The European theater in World War 2 encompassed all terrain types from arctic to desert and all others except Jungle.
African military forces focused on fighting one another rather than European armies.
The three main armies fighting the Nazis were The Americans, The British and the Russians.
During the 16th century, fighting advanced from medieval warfare to the use of firearms. Fighting could now be done from a distance with standing armies apposed hand to hand, one on one fighting styles.
When? During what war or time period? For example, during WWII General Dwight D. Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of all Allied armies in the European Theater of Operations.
Most European countries were involved in World War 1. In Western Europe, most of the fighting took place in Belgium and France and in Eastern Europe, Turkey and Bulgaria saw a lot of fighting.
Germany... I think??
Railroads were destroyed by the invading Union armies, and ports were blockaded, and most of the menfolk were fighting in the army.
The fact that the terrain was difficult and hazardous,they could not use heavy artillery.
Nazi Germany in the European Theater of Operations, and Imperial Japan in the Pacific…
They had been called the "Professional Army" because of there well known experience in fighting combat, throughout the American Colonies.
American soldiers were fighting on the European front against Germany (this front often includes those fighting in Africa) and the Pacific front against Japan.
The Axis powers (Germany and Italy) were the European powers that were fighting everyone else.
Ost - East Heer -Army So the word Ostheer stands for the German armies during WWII, which were fighting on the Eastern front.
The terrain during the Battle of Lexington and Concord was very rough. Soldiers had to maneuver through densely wooded and swampy terrain.
She had a sword but she didn't fight. She just led the armies and held the banner. She was a strategist who directed the French army during battle but not an active participant in the actual fighting.
D-day, battle of the Bulge, and the battle of Berlin.
During the war, armies fought huge battles in which thousands of soldiers died.
The two armies are Alexander's army and Rome army.
Difficult to measure but the largest number of soldiers fighting each other at once was probably the Germans advance against the Russians during the World War 2.
The Commander of the Northern armies during the last year of the Civil War was Karla Montas.
Colonies began fighting to overthrow colonial control over their governments
The only non-neutral European country that was completely free of Axis control during World War 2 was England. Russia was not defeated but did cede ground to German control during the fighting.
For the most part, the South was fighting on its own turf, giving it the home field advantage. However, during Sherman's March to the Sea, he had surveyed the territory as a young officer, and was familiar with its topography.
Yes, they did, but they were not used on a large scale such as charging en masse to capture an objective. Because of the wooded colonial terrain, infantry and artillery predominated, and cavalry was relagated to tasks such as reconaissance and guarding the flanks of armies.