The US had an amazing capacity for mass production which helped the Allies win/--The Question concerns WWI
It was an economic powerhouse. The war was not fought on American soil, and the US did not enter the war until its troops could tip the balance in favor of the Allies.
The Allies had greater miltary strength and size.
the allies had a greater military strength and size.
the allies have more militeristic abilities and strength
the allies had a greater military strenghth and size
NovaNET answer: The allies had greater military strength and size.
The Axis Powers fought against the Allies in WWII. The Central Powers fought against the Allies in WWI.
there are actually Quite a lot of countries involved in ww1 Great britain (Allies America (Allies, joined in april, 1917) Germany (Central powers) France (Allies) Russia (Allies, left in February 1917 due to Russian Revolution) Turkey (Central powers) Italy (Allies) Romania (Allies) Serbia (Allies Greece (Allies) Austria-Hungary (Central powers) Bosnia (Central powers) Bulgaria (Central powers) British Empire (Allies) Belgium (Allies) Portugal (Allies) hope this helps you :-)
I would describe WW I as a huge accident that was set off by the assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand, rather than as a deliberate attempt by the allied powers, the Triple Entente, to take advantage of the Central Powers.
the allies were stronger
The Allies won.
The Allies defeated the Central Powers by involving the US in the war on their side. This gave them a great increase in numbers.
How did the central powers and allies try to influence American public opinion
In the beginning of the war, Italy was on the Central Powers, but later sided with the Allies.
Allies and central powers are so kool and if u dont know then u are so stupid!!!! :) LOSER!!!!
A map of allies and central powers can be found, by clicking on the related link, which is provided below.
the allies and central powers.
The allies did in 1917
The Allies win the war by securing the help of the US. This gave them a great numerical advantage over the Central Powers who had had the edge for most of the war.
The Central Powers
Both allies and the central powers try to gain the support of American by using campaigns and propagandas.
the central powers were known before the war as the triple alliance and before the war the allies were known as the triple entente
Germany's allies in the "Central Powers" were:Austria-HungaryOttoman Empire (joined the Central Powers in 1914) (later on became known as Turkey)Bulgaria (joined the Central Powers in 1915)
Allies were Britian, France, Japan, Italy, Russia, and the United States of America. Central Powers were Germany, Bulgeria, Austria Hungary, and Ottoman Empire
Enemies: All of the Allied Powers Allies: All of Central Powers