The invasion of Poland
On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland. As World War II began, Poland became the first country to experience the German military's blitzkrieg, or lightning war. The blitzkrieg was a newtype of military attack. It relied on fast-moving tanks and troops supported by warplanes.
In response to the attack on Poland, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, and South Africa soon joined the Allies. On September 17 the Soviet Union attacked Poland from the east. Poland was overrun and divided between Germany and the Soviet Union before its allies were able to help.
After Germany's conquest of Poland, other countries in Europe also expected to be invaded. During the winter of 1939-40, however, there were no further German attacks. This period of time the uneasy calm before the next German invasion became known as the phony war.
by shikhar kamat, indiaGreat Answer, ShikharBut that's the OTHER World War.
Europe's reason for joining WW1 were for three main reasons: militarism, imperialism, and Nationalism
Europe was heavily involved in both wars, they were fought across Europe and killed millions there.
Greece was not involved, but Europe was.
Most of the world war 1 was set in Europe and Central Asia was also involved
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It was a world war because it involved countries from different continents - Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, Australia.
Europe recovered slowly from World War 1. The involved countries were economically crippled, and therefore international trade was sluggish. This made it even harder for the countries to recover.
Asia, North and South America, Europe, Australia and Africa were all involved in World war 1.
All of the continents, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, North America, and South America, with the exception of Antarctica, were involved in World War I.
To stay neutral. Leave Europe to Europe and don't get involved.
no not at all they were not involved in the first world war
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.
Why did the war during world war 1 in Europe becomes stalemate
Isolation. Congress didn't want to get involved in the problems of Europe.
World War 1 was mainly fought in France and Belgium, north-west of Paris. Europe. Main countries involved were England, Belgium, France, Germany, and America.
World War 1 took place primarly in Europe.
Because it was being fought in Europe and not here plus we didn't want to get involved with something we didn't want to be apart of.
because it was supposed to bring peace to Europe but no one was satisfied
The religions were involved in worlwar 1 and 2 are jewism and christianaty
World War 1 was in Europe.
Even though all the fighting was overseas, Canada and United States and other countries were involved, making it a world war.
it was the war somewhere in Europe it was the war somewhere in Europe
It wasn't involved in the war.