When did the Gulf War happen

Answer 1 Iran, Kuwait, and the United States. Answer 2 There are many more than three countries that have been actively involved in military engagements against Iraq. Note: Only strong contributors to the Gulf War Coalition or the Iraq War Multi-National Force have been listed. For full lists of those countries, please see the links below. Key to symbols: (b) attacked each other, (a) attacked Iraq, (d) attacked by Iraq, (m) minor involvement. Iran (b) (1980-1988 - Iran-Iraq War) Kuwait (d) (1990 - Persian Gulf War), (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) United States (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War, 2003-2011 - Iraq War) Saudi Arabia (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) United Kingdom (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War, 2003-2011 - Iraq War) Egypt (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) France (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) Morocco (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) Oman (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) Israel (d) (1991 - Persian Gulf War) Italy (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2006 - Iraq War) South Korea (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2008 - Iraq War) Australia (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2009 - Iraq War) Poland (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2008 - Iraq War) Netherlands (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2005 - Iraq War) Spain (a) (1991 - Persian Gulf War (m), 2003-2004 - Iraq War) Georgia (a) (2003-2008 Iraq War)