Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and Bulgaria were members of?
The answer is: The Central Powers.
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Look up the results of WWII on the web.
The Axis Powers of World War I.
During World War one these countries were known as "The Axis of Evil", or 'The Central Powers."
The Central Powers
No, Austria - Hungary allied with Bulgaria (and Germany) in the First World War. It was invaded by the Allies in 1916.
The alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy was called the Triple Alliance. I don't know about the Ottoman Empire or Bulgaria, though.
They were part of the alliance known as the Central Powers. WhenArchduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by the Black Hand Gang,who worked for Serbia, Ferdinand's uncle, Empe…ror of Austria,declared war on Serbia along with Germany and several othercountries. This was what started the first World War.
Because they liked them....... :)
The Central Powers was the name of this World War I alliance.
Russia lost land that was formed into Finland, Lithania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland and some was added to Romania. Austria-Hungary was broken up into four separate countries: Aus…tria, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. Germany lost all its colonial possesions, a piece out of the south-east that was added to Czechoslovakia and a strip of land that included the port city Danzig was given to Poland so it wouldn't be totally landlocked. Bulgaria lost all of its border on the Mediterranean.
They were known as the Central Powers.
In World War 1