Who was the enemy in World War 2?
WWII was basically Japan, Italy, and Germany versus every other country. (USA, Britain, etc.)
Referring to the global war on terrorism?: 1. Enemy could be anyone (man, woman, child, or animal) 2. Enemy could be anywhere, anytime 3. Enemy has no army 4. Enemy has no navy 5. Enemy has no air force 6. Enemy has no marine corps 7. Enemy has no recognized, organized, central form of government 8. Enemy has no uniforms 9. Enemy has no flag Enemy cannot be negotiated with...because they don't exist as a…
Just look at the German tactics like Blitzkrieg (Lighting War). It contained Stukas Or Ju-78 tactical bombing on the enemy defences. Then Panzers like Tiger or Panther destroy the enemy leftovers. Then mechanised infantary was covering the back of panzers. And after they destroyed the enemy they didnt stop they just went forward and forward.
It depends upon where you were in the world and the degree of your country's involvement in the war. For example, if you were in Germany, then your main enemy throughout the war's length was the United Kingdom. If you were in southeast Asia, then your enemy tended to be Japan. If you were in Sweden or Switzerland, then you technically had no enemies, because of the countries' policies of neutrality.
Three ways: 1. Make young men go to war (posters talking of 'glory' and 'honor') 2. Advice people on how to survive during the war (grow your own vegetables, don't talk to strangers) 3. Turn people against the enemy (posters saying how bad and evil the enemy is, so people don't realise that the 'enemy' is just them but in another country)