What countries were occupied by Germany and its Allies in World War 2?
According to the answer to the closely related question linked to the right: The following countries (in chronological order) were occupied by Germany in WW2: Poland (Western half occupied in 1939, Eastern half occupied during invasion of USSR in 1941), Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France (Vichy France occupied in 1942), Greece, Yugoslavia, western portions of Egypt, Crete, current-day Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, large western portions of Russia, Tunisia and Italy. In addition, Italy (before she changed sides) occupied Albania and Libya. Japan occupied (in no particular order) most of current day indonesia, myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnamn, Laos, Thailand, The Phillipines, Malaysia, much of Eastern China, Manchuria, Korea (North and South), and many thousands of small Pacific Islands
The Allies: Australia Belgium (Occupied by Germany from 1940-1945) Canada China Czechoslovakia (Occupied by Germany from 1939-1945) Finland (1945) France (Occupied by Germany from 1940-1945) Greece (Occupied by Germany and Italy 1941-1944) India Norway (Occupied by Germany 1940-1945) Poland (Occupied by Germany 1939-1945) United Kingdom United States Soviet Union Yugoslavia The Axis: Finland (From 1939-1945) Vichy France (July 1940-August 1944) Germany Hungary Italy Korea (Occupied by Japan 1905-1945) Japan Romania
Italy, Germany and Japan were know as the Axis powers during the second world war. They were opposed by the Allies made up of pretty much everyone else; the UK, America, Canada, Soviet Union, Australia and the remaining forces of the occupied countries in Europe and Asia including France, Poland, Holland, Belgium, China. The Axis countries were the aggressors during the 2nd world war, they attacked and occupied other nations. The Allies were the countries…