Latvia was forcibly occupied by the Soviet Union in 1940. Later captured by the Germans and then recaptured by the Soviets. Whether because of conviction or just because of where they happened to be when one or the other occupying force was in power, there were Latvians fighting in both the armies. If they could have chosen they probably would have been neutral.
Yes, Latvia did fight in World War 2!
During the Nazi occupation around 75,000 Jews were killed in Latvia. A total of 200,000 Latvian citizens died during the World War 2.
Latvia was invaded first by the Soviet Union, but was then invaded by Germany during Operation Barbarossa. The Soviet Union later retook Latvia.
What were the side effects of the sicily campaign in world war 2?
Japan and Italy fought against Germany in World War 1 but were on Germany's side in World War 2
They were on your moms side
On the Allied side.
on the side of allies
there own side smart
No, the Jews were not a side in World War 2. The Jews collectively were not combattants.
He was with The Allies in World War 2.
Scotland was part of the Allied Powers during World War 2 .
Spain was a Neutral country in World War 2, and did not fight on either side.