Mediterranean Theatre

The Mediterranean Theatre is the war zone covering the Mediterranean Sea. It has seen at least two wars spanning the whole of the sea:

  • Mediterranean theatre of World War I
  • Mediterranean, Middle East and African theatres of World War II

Other articles related to "mediterranean theatre, theatre":

Heinrich Bär - World War II - Mediterranean Theatre
... In June 1942, JG 77 was moved to the Mediterranean theatre and took part in the air battles over Malta before relocating to Tunisia and participating ... Over North Africa and the Mediterranean theatre, Bär had increased his tally to 179, but, fighting a losing battle against ever-increasing Allied air superiority, B ...
I Corps (Australia) - Mediterranean Theatre
... From this date all Allied troops in the theatre came under the command of Lieutenant-General John Lavarack ...

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