What was the meaning of a multifront war for the united states during wwii? a) americans were fighting of a european front and a russian front. b) americans were fighting of a pacific front and an african front. c) americans were fighting of a pacific front and a european front. d) americans were fighting of a african front and a russian front.
The answer is C. United States was fighting in two fronts: the Pacific Front and the European Front.
After the Japanese attack to Pearl Harbor, on December of 1941, the Americans entered the war on the Pacific Front, also known as the Asia-pacific war. And eventually, alongside the allied forces, fought Germany on the European Front.
The correct answer is C.
There were two major fronts during the Second World War. The European Front was where the allied forces fought Germany and the Pacific Front was where the USA got involved after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941.
On the European front, America fought to eliminate the government of Nazi Germany and stop the holocaust of millions of Jews. On the Pacific one, the Pearl Harbor attack forced the United States to declare war on Japan. Four days later, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States, drawing the country into two-theater war.
U.S. ground forces were used in Europe while the Pacific Theater was mainly a naval and aerial battle.
The United States during WWII were simultaneosly fighting in two different fronts. The forces were splitted. On the first hand, they were fighting in the Eruopean front against Germany and the Nazis and, on the other hand, they were fighting in the Pacific, were there were several fronts both in Asia and in the Pacific Ocean, against the Empire of Japan.