Italy left the Central powers before they were known as the central powers.
No, Italy did not switch to the Central Powers. Italy switched from the Central Powers to the Allied Powers.
Italy was a member of the Triple Alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary. Italy refused to join the war as a member of the Central Powers citing she was to aid Germany if attacked by France.
The allied powers did not push the Central powers out of France. The Central powers only left after the armistice.
Poland was not a sovereign nation, but part of Germany during world war one so in a way yes and no.
Central Powers= They are the countries that are fighting in the war. Neutral powers= They are not involved in the fighting
Each of the Central Powers nations had a border with another nation of the Central Powers. This made transport of supplies and communication easier.
Albania as a nation was legally neutral during World War I. Within a few weeks of the outbreak of war the country ceased to have central authority and the prince left the country. The nation descended into civil war and various groups sided with the Allies, the Central Powers and with neither respectfully.
They were either part of the Allied Powers or they were Neutral
it can affect in many ways because it could break.
As Britain usually did in major wars of this type, they had their powerful navy set up a blockade of Europe. British warships would not allow countries- even neutral ones like the US- to trade with the Central Powers during the war.
When shown on a map, the color purple is often used to show the Central Powers. The allies are commonly shown in gray and any neutral country is shown in yellow.