Who was involved in the Persian War?
The Persian Empire and varying coalitions of a couple of hundred Greek city-states in the Eastern Mediterranean over 50 years 499-449 BCE .
The Persian Wars. There were actually two. The first war, in 490, was an invasion of Greece led by the Persian King Darius. It culminated in Athenian victory at the Battle of Marathon. The second war involved the Battles of Thermopylae and Salamis. It was another Persian invasion, this time led by Darius' son Xerxes, from 480-79.
Answer 1 Iran, Kuwait, and the United States. Answer 2 There are many more than three countries that have been actively involved in military engagements against Iraq. Note: Only strong contributors to the Gulf War Coalition or the Iraq War Multi-National Force have been listed. For full lists of those countries, please see the links below. Key to symbols: (b) attacked each other, (a) attacked Iraq, (d) attacked by Iraq, (m) minor involvement. Iran (b)…
First define the Second Persian War. The Persian War ran 499-449 BCE - it had several phases - Ionian Revolt, Persian punitive expedition against Eretria and Athens, Persian invasion of mainland Greece, Greek counter-offensive. Which among this are supposed to be 'First Persian War', Second Persian War' and 'Third Persian War' ?