Crossword Puzzle in Context | 11 Famous Battles That Changed the World

  1. 2. Referring to the United States during the American Civil War, where it represented the northern states.
  2. 7. An alliance of different groups or countries working together towards a common goal.
  3. 10. Referring to the ancient Carthaginian Empire, which was based in North Africa and dominated much of the western Mediterranean.
  4. 14. Referring to the Axis Powers, a group of countries led by Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
  5. 15. Referring to the Confederate States of America, which was formed by southern states that seceded from the United States during the American Civil War.
  6. 16. People from the ancient Persian Empire, which was located in modern-day Iran.
  7. 18. Referring to the Kingdom of Prussia, a former kingdom located in modern-day Germany.
  8. 19. A region in northern France where the Battle of Normandy was fought in 1944.
  9. 20. A plain in Greece where the Battle of Marathon was fought in 490 BC.
  1. 1. An act of entering a country or territory by force with the intent of taking it over.
  2. 3. Soldiers who fight on foot.
  3. 4. Infantry soldiers in ancient Greece who fought in a phalanx formation.
  4. 5. A small atoll in the Pacific Ocean where the Battle of Midway was fought in 1942.
  5. 6. Referring to the Soviet Union, a former communist state that existed from 1922 to 1991.
  6. 8. A town in Belgium where the Battle of Waterloo was fought in 1815.
  7. 9. A city-state in ancient Greece known for its military prowess.
  8. 11. A former kingdom located in modern-day Germany.
  9. 12. Soldiers who fight using bows and arrows.
  10. 13. Referring to the ancient Macedonian Empire, which was established by Alexander the Great.
  11. 17. Soldiers who fight on horseback.