There were several. Switzerland - Despite being surrounded by Axis nations and territory (but with few Natural Resources, no vital trade routes, no naval bases) the Axis nations left her alone. The two sides did trade frequently as Switzerland required natural resources to keep her industries alive. Sweden - Traded freely with Germany providing iron ore and some manufactured goods such as ball bearings. Turkey - Did declare war on Germany a few weeks before the end of fighting (always a nice touch) but during the major portions of the war traded freely providing Germany with her indispensible requirements of chromium ore. Spain - Despite owing the Axis for support during their '30s civil war, the Spanish never got into WWII. They did provide some support for German naval forces at various times. Spain also provided tungsten ore to the Axis nations. Portugal - I think they pulled a 'turkey' and declared war at the end of hostilities against Germany. Ireland - Despite being ravaged by the English for centuries, the Irish never aided the Axis, probably since to do so would have meant even more brutalization at the hands of the English, Germany being in no position to assist them.
The European countries involved in World War 1 introduced food rationing. Obviously, this involved issuing ration-books.
Germany was involved in World War 2 and their was serious effects not only on most european countries but also in eastern USSR. So did WWI, for that matter.
Because multiple countries are involved in it. Just like WW1. WW2 has involved in many European countries such as Germany, Japan, Italy. Opposing them were the US, Britain, Russia, many more countries unlisted.
those countries involved in the European war.......................
spain, switzerland, sweden, vatican city, ireland,
Whitch countries were involved in world war 2 in addition to America and japan?
The US was across an ocean from the European countries, which was a major reason why they decided to stay out of war.
No, only a couple of Asian countries contributed to WW1 but Vietnam wasn't one of them. The only countries that did participate were colonies of the European countries which were involved.
Most wars were faught only between a few countries, but both World War 1 and World War 2 involved hundreds of countries, hence the name Wold War. They also brought mass devestation and destruction with them.
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.
Almost all of continental Europe was involved in World War 2. Many nations were invaded and occupied by Germany. Germany, France, England, Italy, and Russia were all combatants.
there are 12 main countries that were involved in World War 1.
The Pacific Theater, where the US fought Japan and the European theater the war, the war with European countries in the second world war
yes the effect of second world war weaken the most European countries.
Spain, Portugal, and Denmark were not involved.
The US and the USSR both emerged as world powers. All the European countries involved in the war emerged with their relative status much reduced.
The European countries involved in World War I had long standing alliances and treaties, through familial and diplomatic relations. Once the Austro-Hungarian empire fired on Serbia, all the alliances were called in, causing more and more countries to enter into the war.
Most countries - that's why it was called a world war.
what were the names of the leaders in world war 1
Not every European country became involved in World War Two. Countries such as Sweden and Switzerland maintained an official policy of neutrality during the war. Other countries such as Greece and Norway were attacked by a belligerent power during the war.
The Allies and the Entente.
World War I was also called 'The Great War'. It was given that name because it involved all of the world's great powers or most influential and important countries.
No, it was a European war we chose to become involved in.