These battle stars were usually awarded as a means of recognition that a person in service was in a particular battle or a series of campaigns . A distinction should be made when referring to a Silver or Bronze star which is given in recognition of courage or valor in battle . ~ see related link below .
The USS RANDOLPH earned three battle stars for World War II service.
Battle of the Bulge
The Battle of the Bulge was in World War Two.
World War 2 Battle of Stalingrad Battle of Britain Battle of the Atlantic Battle for Midway Battle of Leningrad
The Civil war was given that name because it was a battle for civil rights...
The BATTLE OF JUTLAND was the largest naval battle in World War I.
The Eastern Front
World War I
Stalingred was a battle that led into World War 2.
The Battle of Britain occured during World War II not World War I.
There was no battle line during World War 2.
Battle of Quebec
The Battle of San Jacinto
Some of the major battles of World War I include the Battle of Tannenberg, the Battle of Arras, The Battle of Verdun, and the Battle of the Somme.
The: battle of Somme battle of Kut
What was the longest battle of World War I?
4,000 gold stars are on the wall because they symbolize the world war 2.
World War #2.
ANSWER It was given during the Civil War, after the Battle of Gettysburg from which it was called.
It was not a battle.............It was a war......but it was not the bloodiest but one of the bloodiest.
pay for it
the battle of the dandenelles
Battle of Antietam
a battle during World War II