Who fought on the Eastern Front and what was it like?
Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany fought on the Eastern Front
The war was fought at the eastern and western front. The Eastern front was fought between Germany and Russia The western front was fought against Germany and the allies on the eastern side of France
The fought on the Eastern front of WW2. The farthest East they fought was the city of Stalingrad, (now called Volgograd.) on the Volga River, and by the end of the war, the Eastern front was nothing more than the Eastern side of Berlin.
The Eastern Front was the front where Russia fought Germany and Austria-Hungary, beginning at the Russo-German border.
The eastern front was fought by Russia from the Allied Powers and Austria-Hungary and Germany of the Central powers. Russia later had a revolution and dropped out of the war.
Russia, Poland, and Germany
The northern front was a unit of the Russian army that was formed in August 1915. The unit fought on the Eastern Front during World War I.
It was fought on the Western front The Eastern front was a war of movement and Gallipoli was a form of trench warfare but predominantly a stalemate
Hitler did not fight on any front in WWII, but Nazis fought on the Eastern front,(Russia) and western front. In WW I Hitler fought on the western front, but as I remember it he was not a combat vet, he ran messages.
i believe it was the scorch earth policy.
On the eastern front they used blind folds, as they believed if they couldnt see the enemy the enemy couldnt see them. And the Western front were just completely #REKT
World War I was fought on two major fronts. The Eastern Front was located in the Middle East and the Western Front was situated in France.
The Battle of Normandy wasn't necessarily a "two-front war". However, Normandy was attacked from more than one direction. The two fronts Germany fought were called the Eastern front and the Westarn Front.
Presuming this to be a WWII ETO question. A German soldier could surrender on the western front. He might perish if he tried that on the eastern front. The western front was fought by basically the same breed of men; the eastern front was a war between the Occidental/Westerner (Germans) and the Oriental/Easterner (Russians)...There was NO MERCY between those two!
Yes. They fought their way right into Germany - all the way to Berlin and the Elbe.
Australian fought on the eastern and western front and the middle east.
With one exception, each front in World War I was fought in nearly identical fashion. The Eastern, the Western, the Italian, and the Balkan fronts were all fought in a trench-warfare style, with few or no major advances possible by either side except on rare occasions. The Middle-Eastern front is the exception: while incorporating some trench-warfare methods, this front featured extensive use of cavalry over large (mostly desert) portions of terrain.
Most fought against the Ottoman Empire on the Middle Eastern Front or the Germans on the Western Front.
The Red Army fought against the German army on the eastern front and were the first Allied troops to reach Berlin.
Yes, but they fought as infantry. After Crete, Hitler forbade any massed jumps by airborne troops.
That can never be ignored. The casualties on the Eastern Front where the USSR carried the full brunt of German aggression almost matched that of China. If the Soviets hadn't contained the Germans, then the Battle of the Atlantic and the Battle of Britain, would have been fought in vain.
It was fought in Europe primarily. Like France, Germany, a lot of it was on the Western Front.
where was the western front fought
First answer: The Eastern front and Western front. The Eastern front: Germans attacked in Moscow. Soviets counterattacked and forced Germans to retreat. The Western front: Under General Eisenhower, the Allied forces took on Operation Overlord to invade the Nazi occupied parts of Europe. Operation Overlord was the start of D-Day. Second Improved answer: There were actually three fronts when you include the Mediterranean/Italian Front. This front began in North Africa, then to Sicily & on… Read More
What are the Eastern and Western fronts? Who fought against whom in those areas? What are the Eastern and Western fronts? Who fought against whom in those areas? What are the Eastern and Western fronts? Who fought against whom in those areas?
The eastern front was fought between Russia as a member of the Allied Powers, and Austria-Hungary and Germany of the Central Powers. The battles between the Central Powers and the Russian forces under Csar Nicholaz II before Russia opted out of the War.
Germany started Operation Barbarossa with 116 Divisions plus Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine units.
During ww1 the eastern front was at the Russian front until they withdrew and embroiled themselves in a civil war. During ww2 the eastern front was again the Russian front.As like Napolean found out when France invaded Russia,the eastern front in winter can spell dome for your army,his army was decimated on their campaign into Russia.The Germans in ww2 also found out how unpleasent Russia can be,one of the turning points in ww2 was Germany's… Read More
Read "Silence on the Western Front" While it is a boo about the western front, it is very similar to the eastern, and the best book out there about war during World War 1.
Depends on how you define 'front.' The Germans had an Eastern Front for the war with Russia, and the Western Front for the war with the Allies in Europe. And there were the fronts in Africa, and later a Southern Front when the Allies invaded Italy. The Americans fought in two primary theaters, the Atlantic and the Pacific.
World War Two was fought in the Pacific and the Atlantic and Western Europe and Eastern Europe (and Africa) at the same time. So technically the war was fought on many fronts. In Europe it was a two front war on the West and East side. When you consider the USA the war was fought on two sides of the nation in two different oceans and different countries so they considered it a two front… Read More
The Western Front was in Belgium and France, from the coast down through Ypres and around Verdun to the Swiss border (Switzerland was neutral). The Eastern Front was in Russia like Tannenburg and in Ukraine. There was also fighting in Italy and the Austrian alps.
bend down in front of a mirror.
The British and the French fought with the Germans on the Western Front.
Mostly on the western front, but also on some other fronts like Gallipoli and the eastern front.
In 1861 the civil war was mostly fought in the eastern theater. Battles such as the first Bull Run defined what the next 4 years of war would be like.
Germany and russia. the eastern front resulted in some of the most viciously fought battles and the heaviest losses of the entire war.
The Hungarians were on the Axis side of the war. They fought with the Nazis in Operation Barbarossa and were in the Battle of Stanlingrad too. They fought in some battles in Hungary and I think Poland too. They turned against the Nazis at the end of the war. They fought against them in the Lake Balatan Offensive and the Russians as they went against the Nazis on the Eastern Front.
Most of the fighting in the western front was fought in the northern france and Belgium because of the german's schlieffen plan which involved the invasion of belgium there was no fighting on german soil but on the eastern front there was the battle of Tannenberg which was in east Prussia (now known as the eastern part Poland) but if you are talking about the western from then no.
The Soviet Union helped the German Army on the Eastern Front. The Eastern Front was the Central and Northern part of Europe.
The Germans opened an Eastern front when they attacked Russia.
"All's quiet on the Eastern Front"
The Eastern Front of World War Two was in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
What was the style of fighting on the eastern front during World War 1 as oposed to the western front?
The Eastern Front had trenches like the Western Front, but it was so large that the fighting was more mobilised, especially in Ukraine. German Uhlans and Ukranian/Russian cavalry were able to move around and fight each other.
It was fought in both Spotsylvania and Orange Counties in north eastern Virginia
For WWI it depends on your frame of reference such as... If you are English or French, eastern front was in France against the Germans If you are German, eastern front was in Russia against Russia.
the eastern front!! the eastern front was went eh Germans invaded russia in 1942, the Germans eventually got driven back and lost the war.
Western Front: Belgium and northeastern France Eastern Front: Central and Eastern Europe
It caused their to be more casualties and for armies to move slowly and the western and eastern front to move back and forth without moving from were they started