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What was the Rome Berlin Tokyo Axis?

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Rome (Italy), Berlin (Germany) and Tokyo (Japan) were the capitals of the three main Axis powers in the Second World War. The Axis was the name given to the opponents of the Allies, Great Britain and it's (then) Empire countries (Canada, Australia and many others), many countries which had been invaded, and after Pearl Harbor the USA

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