The allied side. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand sparked a war causingand its allies to declare war on Serbia and . Soon, the allies of Serbia and Russia declared war on Austria. Then, when and France declared war, the US wanted to help their allies, causing them to join the allies.
The US fought on the side of the Allies. The other side was called the Axis.
they fighted on the allies
Depends on what side your talking about (US or Germany)
Trust me on this one it would be South Korea
they fought alongside Britain, Russia, France
they had the fight all over the world so that is why it was the world war 2.
Same side as the French. Yes, the Japanese in WW1 were on the Allied side..... same as the US, but a bit earlier !
yes the US did fight in ww1 it was closer to the end of the war though
Because Germany and Japan had signed an agreement to fight together.
World War 1, World War 2 and I think the Korean War too.
The US fought for the South against the Northern Communists.
U.S. Entered World War I April 6, 1917 On April 6, 1917, the U.S. joined its allies--Britain, France, and Russia--to fight in World War I.
The Unites States entered World War I because German submarines sank several US merchant ships
In what ways did the US remain undecided about which side to support in world war 1?
Yes, he actually did! He was a pilot in the Korean War and he was in the side of US.
?? WW2 or World WAR 2 was a war.
how the us provided the people and weapons to fight the war Uh! rubbish answer
Korean War World war 1 and 2
During the Korean War Japan was occupied by the United States and did not fight on either side, but was used by the US to resupply the United Nations troops in Korea
The US fought Germany, Japan, and Italy
The US fought Germany and Austria-Hungary in World War I.
If you are referring to the US Civil War, Germany played no part at all.
Because we live in a fallen world. _|_ |
The US sided with the United Kingdom, France, and the Soviet Union in World War 1.
Pennsylvania fought on the side of the North during the "War for Southern Independence" 1861-1865/