was this in world war 1 or 2?
Mainly horses were used in World War 2. But donkeys were used in World War 1.
which country supplies the food in ww2? it was mainly America!
in world war 1 warfare was mainly fought in the trenches and in world war 2 there was alot of invasions and bombing.
Mainly in Europe but technically it was fought around the world.
World War I: 1914-1918. World War II: 1939-1945.
World War 1 was fought mainly with trench warfare but in World War 2 bombs, tanks, and chemical warfare changed the game.
mainly U.S.A, England, France and Russia
The whole of the world but mainly Europe.
airplanes were used in this war
Not particularly. The war was mainly about competing political ideologies and territorial conquest.
Well mainly because they are both war that went world wide. But World war 2 was bigger because of the consintration camps and the amount of innocent Jews killed.
In WW1 mainly Germany, Austria-Hungry and the Ottoman empire. Tn WW2 mainly Germany, Italy and Japan.
Europe and the Pacific Ocean
Germany and japan NovaNet
World War One. Although it was Churchill, who is associated mainly with WWII, who organised it which sometimes causes confusion.
the people fighting in world war II got around mainly by aircrafts the people fighting in world war II got around mainly by aircrafts
The holocaust took place in Europe in World War 2.
Axis Powers mainly including at first Italy and Germany and then Japan.
World War two was a major war in human history. It lasted about 6 years, many countries were involved. Mainly divided into Allies and Axis. The Allies side won the war.
A lot of factors but mainly nationalism, the versaille treaty and the great depression.
September 1, 1939 - September 2, 1945
Mainly France, Britain, U.S.S.R, U.S.A, Germany, Italy and Japan.
Wolframite was mainly used for tank armor in world war 2
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