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Who was your enemy during World War 2?

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Answered 2010-09-21 15:12:55

The main enemies of the Allied Nations in WW2 were Germany, Japan and Italy. There were some other Axis nations, but, they were very small.

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The question is unanswerable as asked since it does not define who the "enemy" is.

Their language was indecipherable to the enemy

I would say Germany. Although Japan was a big enemy.

During World War 2, California was part of the United States, so any enemy of the U.S. would, by extension, have been an enemy of California. For example, Italy, Japan, or Germany.

The code that was never broken by the enemy was based on the language of Navajo. Neither the Japanese, nor the German could break the code words. The code was used by people that fought in the Pacific war during world war 2.

Mainly u-boats, other enemy ships and enemy bombers

They were mainly Germany , Italy and Japan.

The blackout is where the people 'blacked out' their windows during the war so that the enemy flying in aeroplanes could not see where the main cities were.

Germany , japan, Italy

So enemy aircraft were not given a light to aim at.

Delivering information and finding the enemy and mines

"Was enemy *your* enemy?" I guess that depends on what side you were on. Italy was allied with Germany, one of the "Axis" powers, fighting against the U.K., USSR, USA.

The Russians had a major part in helping our enemy during ww2. We had to defeat the Russians before we defeated our true enemy.

so if they intercept it the enemy wont know what there talking about

The Japanese and the internal strife from civil war between Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong .

Because Russia was an ally of the USA and Britain and therefore an enemy of Japan.

The parachutes in World War 2 were reusable except when they were in enemy territory. They had to bury their chutes then.

During World War 2 only 600 Swedish Civilians were killed during World War 2.

The basic answer is yes. In truth, it was more of a "well, they're the enemy of my enemy, so I'll work with them" situation.

Germany was a member of the Axis, and so an enemy of the Allies during World War 1 and World War 2. Today, Germany is the most powerful nation in Europe, a founding member of the European Union, and a strong ally of the US.

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