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Allied Countries (US, UK, France) and Axis Countries (Germany, Italy, Japan)

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War is when there is an armed conflict between 2 or more nations. World War 1 was exactly that- an armed conflict that involved a large part of all the countries in the world.


because many countries and continents were involved in the conflict.


During world conflict, no. The times the Olympic Games were cancelled was in 1916 during World War I and 1940 and 1944 during World War II.


He was the prime minister during part of World War 2.


World War I was a truly global conflict. Networks of alliances forced countries to become involved in the fighting, even if they did not directly have a stake in the conflict.


because it involved lots of countries world wide


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It was Germany,that invaded the Benelux countries and France during World War II.




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Because people tend to move (migrate) to avoid the conflict, so with no war there was little movement of people. When war came and countries were invaded populations started to move to avoid the conflict; or the invading military forces. This is how you tend to have more immigrants during a conflict.


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The Holocaust took place during World War 2.


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Nope. The Civil war was about the politics and government of the country and had nothing to do with the religion of the countries citizens.




Switzerland was neutral during the conflict.


France didn't even rule France during World War 2, let alone occupy any other countries.