There were only three that I know of. The Pacific Front- the war with Japan in the Pacific The African Front- Allied movements through North Africa leading up to the invasion and the liberation of Italy, liberation of Poland and the invasion of Southern Germany. The European Front- The liberation of France, The Rhine Land and eventually the invasion of East/West Germany.
Italy was the first EUROPEAN nation the Allies attacked with the US forces to drive the Germans out of Italy and give the Allies a place to work from during the D Day Normandy invasion.
it was the invasion of Sicily, Italy
important in world war 2 ;)
Operation Avalanche and operation Baytown were codenames associated with the Allied invasion of Italy.
The Allies successfully established a beachhead at both Anzio and Salerno in the Italy invasion.
Italy's successful invasion of Ethiopia was one of the earliest contributing factor to World War II. However, their invasion of Greece was not so successful.
mediterranean or European
Eastern Front, Italy and from D-Day on, Normandy, France, Belgium, etc.
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931The invasion of Abbysinia by Italy in 1935The re-militarisation of the Rhineland by Germany in 1936All these were aggressive actions, but whether they threatened world peace is debatable.
The D-Day Allied invasion at Normandy, France in 1944