About half of Europe.
Adolf Hitler wanted to invade Europe so that essentially he could take over the world. Once Europe is completely controlled by him he could move out in all directions to conquer the globe.
he really invaded Poland Hungary and other neighboring places but he did not invade the USA
The only countries Hitler didn't invade in Europe was Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Ireland, and Turkey. He didn't invade these countries because either he made a treaty with them or the country had no economic or territorial interests.
Hitler did not invade North Korea.
In denmark, and a lot of places in Europe
it is the military strategy Hitler used to invade the counties of Europe, It meens Lighting War
Hitler did invade the USSR on 22 June 1941.
First, the question is ridiculous because Mexico is in the Americas and Germany is in Europe. Anyone, who knows geography, would realize that Hitler could only invade if his army was shipped across the Ocean.
Eventually yes but but he wanted to conquer all of Europe he had Japan attack the US
so he could invade western Europe without fear of invasion from the east
Think of it more as invading Occupied France - they had to defeat Hitler's control of Europe.
The Allies didn't invade Europe, we came to Europe's aid. When we began the Liberation of France, this was called D day...
First was Poland in 1939 at Warsaw, Poland fell.
Hitler did not invade England during WW2. No one invaded England during WW2.
Hitler invaded these countries because he needed allies, but in general public he said that he was invading these places for German citizens to live.
Hitler never invaded Germany.
No, Hitler didnt. Japan did.
Soviet-German Non Aggression Pact