One in france Two in Belgium Three holland foue Morroco Five Algeria Six Tunisia Seven italy Eight Sicily Nine Germany ( France Captured hitlers outpost near Austria of bergrechtsgarten) One in france Two in Belgium Three holland foue Morroco Five Algeria Six Tunisia Seven italy Eight Sicily Nine Germany ( France Captured hitlers outpost near Austria of bergrechtsgarten)
World War 2
fight each other to win the war
what was the order of military by size before world war 2
If you mean the U.S., yes.
To fight for freedom
it had to fight the war in two separate locations.
Joseph Joffre was a famous French general who served during the First World War. He served in the military from 1871 to 1919.
The British did not fight against the French in World War I. They were on the same side against the Germans.
Yes but they were not recruided to fight.
Yes it did after 07 Dec 1941
Mostly in France
It was invaded.
the germans, for about 3 weeks
very young, they are push into the armer to fight the war.
In World War 2 all the combattant countries had conscription (the draft, compulsory military service).
The French and British V the Germans
They set up the Maginot line. They thought that World War II would be like World War I. However, they got ran over in six weeks. After this, the French surrendered. So, the French were just like Poland or Norway in World War II.
world war 2 EDIT (Rigel of Orion): World War II, but if you want to be literal, you could include World War I. Hitler was a soldier fighting in the German Military in World War I.
when only 3 people came back to fight in the war, the french decided to help out in the war and fight with them
Australia did fight in the first world war. Ever heard of Galipoli? the biggest military screw up.
It had to fight against enemies on both sides of Germany.