Great Britain and France
They didn't rule the world, but they colonized most countries in the world.
American troops joined the Great Warin 1917 and fought with the Triple Entente, Russia, France, and Great Britain, mostly on the western front.
During the American Revolutionary War, foreign nations (European nations, particularly) supported the Colonists rather than the British for primarily one reason: they were competing with Great Britain for supremacy in the Old World and elsewhere. Thus, to see Great Britain defeated in America would weaken that nation while at the same time strengthening Great Britain's competitors, especially France and Spain.
Which of the following would be an example of how Great Britain and its American colonies were interdependent?Great Britain sold its raw materials to its colonies in the New World.Great Britain got its manufactured goods from the colonies in North America.The colonies traded raw materials with Great Britain for manufactured goods.The colonies made manufactured goods that were sold around the world.
George VI was king of Great Britain during World War 2.
Britain had a coalition government during World War 2
during World War I, Britain had a very strong military.
A few noteable ALLIED Generals of WWll: George S. Patton: Crantankerous and eccentric general; US Bernard Montgomery: A wartime hero of Great Britain.
He was the leader of Great Britain mostly during WW2.
Great Britain was never occupied by the enemy, and 'belonged' to itself and its people.
Yes, he was the prime minister and military leader of Britain during world war 2
Great Britain used bombs
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350,000 Civilian in Great Britain were killed during World War 2 60% were from the Channel Islands and rest were from the Blitzkrieg Bombings.