Was there a cease fire in World War 2?
It was an agreement by the allies and central powers to not fire at each other for 24 hours
Germany had been conpletely and utterly defeated.
yes and there was also a game of football between the two sides
A cease fire is when two oposing armies agree to stop fighting temporarily. This can be an agreement between 2 large armies or 2 small groups on the battlefield. The terms of the cease-fire has to be agreed to on the spot so this is a risky time as either side could accidently start fighting again. This is not the same as a Truce. Sometimes a battle or a war wears down both sides and… Read More
This may not be what you expected, but it is the answer to what you asked. 1. The Korean War was not a war, it was a United Nations Police action. 2. IT HAS NOT ENDED! A cease fire was signed on 27 July 1953. That did not decide the issue to anybody's satisfaction. There was no surrender, and no Peace Treaty. And by the way, they still shoot at each other occasionally, so even… Read More
Kaijudo Rise of the Duel Masters - 2012 Cease Fire 2-2 was released on: USA: 28 June 2013
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BEGAN: August 2, 1990 -Iraqi invasion of Kuwait ENDED: March 3, 1991- Iraq accepts cease-fire
There used to be Christmas "Cease-Fires" during the Vietnam War.
After Hiroshima and Nagasaki were atomic bombed and Japan surrendered to the US
Yes, I know of one that was awarded and I have it. My grandfather(FRANK YALCH) was a Scout in WW1. He fought in 2 battles, he was hit by a piece of shrapnel in the Battle of Argonne and was in the hospital when the cease fire was called. He was awarded two metals, one being a purple heart.
Actively fire guns, no.
During world war 2 France capitulated to Germany rather than fight. [capitulate: yeild; to cease resisting; acquiesce]
They put out fires and stuff like that.
Scream aim and fire!
The US infantry called it fire and manuver
They put out fires like a fire man and they worked for the womens land army Bye
Fire watchers in World War Two were people who went to a high point in their village or town and watched there all night for fires. If they saw a fire they had to report it to the fire department. There would probably be more than one fire watcher if it was a big city that needed watching.
They watered their victory gardens, worked fire trucks, ext.
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Answer 1 Once went and defeated and requested cease fire from Hezbollah. so this is a good lesson. Answer 2 Israel will defend its citizens and its homeland as necessary. Hezbollah certainly has the ability to provoke a substantial response, but should understand that there will be no whining about whether or not they feel the response is 'proportionate'.
WW2 Fire Workers were like female fire men and were part of the womens land army. i do not know there are stupid idiots
the zombies from the blackops got out of the game and turned on them,so team delta went out with fire
that question doesn't sense fire your teacher
Incendiary (fire) Explosive Poison Gas
spit fire,lancasta bomer,109
Because Americans shot them. And fire-bombed them. And eventually nuked them.
Some women did fight in World War 2. Some were nurses, some had desk jobs, and some were spies. Some were just women in the line of fire.
to blind fire just press the fire button without aiming while in cover
That bombing was in the last days of the war, it concisted or incendiary bombs which destroyed the place under a blanket of fire.
it was when they all thought that they needed to rip off each others toes?
German Blitzkrieg Fire and Manuver vs trench warfare of WW1
Foyle's War - 2002 Enemy Fire 3-2 is rated/received certificates of: UK:12 (video rating) (2005)
he saw the most bigist baddest gun in he world pointing at him and reddy to fire!
The most serious fire-bombings in Europe were those on Hamburg (July 1943) and Dresden (February 1945).
What is the name of the city and country that was a major player in world war 2 and devastating earthquake and fire in 1923?
Tokyo , Japan .
Pillboxes were used in World War II as a way to fire weapons. They were built with loopholes and this allowed the weapon to be slotted in and then fired. They provided protection for the soldiers.
2 atomic bombs and 2 million HE bombs and 5 million incendiary fire bombs
Very effective, although artillery & mortar fire often cause more casualties. All major weapons types used in World War 2 continue to be used today.
if you are talking about the flamethowers there were sacks of fuel on the belts or on the side of the flamethower planes ,tanks, and people on the gorund had flamethowers
High explosive bombs incendiary bombs/fire bombs hope this helps
Machine guns have a higer rate of fire and so they shoot bulets faster
about 500 rounds(bullets) per minute
the Germans dared the children by putting them in fire or throwing bombs at them.
The Third Robotech War The New Generation - 1985 Metal Fire 2-9 was released on: USA: August 2013
air raid shelters werent that good because they blew over or they got on fire
Uesd for putting out fires caused by incendiary bombs, part of fire watcher equipment
No, but it was intended that it would be if Operation Sealion (the German invasion plan) was put into action.
World War II airplanes provided fire to support troops on the ground, ferried paratroopers back and forth across the battlefield, dropped supplies, and destroyed enemy cities, just to name a few things.