of need Britain would help to protect Australia.
Britain was exhausted from the 2nd world war and colonies started to fight back. Britain was exhausted from the 2nd world war and colonies started to fight back.
Britain fought alongside the Allied Powers.
Ostensibly to defend Belgium's Neutrality.
German, US, Russia, Britain. etc.
Off the back of a wagon
ohio river valley
because they had fight with the britain that how they got in the war in 1812
Germany, France, Britain, Russia
Britain. I researched it a couple days ago. World war II was the US against Britain.
Australia entered the First World War along with Britain in August 1914.
September 1st or 3rd, 1939 Germany invades Poland. Britain and France declare war on Germany.
Yes Britain was sided with United States against Japan, Italy, and Germany.
to win freedom from great britain
Britain fought in the U.S. Revolutionary War because The original 13 colonies belonged to Great Britain. In order for the colonies to became free they had to fight Britain to gain their own freedom and become their own country.
No, France gave in to Germany, and Germany then took over France. We did not help them. Not in World War I, the war the question asks about. Britain joined France in its fight againt Germany during the first World War.
The Triple Entente (Britain, France and Germany)
they baked them lots and lots of cakes
No, Canada did not fight Russia in Worl War 2. They fought together with the help of great britain, against germany.
The German army crossing into Belgium, whose neutrality had been guaranteed by Britain.
France and Britain went to war because the American's had issues with the Indians. It was suppose to be the French and Indian against Britain and American.
Great Britain (British)
The colonists wanted independence from Britain.
Conscription was introduced in Britain in 1916 - about half way through the war.
Yes, he didn't want to have to fight Britain, but Britain and France declared war on Germany on September 3rd 1939, two days after Germany invaded Poland.
By sending them aid and helping them fight against Ger.
they fought alongside Britain, Russia, France
Eire (the Republic of Ireland) did not fight in World War 2. Northern Ireland, as a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland fought on the Allied side.
there was a good fight in the battle of Britain and helped Britain win the war
The attitude changed during the war because at the start of the war Britain and its people were very happy and excited about the war and many men and boys wanted to sign up to fight because they believed it would be the war to end all war. At the end of the war however there were less men willing to fight and people were not being told all information (due to the DORA) So… Read More
In the Revolutionary War, the colonists were in rebellion against Britain.
Germany, Japan, and Italy.
France and Britain
France and Britain.
Axis powers, mainly Germany, Italy and Japan. Britain fought Germany, Italy, Japan in WW2.
they had a strong sence of nationalism/ pride for their country and for Britain during the time as they were still a colony of great Britain
World War to was a war between: USA, Canada, Britain, the Soviet union, and the free french army(the Allies) against Germany,and Japan (the axis)
Canada was an ally to Britain and the USA fighting Germany during the WW1
A number of countries used it as an opportunity to fight Great Britain.
Canada fought with the Allies: U.S., Great Britain, the Soviet Union.