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During World War 1, the Central Powers consisted of Bulgaria in addition to these other powers.
During World War 1 the central powers consisted of Germany the Ottoman Empire Austria Hungary and Bulgaria.
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No, the Central Powers consisted of the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Kingdom of Bulgaria.
Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire, Germany, and Austria-Hungary.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and The Ottoman Empire
The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire.
At the beginning of world war one the central powers was called the triple alliance and consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
Russia was part of the Allied Powers and their enemies were the Central Powers. The Central Powers consisted of the German Empire, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria.
In world war 1 the central powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman empire. Italy was part of that alliance but because it switched sides before the name changed from the triple alliance to the central powers it is generally not considered a central power.
In World War I, the Central Powers consisted of four nations roughly occupying the central portion of Europe and the northern Middle East. From north to south, the nations were Imperial Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire.
The Allied Powers included the United Kingdom (Great Britain), France, Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro, and Russia. The opposition, the Central (Axis) Powers, consisted of Germany and Austria-Hungary. In 1914, Japan joined the Allied Powers
Italy left the Central powers before they were known as the central powers.
No, Italy did not switch to the Central Powers. Italy switched from the Central Powers to the Allied Powers.
It was called The Central Powers and consisted of the Austria-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria and the German Empire.
World War 1 involved all of the world powers at that time. They were divided into two groups: the Allies and the Central Powers. The Allies group mostly consisted of the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and Italy. The Central Powers were formed around Germany, the Ottoman Empire, and Austria-Hungary.
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WW1 started out as a conflict between the Triple Alliance (eventually known as the Central Powers), and the Triple Entente (eventually known as the Allies). The Central Powers consisted of: The Germany Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. The Allied Powers eventually consisted of: the United Kingdom (and British Empire countries), France, the Russian Empire, Italy, Japan, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Portugal, and the United States.
The Central Powers had the disadvantage where naval superiority was concerned. The Allied Powers could blockade the Central Powers.
Germany was on the side of the Central Powers which consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire (modern day Turkey), and Bulgaria.
The Central Powers in WWI consisted of Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, the German Empire and the Ottoman Empire.The Entente, Triple Entente or Allied Powers had as their major members: the Russian Empire, France, Italy, the US and the British Empire.Norway remained neutral throughout WWI.
The allied powers did not push the Central powers out of France. The Central powers only left after the armistice.