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Similarities between the Europe war and the war in Iraq?


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Answered 2008-09-26 19:14:21

There is no such thing as the Europe War. There were two main wars in Europe in the 19th Century: The First World War and the Second World War.

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WW1 was fought between nations; Iraq is restoring law, order, and stability to the nation. No nation is at war with Iraq.


The only similarities between the two wars is that they are both bloody and the only difference between them is that the machines used in the war in Iraq are much more advanced than the one used in World War 1


The only one I know is that they both fought America, well America was in the cold war and America fought Iraq.


WW2 was fought against Germany and japan. in Iraq we are fighting against a group or "movement" i.e the taliban instead of nations


Vietnam was a war against the nation of NORTH Vietnam and communism. Iraq is the restoration of law and order; and stability to the country.


Frankly, there is very little, if any, similarities between the two wars. The reasons they occurred, methods they were fought with, and outcomes are radically different.



the transportation is very simalar. as well as the food, religious spread, and that we are both fighting the war in iraq.


As of 2012 there is no war between Iraq and the United States, declared or undeclared.


The war in Vietnam, the Korean War, World War 1, World War 2...were fought against Nations (countries). The United States is NOT at war with Iraq nor Afghanistan. The US is at war with insurgents/terrorists (criminals that attacked New York City on 9/11); they just happen to be in the Iraq/Afghanistan regions.


The US is not at war with Iraq. The US was at war with North Vietnam.


the transportation is very simalar. as well as the food, religious spread, and that we are both fighting the war in iraq.


None. Vietnam was a war against another nation (North Vietnam). Iraq is a police action in which law, order, and stability is trying to be established from withing the country. The US is NOT at war with Iraq.


the war on terror is between the United States and Iraq


Similarities were that they were both about what to do after the war


WWI was a war between NATIONS. No country is at war with Iraq. Iraq has a law enforcement problem (issue); terrorists (criminals).


Iraq was generally considered the victor of the 1980-1989 Gulf War between Iran and Iraq.


Historians generally agree, that Iraq may have gotten the best of the war.



It could be called the "war in Iraq"...it cannot be called the war against Iraq, because the US is NOT at war with Iraq. The US is trying to restore law, order and stability to the Iraqi government/and region.


Like WWII, the Vietnam War was fought between nations. No nation is AT WAR with the country of Iraq. The US is AT WAR with the criminal elements within that nation: terrorists; and is trying to establish law, order, and stability to Iraq.


None when compared to fighting the Germans & Japanese. The German and Japanese military forces were competent and determined foes during WWII; the Iraqi military was far from it.


There was no war between Iran and Iraq in 1969. War broke out between them in 1980. To read about the causes of that war, please see the Related Question below.


There was a brief war between Iraq & the US during Operation Desert Storm in 1991; that campaign lasted less than 60 days. There was a brief war between Iraq & the US during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003; that campaign lasted less than 60 days. There is no war between and Iraq & the US today. The restoration of law, order, and stability is the mission in Iraq since 2003.