What two nations were allied with Germany in the beginning of World War 2?
Japan and Italy
At the beginning of WW2 Australia was a part of the British Commonwealth and as such was considered one of the Allied nations, along with other British Commonwealth nations such as South Africa & Canada. Other Allied nations were England, U.S. and briefly France which seems to have a penchant for surrender.
France was invaded by Germany and there were two fractions in France. One that considered themselves part of the allies and the other who considered themselves part of the axis nations. Most of the country considered themselves part of the allied nations and were just waiting for the allies to save them from Germany.
In World War I, the Allied Powers (Entente powers) defeated the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire - now Turkey). The "Triple Alliance" of 1882 included Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. However, Italy separated from the group after the 1913 Treaty of London, and fought on the Allied side. The other major Allied nations were : Great Britain, France, Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Canada, Australia, Romania and the United States.
Adolf Hitler reasons for domination of Europe was because he wanted to reverse the effects of the Treaty of Versailles which stripped Germany of 2 of its lands at the end of WWI and the reasons for Hitlers hate of Judaism was because he thought that Jewish workers were the reason of Germany's loss in WWI. After the war, Germany was split into Allied West Germany and Soviet East Germany which stayed like that til…
During World War II, England was a member of the Allied Powers - they are traditionally thought of as The United States, Great Britain (England) and The Soviet Union - however many nations contributed to the Allied efforts, to include Canada, Australia, South Africa, etc.. The Axis Powers are traditionally considered Germany, Italy and Japan.
The following countries were part of the Axis Forces that the Allied Forces fought to free the rest of Europe and Africa. They fought against Japan and a few Asian nations too. The Allied Forces were victorious over the Axis Forces nations. Axis Nations: Bulgaria · Croatia · Finland · Germany · Hungary · Iraq · Italy · Italian Social Republic · Japan · Manchukuo · Romania · Slovakia · Thailand · Vichy France
During World War I, the members of the Triple Alliance (or, Triple Entente) fought against a small but powerful group of nations called the "Central Powers." The members of this alliance consisted of the following nations: Imperial Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
Germany was not invited to the Washington naval Conference because it was a defeated central power in World War I. Germany, along with the Soviet Union and other defeated central powers were omitted from the conference of Allied nations. The conference discussed naval disarmament and the growing tension in East Asia and the Pacific.
The Central Powers of World War I, had less men, guns and supplies than the Allied Forces. Due to the Allied navy, Germany's access to supplies, over seas colonies and other materials were effectively cut off. While the Allies were all powerful nations, Germany was the only power in the Central Powers.
the end of world war one was a disaster for Germany. because they had brought so much uneccesary death when they decided to begin world war one the allied leaders decided to make them pay. they said they they were only allowed an army of 100,00 strong. most of their income and goods had to be shared out amongst the allied nations and most of their trading rights were abolished. then of course came Hitler…
The Nuremburg trials were a serious of criminal court cases organised by the United Nations in conjunction with the allied occupying powers (USA, UK, France and the USSR) in Germany at the end of World War 2. Many people associated with the former Nazi Regime in Germany faced trial there on war crimes charges.