Poland was invaded by the German Army.
Great Britain entered World War 2 in 1939 after Germany invaded Poland.
England entered the war when Germany invaded Poland in 1939.
They and Great Britain had committed to the defense of Poland.
The Battle of Poland on September 1, 1939, first day of the war
Adolf Hitler entered World War II in 1939 when after invading Poland and Great Britain declared war on Germany
After World War 2 Poland became part of the Soviet sphere.
Canada declared war on Germany on September 9, 1939, in response to Germany invasion of Poland.
Great Britain declared war on Germany in September 1939 after Germany invaded Poland.
Despite the expectations of Hitler, Mussolini did not enter WW 2 when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939. His explanation to Hitler was that the Italian military was not prepared enough to enter the war at that time. After the French surrendered in 1940, Italy finally did enter the war.
Poland was an ally, but came under Communist rule at the end of World War 2.
Germany attacked Poland on September 1, 1939 setting off WWII.
I'm kinda sure they invaded Poland.
1. Germany invaded Poland 2. Japan Bombed pearl harbor
Poland was the first country to be attacked during World War 2. In fact, the Germany invasion of Poland was what CAUSED World War 2.
No, the causes of world war II is Germany invading Poland in September of 1939. What made the U.S enter was Japan attacking and bombing Pearl Harbor.
Poland was invaded by Germany.
1939 when Germany and the USSR invaded Poland from opposite sides and divided it between them.
World War II began on September 1, 1939 with the invasion of Poland by Germany.Answer 2The above answer is debatable. In fact, the British declared war on Germany on 3rd Seprember 1939. So technically the war had not begun before then. Although the Germans entered Poland they had not declarede war on them.
Hitler started world war 2 when he invaded Poland.
Germany started world war 2 when they invaded poland
The world war 2 is going on in the Poland France and the china
Poland was important to world war II because they had a powerful leader.
300,000 Polish Jews were in Poland at the end of World War 2.