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List of theaters and campaigns of World War II

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List of theaters and campaigns of World War II


The List of theaters and campaigns of World War II subdivides military operations of World war II and contemporary wars by war, then by theater and then by campaign.

Contents

  • Pre–World War II 1
  • Campaigns and theatres of World War II 2
    • European Theatre 2.1
      • Western Front 2.1.1
      • Eastern Front 2.1.2
    • Mediterranean, African and Middle East Theatre 2.2
    • Pacific Asian Theatre 2.3
    • Other Theatres 2.4
    • Naval wars 2.5
    • Air wars 2.6
  • Contemporary wars 3
  • See also 4

Pre–World War II

Campaigns and theatres of World War II

European Theatre

Western Front

Eastern Front

Mediterranean, African and Middle East Theatre

Pacific Asian Theatre

Other Theatres

Naval wars

Air wars

Contemporary wars

See also

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