Allies: Britain, http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_countries_primarily_constituded_the_axis_power_and_the_allies#, and the US
Axis: Italy, Germany, and Japan.
What countries primarily constituted the Axis Powers and the Allies?
The countries that constituted the Axis Powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan. The countries that primarily constituted the Allied Powers were Russia, France, Britain, and the US. ...
Asked in World War 1, Ancient History
Countries of World War I?
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 :-) ...
Which countries were members of the axis powers and countries were considered the allies?
axis: Germany, Italy, japan allies: America, Britain, russia, Canada
Asked in WW2 Axis Powers
What is the differences between the allied powers and the axis powers?
The Axis Powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan. The Allies were the countries that came together to fight the Axis Powers. ...
What were the advantages and disadvantages of the Axis and Allied powers of World War 2?
the allies had more countries than the the axis powers
Asked in World War 2
What was the main reason the allies won World War 2?
The allies were all of the super-powers such as the US and most major European countries. The allies also had many more countries on their side and Germany had very little help from the Axis powers. The Germans could not take on all of the allied countries because most of them were well developed for the time of the war. ...
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Allied Powers
Which countries made up both the Allies and Axis powers?
The allies were the U.S., Soviet Union, and Britain, The axis were Germany, Italy, and Japan. ...
Asked in History of Europe
Why were certain countries excluded from the meeting of the treat of Versailles?
Some countries were excluded from the Versailles Conference because the Allies did not want the losers to participate. The Allies did not want the opinions of the Axis powers. ...
Compare the Allied Powers and the Central Powers Which spent more money?
Most likely the allied powers did. Since they were gaining more and more countries. The Central Powers were a losing countries and men, so I guess that the Allies spent more than the Central Powers. ...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces, Central Powers
List the countries that were allies and the central powers?
In world war 1 the central powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman empire. The allies where The British empire, France, Russia and later the United states. ...
Asked in World War 1
Which of these countries was part of the Triple Alliance also known as the Central Powers?
Which of these countries was part of the Allies also known as the Triple Entente...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces
What countries made up the Allies Powers in WWI?
Allies & Axis powers Axis powers: Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria. Allies Powers: U.S., Britain, France, USSR, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, Yugoslavia. ...