The country that left the triple allience when World War 1 started was Italy.
Italy pulled out of world war 1 because she had achieved her objective - gaining the territories promised to her in her arrangement with the Allies. Since before the war started, Italy was interested in the Austrian Littoral and a portion of Dalmatia.
Canada. i think no it was Italy
Italy was part of the Allied Forces in World War 1.
In world war 1,germany started the war,but in world war 2,japan started it and usa ended the war
The assassination of archduke ferdinand
It started in July 28th, 1914 and it ended in November 11, 1918
Italy was part of the axis forces in World War 2. In World War 1 Italy and it's colonies were part of the Allies forces.
No world war 1 was started in 1914 . World war two started in 1939
what did Italy like what did Italy like
world war 1 started in 1914 and world war 2 started in 1941.1939 in Europe and Asia
Austria-Hungary was allied with Germany (and Italy just before the war, but Italy changed sides once the war started). Their enemies were France, Russia, and Great Britian.
Italy became involved in World War One on the 26th of April in 1915because it wanted to not get involved in the first world war. Italy wanted to be neutral.
World War 1: 1914 World War 2: September 1, 1939
italy invaded france
world war 1 started July 28th 1914 and world war 2 started 3rd September 1939
World War 1: At first, Italy was in alliance with Germany and Austria- Hungary, but then later on, when war has developed it became neutral. World War 2: Italy was with Germany, both of these countries were nazi countries.
the war started when someone assassinated Archduke Ferdinand
The world war 1 started 1914 through 1919 World War I actually ended on Nov 11 1918