What are the major differences between the Axis and Allied Powers?
The Axis powers were the countries that supported Germany. The Allied powers were the countries that fought against the Axis and helped to regain peace in the axis countries.
In World War Two the "Allied" Powers fought and defeated the "Axis" powers. The major powers that led the "Allies" were France (later called the Free French), Great Britain (& Commonwealth nations), China, United States, and the Soviet Union. There were dozens of other Allied Powers that played various roles, such as Poland, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Yugoslavia, and Greece. The major "Axis" Powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan. I would add Vichy France to…
In World War I, the two countries were the United Kingdom and France. Other major countries were also Allied Powers- such as the USA, Russia, and Italy- but none of them were Allied Powers for the entire war (Italy joined 1915-1918, USA 1917-1918, and Russia 1914-1917). Only Britain and France were Allied Powers for the entire war
I'll just give major powers. In WW2, the major axis powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan. The major ally powers were the USSR, the USA, the UK, China, and France deserves some honorable mention. In WW1, the Major Central powers were the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, and Germany.The major allied powers were France, Russia, Italy, the USA, the British Empire, and Japan deserves honorable mention.
1. WWI the countries opposed to the CENTRAL POWERS the major Allied Powers were France, the British Empire, and the Russian Empire, formally joined by the Treaty of London, signed on September 5, 1914. Other Allies, linked by treaty to one or more of the Allied Powers, included Portugal, Japan, and Italy, but not the United States, even after its entry into the war in April 1917. The United States, and other countries opposed to…
Germany's major allies were Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria. Together, they were known as the Central Powers. Italy was allied with Germany and Austria-Hungary, but chose not to enter the war when it started. Later, Italy switched sides and joined the war as part of the Allied Powers, mainly to fight against their old enemy Austria-Hungary.