Asked in World War 2Germany in WW2WW2 Allied PowersAdolf Hitler
World War 2
Germany in WW2
WW2 Allied Powers
In which war did the US along with its allies defeat Hitler's Nazi Germany?
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Japan in WW2
Were Japan and Germany on the same side in World War 2?
Yes, they were bound as allies by the Tripartite (German: Three Party) Pact, along with Italy. The Tripartite Pact was signed by the 3 nations on September 27th, 1940. The problem in 1939, was that the Soviet Union and Germany were allied in their agreement to divide Poland. After Germany invaded the USSR, the allies added them to their "allies".
Asked in World War 1, Central Powers
What were the countries opposing the allies in world war 1?
The opponents of the Allies (the Triple Entente of Britain, France, and Russia) were the Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire (later Turkey) and to a lesser extent Bulgaria. Although Italy was originally allied with Germany (Triple Alliance), it did not attack the Allies but instead fought against Austria-Hungary along their common border.
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
How did the way that the US were brought into World War 2 affect the war?
The Pearl Harbour Attack took us instantly from "Helping Hand" to "Allies in Battle", with regard to helping Great Britain. Japan was an Ally and principle member of the "Axis" powers, along with Germany,Italy, and some of conquered Europe. The Allied Powers included Russia, the US, and the Countries of Great Britain. Even though both the US and British leaders were suspicious of the Stalin regime, the alliance was needed to defeat Germany. We needed the Russian Army to absorb men and material from Hitlers Western Front, and Russia need planes, arms and supplies -which we supplied.
Why did soviet dictator Joseph Stalin want the other Allies United States and Great Britain to attack Germany from the west?
Who were Hitlers allies?
Hitler's Germany had support mainly from the annexed willing Austria's support along with Mussolini's Italy and Hirohito's Japan. Romania and Hungary also offered support, along side tens of thousands of foreign fighters recruited from the far right supporters in the occupied countries such as Bosnia, Ukraine and even ethnic people living under the Soviet Union. Hitler also had the support of Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union initially in the war until Hitler turned his forces on him.
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, WW2 Allied Powers
How did the allies treat Germany after World War II?
It depends on which Allies you are talking about. If you are talking about America, France, and England, then they treated West Germany with much respect and helped them grow as a new country. France and West Germany, along with a couple others, created the EU in 1951 with the Treaty of Paris. Russia, though, oppressed East Germany, and many people tried to escape over the Berlin Wall, which was erected in 1961 to make sure people didn't escape.
Asked in World War 2, World War 1, Germany in WW2
The US fought along the side of whom?
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Allied Powers, Adolf Hitler
What was the fate of Mussolini who was one of Hitler's staunchest allies?
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
Was it just the United States vs Germany during World War 2 or were other countries involved?
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces
Who were Germany's allies in World War 1 out of Belgium France America Aulstralia and Turkey?
Asked in WW1 Trench Warfare
In world war 1 what did Germany defeat in the eastern front?
Her declining military strength, shortages of food, loss of allies and her economic inability to cope with the war all gradually caused her to lose the war. One of the reasons, which can account for Germany's loss in the First World War (WWI), is her declining military strength along with the morality of the soldiers, which by the end of the war, was very poor and low.