Yes. The Allied Forces were from World War 1. The Allied Powers were from World War 2.
They did not. Axis and Allied powers were only in World War 2
The allied powers did not push the Central powers out of France. The Central powers only left after the armistice.
Italy joined the Allied powers when they saw that the war was going in the favor of the Allied powers.
US was the allied powers
allied powers during world war 1 were france, japan, usa, uk,italy
The allied powers were North America and Britain.
The Allied Powers did win WW2 in 1945.
The Allied powers were the forces that fought Germany in WW2.
In world war 1 the allied powers were fighting against the central powers
The Allied Powers and the Central Powers.
Axis Powers / Allied Powers .
The Allied Powers, Axis powers, and the Neutral Powers
The Allied Powers won both world wars. (Allied Powers: Britain, America, Etc...)
The Allied powers were called " Triple Entente " before the war started.
The Allied powers were the countries like the US and Great Britain in world war 2 that opposed the axis powers in World War 2 or Italy and Germany.
The allies won the war
The four Allied Powers were Britain, France, Russia and Italy
The three allied powers in World War 1 were Russia, Britain and France. They were referred to as the Triple Alliance.
Allied Powers : the US , Britain and Russia / Axis Powers : Germany , Italy and Japan .
world war two
In World War 1 Allied Powers, and in World War 2 Axis
the Central Powers lost to the Entente powers....
The three major Allied powers in World War 2 were: The United States, Great Britain, and The Soviet Union.