There was no Axis powers in World War I--and the Axis powers LOST World War II.
It showed the Axis-Powers that they were badly outmatched in the war and that they could not win.
I believe that the government at that time, wanted to side with the Axis powers, however, they remained neutral. Later on the war, it was looking like that the Allied powers were going to win, so I believe that's why.
Germany did not win World War II. The axis powers, including Germany, were soundly defeated by the Allies. However, the Allies assisted the Germans to rebuild their country following the war.
The Allied Powers did win WW2 in 1945.
Greece was allied with the Allied powers. So when the Axis powers lost, then the Greeks technically won with the aid of the other allied countries.
The major allied powers of World War 2 were the US, Britain and Russia. The alliance was important because none of the countries would have been able to win the war against the axis powers on their own.
Basically, the Axis power strategy was to win and dominate the world. Thankfully, they failed and, in 2017, let us hope that no other country tries to take over the world!
The allies won the war
They wanted to beat the U.S, Russia, France, and Britain. But the allied powers beat the axis powers. Germany, and Italy then joined the axis powers and they tried to win the last war...............................but then it all happened when the allied powers won...yes
They pushed the Axis powers (Germany, Japan, Italy) all the way back to their capitals and occupied their countries.
They were in World War 2. They were the Axis Powers but if they face each other I would have to say German. They had excellent warfare, weapons, and soldiers.