It was part of.
Under the control of the USSR.
During the WW1 Romania was an allied country.
No, Germany was an Axis Power
Yes. The United States was an Allied Power.
An allied power during that war.
The four main countries that made up the allied power during WW2 were Russia, United States, China, and Britain.
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The Untied States was in the allied power
Italy joined the Allies during WWI, but no Axis Power joined the Allies during WWII.
The soviet Union was an axis AND allied power.
It was Germany, Austri-Hungary, and Serbia.
Neither. Norway were neutral during World War 1.
It was annexed by Germany in 1938, so technically, it was an Axis power.
Benito Mussolini was a dictator in Italy, an axis power, during World War II.
The US joined the "Allied Powers" when it declared war on Germany, which was one of three Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary & Turkey.
The United States during both the world war where apart of the allied powers, country's such as Nazi Germany where apart of the axis powers.
It was neutral, until invaded by Nazi Germany
London, Washington, Moscow, Paris, Beijing
yes, the allied forces were headed to Sicily to conquer more land and power during World War II.
Allied, in both WW1 & 2.
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The country that switched sides during the war was Italy. They became an allied power in 1915 during World War 1.
The Allied airforces ran over 10,000 missions on D-Day. There was no significant German air power over the beach heads.
Germany is an axis power.
England was an Allied power. One of the 'Big Three', England entered the war after Germany invaded Poland. England was never invaded, but was bombed and was the site of the aerial-fought Battle of Britain.