Germany did not declare war on Britain. Britain declared war on Germany to protect Belgium.
It didn't. Germany started invading other countries which made France and the UK declare war on Germany.
Why did germany declare war on france?
When Germany invaded Poland in 1939.
Germany didn't declare war on the US in world war 1. It was the US that declared war on Germany on April 6th 1917 as a result of the unrestricted submarine war introduced by Germany in January that year. - I Warner
Quite the opposite, the US did not declare war on Germany, but Germany declared war on them. They did this to honor their alliance with Japan after the Pearl Harbor attacks.
Germany declared war on the US on 11 December 1941. In the hopes that Japan would declare war on Russia.
Britain warned Germany that they would declare war on Germany if Germany attacked Poland. When Germany invaded Poland the British had no choice but to declare war.
Germany actually did not encourage Austria-Hungary to declare with Serbia since it was not the first country to declare war on another during World War I. Austria-Hungary and Serbia were the first countries to enter World War I, only weeks before Germany joined in to help Austria-Hungary and the other Central Powers.
If this question is in reference to World War II, most countries declared war on Germany because Germany declared war on them.
It was Germany who declared war on Russia on June 22 1941
Germany only officially declared war on the USA.
Its invasion of poland in 1939.
Because Germany Attacked Neutral Belgium.
It was when Germany invaded Poland.
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Switzerland was neutral.