Great Britain and France declared war on Germany in 1939, because germany had invaded land that Great britain had to protect for france.
Germany. Answer: yes Germany but Italy and Japan also declared war against Britain.
August 4 1914, after Germany did not withdraw from Belgium, Great Britain declared war on Germany.
They said if Germany invaded Poland they would protect it [Poland]. however, Germany did invade Poland, so Britain and France declared war.
In the First World War, Great Britain, France, and Russia fought against Germany. Germany was part of an alliance called the Central Powers.
Why did Great Britain declare war on Germany? Great Britain declared war on Germany because German tanks forced their way across the Polish border on august 4th 1914
France was already in war with Germany and was losing so Britain joined the war.
Great Britain declared war on Germany in September 1939 after Germany invaded Poland.
The US, USSR, and Great Britain were the "Big Three" and they led the Allied countries against the Axis countries led by Germany, Japan, and Italy. * When the war began it was Great Britain, France, and Poland allied against Germany alone.
Both France and Britain declared war onto Germany after Nazi Germany Invaded Poland on September 1st 1939 in early hours of the morning.
The English did not declare war on Germany, Great Britaindeclared war on Germany because Germany had invaded other European countries with which Great Britain had a mutual defense agreement.
Great Britain is the name of an island not a country. Do you mean the UK? The name of the country is 'The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland', often abbreviated to 'The UK', 'Britain' or 'Great Britain'. During the Great War Britain was allied with France and Russia against Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Great Britain and the United States were allies to defeat Germany so the US would not attack Great Britain.
Germany, Japan and Italy fought against Russia, Great Britain and America.
The US, Great Britain and all it's colonies, France, Holland, Poland, Belgium, and USSR were all against Germany.
Great Britain fought against Austria-Hungary and Germany. Italy was going to join the Triple Alliance before the war but decided to stay neutral.
Historians generally accept that the war began on 1 September, 1939, when Nazi Germany invaded Poland. In response to this bold move, the French, Great Britain, and most of her commonwealths (ie; Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc.) declared war on Germany.
Great Britain Became involved in World War II because one of its allies, Poland was attacked by Germany. When Germany refused to withdraw Britain declared war on Germany. A year later, France and Western Europe were occupied by Germany and Britain was the last bulwark against Nazi domination. As had happened in World War I, the US entered the war belatedly (in late 1941) and allowed Britain and the Allies to persevere in their efforts to free Europe.
Britain and France declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939 following the German attack on Poland two days earlier.
Germany didn't declare war on US, Germany declared war against Britain, and US is allied with Britain so was obliged to join the fight.
the war of 1812
depends which war your talking about
In the Beginning of WWI Great Britain declares war on Germany mainly in defense of Belgium. Great Britain felt threatened because Germany invaded neutral Belgium, but Britain wanted to hold on to Belgium at all cost.
Britain went to war with Germany because Hitler wouldn't stop his invasion of Poland when the british told him to