There was three, The USA, Britain, and the
Great Britain and France
The US fought on the Allied, or UN side in Korea.
Lots of nations fought on the allied side of WW1. Some major ones were the United Kingdom, France, USSR, and the United States.
Yes, Stalin/USSR fought on the side of the allied powers in WW II
Jamaica fought in both WW1 and WW2 on the Allied side.
Britain fought alongside the Allied Powers.
Germany and Japan were on the same side in World War II.In World War I Japan was on the Allied side and fought against Germany.
No, Germany was an "Axis" power, fighting against the allies. Germany fought along side Italy, as well as Japan.
on the allied side
America fought on the Allied side during both World Wars and now they are one of the major Western Powers.
US fought the AXIS powers in WWII: Germany, Japan, and Italy. NB Italy changed sides in 1943, and was on the allied side after that. Don't forget all those allied countries that fought alongside the USA, and in fact fought for years longer than the USA.
The Germans and their allies fought on one side. The Allied troops fought on the other side. French civilians were in the middle.
France, U.S. & China.
They were on the west side of France.
The US, Great Britain,France,Soviet Union, and Canada.North Korea
Australia was on the same side as the mother country, Britain, and fought under British command.
Spain was a Neutral country in World War 2, and did not fight on either side.
There where two sides which fought in the WWII. On one side there were allied powers(USA,France,USSR,UK,Yugoslavia...), and on the other side axes powers(Germany,Italy,Japan,Bulgaria,Austria,Albania...)
Hiroshima is a city in Japan. This country fought in the axis side.
South Africa was on the side of the Allies; major allied nations included Britian, France, Rusisa, the United States, Canada and Australia
The main allies Britain fought with in World War 1 were France, Russia and the United States. There were other smaller countries which were allied, like Greece, Romania and Italy, later on in the war.
Italy fought on the side of the Allies in World War One. In World War Two, Mussolini allied Italy with Germany and declared war on Britain and France (and later the USA). In 1943 Mussolini was ousted and Italy joined the Allied powers.
Technically, no. Italy was allied with Germany and Austria before the war, but, believing that Germany's actions against Belgium negated the alliance treaty, joined the war on the side of the Allied Forces. It only fought on one side during the war.
The Central Powers in World War I were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire.
Eire (the Republic of Ireland) did not fight in World War 2. Northern Ireland, as a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland fought on the Allied side.