If you count the Falklands Islands as British soil the last battle on British soil would have been the Falklands War Friday April 2nd 1982 - June 14th 1982
If you count the Falkland Islands as British soil, then sometime during the Falklands War of 1982.
There were many battles fought on Union soil. There was Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, Antietam /Sharpsburg fought in Maryland, and there was another Civil War battle fought in Vermont.
Antitiem or Sharpsburg
the battle of bosworth was the penultimate battle of the wars of the roses it was the civil war between the House of Lancaster and the House of York that raged across England it was fought on 22nd August 1485 the battle was won by the lancasters it was on of the three most important battles fought on british soil
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There are at least three plausible answers. Sedgemoor (1685) was the last pitched battle between regular armies. Preston (1715) was a siege that turned into a battle in the streets, like Stalingrad. Clifton (1745) was a skirmish.In addition, the WW2 battles of Britain and London were fought over English soil, but not on it.
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The battle of bull run was a famous battle that was fought on southern soil during the civil war. This was a conflict fought in northern Virginia near Fredricksburg.
There were no official war on US soil (US being the states), other than the attack by the British which had the Capital burned. American Civil War of 1861!
The South fought fought major battles on northern soil at Antietam. Then there was the Battle of Chickamauga, the 3 Chattanooga Battles, and the Battle of Gettysburg
In the US Civil War, almost all the battles were fought in the South.
The last war fought on British land territory would technically be the Falklands War in 1982, and Britain is still involved of course in the Afghan War. However, if you mean the sovereign state of England land battles it would be either the Battle of Culloden in 1746, or even the Battle of Gravseney Marsh in 1940 during the Battle of Britain. However, this is where a German plane crash landed and when British soldiers went to investigate, the German crew were found waiting with machine guns. However, the British overcame them easily, and even took them to the local pub.
The Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, Maryland and the Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania.
Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle fought in The American Civil War, and also it is the largest battle fought on North America soil. About 165,000 soldiers fought at Gettysburg and about 51,000 was either killed, captured or wounded.
I believe that it might have been the Aleutians if you count territories, this was WWII in Alaska. If you want states,I know there was a battle between Mexicans and Germans fighting against US soldiers in Arizona.
They never again fought on Union soil. ---> nova net
the battle of bosworth was the penultimate battle of the wars of the roses it was the civil war between the House of Lancaster and the House of York that raged across England it was fought on 21st August 1485 the battle was won by the Lancaster's it was on of the three most important battles fought on British soil Richard 3rd had 9,000 men Henry Tudor had 5,000 men Tomas Stanley had 6,000 men
WWII was fought on U.S. soil (Hawaii). Although, technically Hawaii was not yet a state. Therefore, the American Civil War of 1861 was the last war on U.S. soil.
The last of the scottish jacobites fighting for the accession of the royal house of STUART were defeated by an professional army under the command of the Duke of Cumberland. it marked the end of the jacobite wars and the end of the line for the Stuart dynasty. It was the last major battle on British soil.
The British won. But it was really close. It was the bloodest battle on Canadian Soil. The French soon surrendered and New France was passed into British Hands.
The first battle of Robert E. Lee's Maryland Campaign was the battle of Boonsboro, Maryland, September 14, 1862. This battle is remembered in the North as the Battle of South Mountain. The Battle of Sharpsburg is what the Confederates called Antietam and they were both fought in Maryland. See the link below.
In the West, Vicksburg - last Confedeate stronghold on the Mississippi. In the East, Gettysburg - the only battle of the war fought on Northern soil, and the last time Lee tried to invade the North.
Two major battles of the US Civil War were fought north of Washington DC and therefore on "Northern" soil. The September 1862 Battle of Antietam was a notable battle inasmuch as it had the single most bloody day of battle in US history before and after the battle. The other even larger battle, the three day Battle of Gettysburg was of vital importance as well. Each of these major confrontations could have altered the direction of the Civil War.