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What was the origin of the term Axis as it pertained to Germany Italy and Japan in World War 2?

Answer . Originally at Italian-German statement of common interest, first used on Oct. 12, 1936. It was formally expanded into a military alliance, known as "The Pact of Steel" on May 22, 1939. The term "axis" came from Benito Mussolini's proclamation of the 1936 agreement as the axis around wh (MORE)

What territories were conquered by the Axis powers north of Italy and Germany?

Almost all of Europe were under the control of the Axis powers. The only nations in Europe who were outside of Axis control were Switzerland, Great Britain, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, and USSR. The countries who were under Axis control were: France, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, H (MORE)

Why did the Soviet Union sign the nonagression pact with Germany?

Answer Germany and Russia signed a nonaggression pact in 1939 in order that they might safely partition Poland. They had done the same thing on 3 previous occasions (1792, 93, 95). In 1934 Stalin joined the League hoping the league would guarantee his security against a threat from Germany. Sta (MORE)

Why did Japan join the Axis Powers?

The revolt of Japanese Military under the gentle rule of Hirohitolead to the Sino-Japanese war. The aggression of the militaryaligned it with the views of the axis powers in WWII.

What was the Tripartite Pact?

The Tripartitite Pact was a treaty signed in Berlin, Germany on September 27th, 1940. It was signed by Imperial Japan, Nazi Germany, and Fascist Italy, forming the Axis Powers of World War II. These powers were opposed by the Allied Powers, including the United States, China and Great Britiain. (an (MORE)

Was Italy an axis power or allied power?

Italy was one of the Axis powers for most of World War 2. After the invasion of the Italian mainland, Mussolini was deposed and Italy became a nominal member of the allied powers, although with little or no military activity.

When did Italy become a axis power?

Answer . After the Italians had fought in Abysnnia and loaned troops to the Spanish Civil War, the Italian citizens wanted peace. The Italian and German ministers met to form an alliance in 1939 . The Germans signed a pact with Russia. Hitler had promised Mussolini 3 years of peace; then 2 weeks (MORE)

Who signed the tripartite pact?

The Tripartite Pact was signed on September 27, 1940. The peoplewho signed it were Galeazzo Ciano, Saburo Kurusu, and Adolf Hitler.The pact was an agreement establishing the Axis Powers that foughtagainst the Allied Powers during World War II.

Were Germany Italy and japan axis powers?

Yes. There was much more in common between Germany & Italy in terms of military action in WW2 than with Japan. The common factor is of course the opposition of the US, Britain & Australia, as well as others, to these 3.

Which nations signed a nonaggression pact with germany?

The Soviet Union signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact with Germany in August, 1939. The USSR did not want to give up its own plans to acquire the territory of Poland, so the two countries essentially divided Poland between them, and agreed to Soviet territorial acquisitions in the Baltic States, Roman (MORE)

When did Italy join the Axis powers?

On November 1, 1936, Germany and Italy, reflecting their common interest in destabilizing the European order, announced a Rome-Berlin Axis one week after signing a treaty of friendship. Nearly a month later, on November 25, 1936, Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan signed the so-called Anti-Comintern Pa (MORE)

Why was Japan one of the Axis Of Powers?

Japan had it's plans; Germany had theirs; Italy had their plan. United they stood, divided they would fall; so they thought they might unite...and be strong.

In the Tripartite Pact Germany Italy and Japan agreed to?

In the Tripartite Pace, Germany, Italy, and Japan agreed to assistone another with all political, economic and military means whenone of the three contracting powers is attacked by a country notalready involved in the war, excluding the Soviet Union. The Pactwas signed in Berlin, Germany on Septembe (MORE)

Why did the Soviet Union sign a nonaggression pact with Germany?

There are two schools of thought. One holds that Stalin was buying time, because he knew the Red Army was not yet ready to fight the Nazis. The other is that Hitler and Stalin became enthusiastic partners, which seems borne out by the facts. Stalin invaded Poland from the east two weeks after Hitler (MORE)

What did the USSR and Germany sign a non-aggression pact?

The non-aggression pact between Germany and the USSR was to make sure that the USSR did not attack Hitler and Germany while they were conquering Western Europe, Hitler had no intention of honoring this pact, as he decided to invade Russia while still having forces in Western Europe. For Russia it (MORE)

What two men headed the Axis powers of Germany and Italy in World War 2?

Adolf Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party commonly known as the Nazi Party. He was Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and, after 1934, also head of state as Führer und Reichskanzler, ruling the country as an absolute dic (MORE)

Germany Italy japan Hungary and others are what powers?

The Allied and Axis Forces Allied Forces with the Big 3 Being the USA, UK and USSR Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France · Australia · New Zealand · South Africa · Canada · Norway · Belgium · (MORE)

Who did the tripartite Pact of 1940 allied Japan with?

Germany and Italy.Together these countries were known as the Axis Powers, and fought against the Allies during World War II. Ultimately, however, the Allies -- the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and France -- emerged victorious. Italy surrendered in 1943, switched to the Alli (MORE)

What factors helped dictators come to power in Italy Germany and Japan?

Italy: Unlike Stalin, their dictators were Fascists. Fascism was rooted inmilitarism, extreme nationalism and blind loyalty to the state.These fascist dictators vowed to create new empires. Fascists foundallies among business leaders and landowners. In 1992, BenitoMussolini played on anger about the (MORE)

Why did Japan fight for the Axis Powers?

Japan was concerned with creating its own empire, which it called the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. Japan had no real interest in the success of the Third Reich, to which it was only loosely allied, however England, which was a colonial power in Asia, and the US, which was (and remains) a (MORE)

Why did the US win the war over the axis powers of Germany and japan?

The US actually was late entering the war against Germany, Italy,and Japan. We didn't get involved until December 7th, 1941 when theJapanese Navy launched an attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. America had enormous potential to manufactor war goods, such astanks, planes and ships, and this went into mas (MORE)