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Asked in World War 1, UK History
Who side was Great Britain on in WW1?
Oh dear. Agreed. Great Britain was on the Allied side in both world wars from start to finish. In each war, America came in later, on the Allied side. Just to make sure - Germany was on the other side in both World Wars. ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1
What are the two countries that participate on each side in World War 1 and World War 2?
Great Britain and Germany were the only one countries who were face to face,what about usa ...
Whose side did America fight on during both world wars?
America fought on the Allied side during both World Wars and now they are one of the major Western Powers. ...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces, Central Powers
Who led each of the countries involved in World War 1?
There were 4 major powers on the Allied side, and 3 on the Central Powers side. Also,there was another 20 or so so European countries affected by WW I. ...
Asked in World War 2
What countries were in charge of each section after World War 2?
If you are talking about Germany.The left side was in control of the united states,france,and britian.The Right side was all controlled by Russia. ...
Asked in World War 1, Bulgaria
What side was Bulgaria on in World War 1?
Bulgaria and their previous rulers, the Ottoman Empire, both fought on the side of the Central Powers in World War I. Bulgaria hoped to get help from Germany and Austria in regaining territory lost in the Balkan Wars. Instead they lost still more land to neighboring countries. ...
What is the difference between Starwars the clone wars and starwars?
In the clone wars, the clones were on the bright side, but then in star wars, they were on the dark side. ...
Asked in Small Engines
In how many countries do car drive on the right side of the road?
Most countries throughout the world drive on the right side of the road. Some of these countries include America, Canada, China, Russia, and Israel. ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1
Why was world war named world war?
World War I was so named in retrospect with reference to World War II. At the time that World War I was being fought, it was simply known as "the Great War". These two wars were termed "World Wars" because they involved so many more countries than had every been part of any previous war. In the past wars were usually fought between two factions within a nation or a couple of nations or perhaps 2 or three nations allied against...
Asked in Latitude and Longitude
Is it time all over the world at the sameday and explain?
No, the Greenwich meridian sets universal world time and countries east of this move one hour forward in time for each 15° of longitude apart, while countries to the west are one hour behind for each 15° of longitude apart. this means that on the other side of the world form the Greenwich meridian there is a lone where either side one is one day ahead (or one day behind) - this is called the international date line. ...
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Russia
Is Russia a first world country?
No, Russia is a second world nation. The terms first, second, and third world countries refer to the Cold War. The first world countries consists of the US and their allies, the second world countries consists of the USSR and their allies, and the third world countries consists of nations not on any given side. ...
Asked in French and Indian War
What was at stake for each side in the Indian wars?
The president was going to get analized by sitting bull,they were going to have a indian orgy if the indians won ...
Where can one find the records of people who died in the World Wars and lived in Stowmarket?
The Stowmarket memorial gates list the Stowmarket residents who lost their lives in the World Wars. The gates can be found on the south side of the Recreation Ground. ...
Asked in Cold War
What is the impact of cold war in third world countries?
Each Third World country had a different experience in the Cold War, but those which were lined up with one side or the other at least managed to exist in peace. Those which could not take a definite side were torn apart by internal conflict. ...