They were in the Triple Alliance
The countries in the Triple Alliance were Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Italy.
Germany's alliances were included Austria- Hungary, and The Ottoman Empire. They were also obviously Germany's Alliances!! Germay was part of a triple alliance.
Nations that were part of the triple alliance in 1882 include Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
Members of the Triple Entente were England, France, and Russia. Members of the Triple Alliance were Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy were in the Triple Alliance.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
Germany, Italy(In the beginning) and Aurtria-hungary beiong to The triple Alliance France ,Britain and Russia beiong to The triple Entente
Italy was in the Triple Alliance, but joined World War I on the side of the Entente because the Alliance was a defense treaty and Italy felt Germany's invasion of Belgium did not meet the requirements for their actions and it anything, it broke the treaty completely.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and later Italy
Italy refused to honor its alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary in the triple alliance and joined the allied forces, being promised part of the territory in Austria after the war.
Despite being part of the Triple Alliance with Austria-Hungary and Germany in the years leading up to World War 1, when war broke out in 1914 Italy chose to stay out of it. Italy then joined the Triple Entente with Britain, Russia, and France in 1915.
Austria-Hungary was part of the triple alliance along with Germany, Italy and the Turkish Empire. This alliance was against the Triple Entente which consisted of France, Great Britain and Russia although Russia later pulled out because of it's revolution later replaced by America in 1917.
Italy was a part of the Triple Alliance.
Before World War I, Italy was a part of the Triple Alliance which was a military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. However, once World War I broke out, the Italians remained neutral. Secretly, the Italians never truly planned to follow through with the Triple Alliance. The Triple Alliance was an expansion to the Dual Alliance of Germany and Austria-Hungary, in which Germany created to prevent a two-front war. Italy was seen as a good candidate for this position and was approached by the Germans. They both offered to provide defense to each other if they were to be attacked by France. However, France approached Italy in 1902 and created the secret Franco-Italian alliance, in which too was a military alliance. So once war broke out, the Italians remained neutral for the beginning. But once they were promised Austrian land by the British and French, they joined the Allies (which was an extension of the Triple Entente, a military alliance between Russia, France, and the UK in response to the Triple Alliance).
The triple alliance was formed in 1882 between Germany, Austria Hungary and Italy, who was not fully trusted due to its lack of power and industry. Unlike the triple Entente (Britain, France and Russia), the triple alliance was formed from one large agreement and not three several agreements between each of the powers.
The Triple Alliance, also known as the Triple Entente, was composed of Russia, France, and the UK. By the end of the war, Russia had dropped out and Italy and the US had joined.
There was the Triple Alliance which Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy were a part of and the Triple Entente which Britain, France and Russia were a part of. Also, the USA helped the Triple Entente, supplying them with weaponry and armies. I studied this in history earlier this year, I hope this helps!:)
AnswerGermany was part of a group of countries called the Triple Alliance which was made up of them, Italy and Austria-Hungary.
The central powers during WW I were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire (aka turkey). They started from the Triple Alliance comprised of Germany, Austria-HUngary, and Italy, but Italy dropped out.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.
Belgium was the neutral country - it did not become part of the Triple Entente or the Triple Alliance.
In World war 1 the central powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman empire. Italy was initially part of that alliance ("triple alliance") but switched side to the Entente, in order to conquer some territory from Austria.
Italy was part of the triple Alliance up until the beginning of World War I; however since Italy was completley unprepared for war and did not want to risk war with Britain and France due to their much greater naval power and Italy's vulnerability to attack by sea. Therefore Italy abrogated the Triple Alliance treaty and remained neutral when Germany and Austria went to war in 1914.