Is it illegal to fight for other countries at war this is about private citizens of one country getting involved for no fee to assist the fighting efforts of other countries at a state of civil war?
England/Great Britain. Answer The new Americans fought the countrymen of their homeland, Great Britain. The USA fought England
\n. \n Nazis \n. \nNazi Germany, in order to obtain more territory and resources, launched a war against the majority of Europe. While the countries of Erope would be annexed by Germany, mass extermination would be focused mainly on Jews, gypsies, cripples, and other undesirables.
A civil war is normally an internal war where different factions of the same country are in conflict. On occasion other countries rally to one side or the other. It would also depend on which civil war you are asking about as to which, if any, other countries were involved
Answer . The United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, the U.S.S.R., and Japan. Germany wanted to expand and create living space for "pure" Germans. France and Great Britain tried appeasing to Hitler but they were brought into the war when Germany invaded Poland. Japan bombed the United Sta…tes (at Pearl Harbor) when they refused to sell oil to Japan and the United States delcared war on Japan. Then, Hitler declared war on United States because a the dictators had an alliance. ( Full Answer )
All members of NATO and the Soviet Union. Nato consisted of the majority of western europe and The United States and Canada.
If you are talking about America, then Great Britain. Great Britaintold the Americans that they were the "mother country" and thecolonists were "children". The colonists soon grew tired of being"children" and having their "mother" tax them on goods, as well asfreedoms. So they decided to revolt.
The American Civil War was fought between the Union and theConfederate States of America. The Confederate states were the onesthat seceded from the Union. The war was fought in the UnitedStates from 1861 to 1865.
Answer . No, it wasn't like any other countries had any involvement in France's civil war, like fighting against Spain and Russia and other countries, and it's not like the British tried to get into our civil war because it was about succession, not slaves. No, no other countries are ever invol…ved in another country's civil war, like, hmmm, Iraq ? ( Full Answer )
After the revolution overthrew the King of France and set up theRepublic, other European kings and emperors became worried that therevolution would spread- that their own people would want tooverthrow them too. Additionally, the Holy Roman Emperor was thebrother of Queen Marie Antoinette; he issued …a declaration that hewould punish the French people if they harmed the French King orQueen. French Republican leaders believed that the declaration wasa threat. After the Emperor made his declaration, the French Republicdeclared war on him and Austria; Austria was ruled by the Emperor'sfamily and also happened to control Belgium, which is right next toFrance; a lot of French refugees lived in Belgium and the Republicwanted to capture them. Soon thereafter, the Republic executed theking and queen- at which point, pretty much every other country inEurope turned against France. ( Full Answer )
Anti Communist Forces: South Vietnam South Korea USA Australia Philippines New Zealand Thailand Republic of China Khmer Republic Kingdom of Laos Communist Forces North Vietnam Viet Cong Khmer Rouge Pathet Lao People's Republic of China Soviet Union North Korea
None. All other countries proclaimed neutrality. The North's actions towards a British ship that was bringing Confederate diplomats to Europe to request the recognition of the CSA as a country came close to bringing England into the conflict.
Throughout its long and complex history, the United States hasfought against quite a few different countries. For example, duringthe Revolutionary Period, America squared off against 'thehome-country' of Great Britain -- and successfully. As yet anotherexample, America engaged in hostilities against… Germany, Italy, andJapan during World War II. ( Full Answer )
Before the start of the American Civil War, Southern states did,indeed, have contact both with other countries and with the North.The main contact came from commercial interactions, as the South'smain export-item, cotton, was much-desired by Europeanmanufacturers and Northern traders, among others.
Two gigantic military alliances were struggling for global dominance. The proximate cause of the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austro-Hungary by Serbian separatists, which was taken to be an intolerable affront to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its allies in the Central P…owers. ( Full Answer )
When speaking with the British, they are the best. When speaking with the Germans, they are the best. When talking with Americans, they are the best.. If you want the job done right; you have to do it yourself:. 1. DEFINE (to you) what means "the best"? Examples: Who killed the most of the enemy? …Or, who lost the least amount of men during the war? Or, who won the most battles? Or, who conquered the most land, area wise (10,000 square miles of conquered terrority verses conquering only 10 square miles of terrrority). What means the best?. 2. When you study a book about a war between the Germans and the British; cross check those two books with a neutral book written by a US author, as an example. The German book will most likely try to embellish their enemy, thus making the Germans look like superior soldiers who had defeated an even more superior enemy. The British will do the same; they will make out the enemy (Germans) to be more powerful than they really were...and the British defeated them! Therefore the British are the most powerful soldiers. For these reason, the historian MUST cross check his research material with NEUTRAL writers.. 3. When researching reading material, which relates to paragraph #2; consider the source: Who wrote the book? During the Frontier Wars of America's Old West, US writers often described Indian Victories as "Massacres." When the settlers or US Army did the very same thing, it was called a "Victory." Considering the source is being aware of biased historians/writers. ( Full Answer )
\n . \nCountries fight to obtain territory, power, or wealth, or to protect what they have. If two countries are in conflict, and cannot settle it diplomatically, then force may be used by one side, or by both.
There were 105 different countries who were involved in WW2. The main countries were: Allies: US, Great Britain, France, Soviet Union, Poland, China Axis: Germany, Japan, Italy
During the cold war, we were fighting communism. Today, it's terrorism. The military is trying to stop those "enemies" before they reach our borders.
The war of 1812 in North America was fought between the United States and the British Empire. Actually Great Britain's forces played only a minor roll in the conflict as most of their military effort at that time was in Europe fighting against Napoleon. The British forces arrayed against the United …States were mostly local colonial forces in Canada and the Caribbean supported by small British army and navy garrison units. ( Full Answer )
The English Civil War was fought in England (1642-1651) between the King's forces (Cavaliers) and the Parliamentary forces (Cromwell's Roundheads).. The Spanish civil war took place in Spain in 1936 between the Republicans and Franco's Nationalists.. There was also a civil war in America (1861-186…5), fought largely in Virginia, Tenessee and Georgia between the seccessionist Southern states and the Northern States.. There have been other civil wars in many other countries, including Russia, China, Sudan, Burma ( Full Answer )
These countries could include Syria, Libya, Iraq, Mali, Korea. Thisdepends on your exact definition of civil war, including the scopeand number of participants.
Other countries fight with Jews because they are not like the Nazis and the other countries don't discriminate people but some countries still disseminate people because of their race and/or religion and/or their sexuality
The Central Powers vs The Allies Central Powers: Astria-Hungary, Germany, Turkey ( Ottoman Empire ), Bulgaria The Allies: Russia ( droped out in 1917 ), France, United Kingdom, Italy ( joined 1915 ) and United States ( joined 1917 ) italy was part of the axis in world war 2, not the allies.
Which civil war are we talking about? Do you mean the invasion of Serbia by Austria-Hungary? If so, yes, as that was the basis of World War 1.
There are strategies and tactics to fight any wildfire, and these will be adopted by those fighting the wildfire, depending where they are. The keys to bringing a wildfire under control revolve around terrain, weather, and the natural resources available for the fire fighters.. In almost all case…s, the fire cannot be "put out" because of its size and the lack of a medium to extinguish it all. We use fire breaks and attempt to make stops where geography, fuel loads and access by the fire crews (with or without heavy equipment) can act in concert to make a stop effective. These tactics are known to those who fight wild land fires throughout the world, and it's just a question of getting enough properly equipped personnel in the right place to cut off the advance of a fire. ( Full Answer )
Mainly it's divided on 3 parts:North for US. South for UK. East for Poland.. There are many different small attachments like Uganda or Georgia.
The UK (England), Canada and many other countries in NATO and the commonwealth are involved in some way.
During the American Civil War, the South worked diplomatically toreceive support from other countries; it also hoped mightily forsuch support. It did not, however, receive any significant militaryor any other support, such as diplomatic recognition as anindependent nation.
They tax the population of their country or sell something. Napoleon sold the area that France claimed in the United States. Thus, we have the Louisiana Purchase and gained the middle of the country.
Spain and the US were the belligerents and they accepted such local help as each could recruit.
The Central Powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. The Entente Powers were United Kingdom ((including Canada and Australia), France, Russia, Italy, and many other countries. United States entered the war near the end.
Nations have the right to fight in wars if they legally declare war upon whomever it is that is their enemies. The United Nations was formed to resolve problems and prevent wars however.
The USA, a civil war is a war contained in one country. You fought against each other.
1. America fought a guerrilla action against the British during the Revolutionary War of 1776. 2. The US Civil War consisted of heavy guerrilla warfare activity; especially on the part of the Confederacy. 3. US forces conducted Guerrilla activity in the Pacific (and CBI Theater of Operations-China/…Burma/India) against the Japanese. 4. US forces were engaged in guerrilla warfare during the 1950's and early 1960's in Indochina, to include South Vietnam, up until 1964; then breaking off into special operations (SF/SEALs) until the end of the war in 1975. ( Full Answer )
None. Just those two. Britain had a treaty with Japan (signed in 1902) stating if any nation sides with Russia as an active combatant; Britain would side with Japan. Thus: The Russo-Japanese War of 1904 could've very easily turned into WWI (which occurred 10 years later).
Create a largescale terrorist attack and have it blamed on the other country. If you can do this in both places and often, it works much better and quicker. Alternatively, highjack some WMDs from one place and use them on that other, who has the appropriate ability to respond. Watch films such as …The Sum Of All Fears , Wargames and Dr. Strangelove: or, .. " to see how it can happen. ( Full Answer )
Red China/USSR supplied North Vietnam with material & South Vietnamese guerrillas called the Viet Cong supplied guerrillas in the fighting in South Vietnam. The US, Australia, New Zealand, S. Korea, S. Vietnam, Philippines, and Thailand supplied troops for the allied side during the war.
Afghanistan . Burundi . Chad . Colombia . Congo . Iran . Iraq . Lebanon . Liberia . Myanmar . Nepal . Palestine . Philippines . Russia . Rwanda . Sierra Leone . Somalia . Sri Lanka . Sudan . Uganda .
I know of no evidence to suggest that Australians as a people act as mercenary soldiers any more or less than mercenary soldiers from any other nation, and probably less than most. The exception is UN troops, as Australia is a member of the UN. UN troops go where they are sent - they understand that… going in. ( Full Answer )
These were the countries who were fighting in World War 2; Some of them did not send troops but did support and aid the Allied Forces. The Allied and Axis Forces Allied Forces with the Big 3 Being the USA, UK and USSR Ethiopia Â· China Â· Czechoslovakia Â· Poland Â· United Ki…ngdom Â· India Â· France Â· Australia Â· New Zealand Â· South Africa Â· Canada Â· Norway Â· Belgium Â· Netherlands Â· Greece Â· Yugoslavia Â· Soviet Union Â· United States Â· Philippines Â· Mexico Â· Brazil Axis Forces Bulgaria Â· Reorganized National Government of China Â· Croatia Â· Finland Â· Germany Â· Hungary Â· Iraq Â· Italy Â· Italian Social Republic Â· Japan Â· Manchukuo Â· Romania Â· Slovakia Â· Thailand Â· Vichy France Underground Resistance in Cooperation with the Allied Forces Austria Â· Baltic States Â· Belgium Â· Czech lands Â· Denmark Â· Estonia Â· Ethiopia Â· France Â· Germany Â· Greece Â· Hong Kong Â· India Â· Italy Â· Jewish Â· Korea Â· Latvia Â· Luxembourg Â· Netherlands Â· Norway Â· Philippines Â· Poland (Anticommunist) Â· Romania Â· Thailand Â· Soviet Union Â· Slovakia Â· Western Ukraine Â· Vietnam Â· Yugoslavia ( Full Answer )
The only country who took part in American civil war, was modern United States.The other countries weren't involved in war,because this was a battle between the northern and southern- slavery states.
There was only America . It was the Northern States against the Southern States of the U.S. .
Because Hitler wasn't happy with the terms of the treaty of Versailles and wanted to change the way other countries treated it. They wouldn't take any negotiations and decided to form another war against the countries which signed the treaty of Versailles....
We can only speculate if they will, but they are certainly capable. They also have a formidable army.
Countries were not fighting in the War of the Roses. It was a civil war between two royal houses, Lancaster and York. They were fighting over the crown. One complication: the War of the Roses occurred while England was involved in the 100 Years War with France.
The Civil War was a between the Union (North) and the Confederacy (South) in the United States. No two countries were fighting against each other. That's why it was called a civil war because it was a war between two sides in one country.
In the Bible the book of Revelation tells us that there would be wars, earthquakes, fires. This is just a "wake up call" for those who don't know him,but need to know him because he is COMING SOON. GET READY
Germany and Italy wanted Fascism to spread and since Francisco Franco was leader of the Falangists (Spanish Fascists) and was trying to spread it.So they basically supplied the Spanish Falangists with weapons and such. After Franco became dictator of Spain, he didn't let Spain join WWII and remained… neutral. ( Full Answer )
Basically, the Vietnamese sides, north and south, each had allies and supporters. These allies joined with the troops in Vietnam. The US was on the side of the south. They lost.
Communist north Vietnam was fighting the anti-Communist south Vietnam who had the help of America