Topwards the Pact of London (26th april 1915)Italy wanted to gain Trentino and South Tyrol (until the natural border of Brennero), Venezia Giulia (Trieste...), Istria except Fiume, part of Dalmatia and many adriatic islands
Italy primarily wanted to gain territory.
Italy lost its territories in World War 2 as they lost the war.
Italy was seeking to control Northern Africa following World War II, and thus, should the Allies have lost WWII, they'd be reigning over countries such as Egypt or Morocco.
Italy wanted land in the Adriatic Sea after World War 1 in order to expand its reach. They wanted to gain Trentino, Istria, Venezia Giulia, and South Tyrol.
No, Italy was suppose to gain land and money from the Treaty of Versallies(Pronounced Ver - sigh) but they were duped and never did. They actually lost land.
If you are asking if Italy was part of the Allies in World War Two, the answer is no. However, if you want to find the allies of Italy, the main one was Germany.
Mussolini told Italy that they can have all the land they want if they fight in world war 2. he said that they would not lose the war.
Italy and France
they won a war
It had fertile land.
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.
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Italy was part of the Allied Forces in World War 1.
Italy declared war on Austria-Hungary and joined World War I. Italy fought on the side of the allies which included Britain, Russia, and France.
Before there was World War II there was a civil war in Spain in which the Fascists were able to seize power using help from Germany and Italy.
Italy and Japan entered the war to
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.
After the World War 2 Italy did have a democratic type of government.
Yes, Italy was part of world war II. Italy, Germany and Japan were partners called the Axis.
Italy believed that Germany was instigating the war rather than fighting a defensive war or protecting themselves, and thus, they didn't want to be involved with the enemy.
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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.
Italy did not gain anything from the Treaty of Versailles. Italy wanted money and land, however, when they changed sides from Germany to the Allies in the middle of the war, there were not able to received what they hoped.
World WAr 2 was the last time Italy was at war officially.