What did the Netherlands have to do with World War 2?
The Netherlands was invaded by Nzi Germany in WWII
The Netherlands had nothing to do with Canada that related them with world war I
Switzerland, and Netherlands were neutral during world war 2
Germany invaded the Netherlands on 10 May 1940.
Yes. Amsterdam, The capitol city of the Netherlands during world war 2, was taken by the Nazis May 10, 1940. The rest of the Netherlands followed suit.
2 countries, Switzerland, Netherlands
The Germans occupied their country
No. The Netherlands were invaded by Germany in May 1940 and remained under German occupation till the end of the war. The country was not annexed.
It is located in Overloons, Netherlands. See the related links below for photos and full details.
People in the Netherlands mainly spoke Dutch, just as they do today.
The leader was Anton A. Mussert.
At the Grebbeberg near Rhenen.
Rotterdam was the governing city of Holland (and I believe the entire Netherlands) during World War 2 and remains the Capitol today.
About 102,000 out of !40,000 (about 73%).
It was invaded by Germany on May 10, 1940.
Russia, Britain, Germany, and I think the Netherlands
NAZIS, neighboring countries, Netherlands.
Rotterdam (The Netherlands) was heavily bombarded as well.
Arnhem in the Netherlands is one example of many.
1939 in Poland. In 1940 They came to Netherlands to bomb Rotterdam
The Netherlands was one of the countries that made up the Allies of World War II. They fought just as any other occupied country. After Germany occupied the Netherlands, there were some Dutch collaborators, but for the most part, the Germans had to contend with Dutch resistance fighters.
UK, Netherlands,and mainly France
During World War II, the Netherlands (or, Holland) was in fact one of the eventual victors. Although losing its home-territory to Germany and then most of its colonial possessions to the Japanese, the Netherlands eventually shared in the victory won by the Allies against the Axis in Europe and the Pacific both.
The countries in world war 2 were Denmark, the Netherlands, France ,Germany, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Poland, England, Scotland, U.S.A., Egypt, Libya, Russia,and Japan.
The Netherlands proclaimed it's neutrality during World War I, and their neutrality was respected. It also proclaimed itself neutral during World War II, but a little detail like that didn't bother Hitler. He invaded The Netherlands anyway.
The Netherlands were neutral prior to WWII and so did not have a very big army on dutch soil. Germany invaded in 1940 and until 1944 the Netherlands were under German occupation, of which some Dutch resisted.
Many battles were fought in World War Two. The most notorious were Iwo Jima, The Phillipeanes, D-Day, and the Battle of the Bulge in the Netherlands.
Many people fled there for safety from the Germans until the Germans invaded there.
Yes it was , on may 10 , 1940 @ 04:35 am , Germany invaded : The Netherlands , Belgium , Luxembourg ,
France, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, Czechaslovakia, Hugary, Denmark, Norway and The Netherlands
the Netherlands was the last country to be freed on May 5th 1945.
Nazi, Netherlands, Norway, navy, neutral, nations, nationalists
England, France, China, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Bahamas, Russia, Poland.
Mainly the United States and Japan Answer As well as Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands and Britain.
Poland, Denmark, Norway, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, Yugoslavia, Greece, and Soviet Union.
There is no World War Eleven. But in world war 2, there was- Poland Czechoslovakia Austria Denmark Norway Belgium Netherlands Luxembourg France Yugoslavia Greece Albania So... 13.
A man named Anton Mussert, essentially a Nazi collaborator, much like Quisling in Norway. He was tried and executed under Dutch law after the war. Mussert was a Nazi stooge, the real person calling the shots in The Netherlands during the war was Arthur Seyss-Inquart, who was tried at Nuremberg, and hanged.
Who kept a famous Diary of her time spent in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War 2?
definitely Anne Frank.not hitler.
The Netherlands stands out as a country that openly defied the Nazi's to protect their Jewish population.
The country was invaded by Germany in May 1940. The government fled to Britain and formed a government in exile.
these two countries were supposed to be neutral the same as the Netherlands, however, they were also overrun by the Nazis.
Yes, Dutch did invade England in 1688. In the second world war the netherlands had nothing to do with the war. They where neutral. Germany decided due to heavy resistance on the belgium and french border to invade the netherlands first. Also the Netherlands had no part in trying to invade England in the second world war. You got the germans and dutch mixed up.
Annexed before World War 2 Austria The Sudetenland The rest of Bohemia and Moravia Memelland (from Lithuania) Invaded during World War 2 Poland Denmark Norway The Netherlands Belgium Luxembourg France Yugoslavia Greece The Soviet Union - Russia (part), Belarus, Ukraine. Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The USA, Great Britain, the Netherlands, China, France, Australia, and the Philippines. In the last year of the war the USSR agreed to declare war on Japan and invaded Manchuria.
extremely fast, they used a form of battle called blitzkreig translates to, lighting war. this technique was an extremely fast annexing of positions from air and land.
The Netherlands was technically neutral in WWII as it was in WWI. However, it was invaded by German forces and was completely occupied. Some Dutch forces escaped and fought with the Allies in Europe and forces in the colonies, like Netherlands East Indies (now Indonesia) fought against the Japanese with the Allies. So, one could say, the government-in-exile declared war on the Axis forces.
The Netherlands wanted to stay out of the war. They sided with England and allied with them even after Hitler invaded their nation. Allies (Leaders) Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France · Australia · New Zealand · South Africa ·Canada · Norway · Belgium · Netherlands · Greece · Yugoslavia · Soviet Union · United States · Philippines · Mexico · Brazil
What were the origins and the outcome of the war between the Netherlands and Spain in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries?
The origin of the war was Charles V's rule of the Netherlands. The outcome of the war was the union of Utrecht and created a line between the Netherlands and Belgium.
U.K, Australia, France, Netherlands, even japan did, Spain had philliphines i guess and US i think
First Austria, then the Sudetenland (E. Czech), followed by Poland, Norway,Denmark,Belgium,the Netherlands, and France :)