What was the first battle at the start of World War 2?
What started the Civil War was the bombing of Fort Sumter. President Lincoln was resupplying Fort Sumter, a Union base located in the south, and told the south that he was only resupplying it and if they attack then they were the ones to start the war and they attacked with bombs. But the first battle of the civil war was the first battle of bull run.
The first battle of World War II was the Battle of Westerplate in Poland that lasted seven days--1 September to 7 September 1939--as a result of the Allied Forces' declaration of war to Germany, Slovakia, and the Soviet Union due to their invasion of Poland. Hope that helps! The first battle of world war 2 occured in Poland on September 1st 1939.
It would be fair to say that the first armed conflict that led to the US Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina. Two reasons standout, one is that US President Lincoln had to believe it was an armed conflict, however, if he thought it was a war, he would not have called for only 75,000 volunteers to enlist for three months. Clearly he expected this rebellion to swiftly be ended and never reach the…