The Allied countries and their leaders were...
The Axis countries and their leaders were...
What were the Goals of the world war 2 allied leaders?
They all die of old age after world war 2.
who were allied government leaders
the usa Britain and soviot union
Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin were the Allied leaders.
what were the names of the leaders in world war 1
Axis leaders were evil, power hungry, & wanted to take over the world. Allied leaders were good, believed in freedom, & wanted peace.
actually there was 61 allied countries
The countries that were allied with the Nazis in World War 2 were Japan and Italy, but Italy fought against the Nazis with the Allies towards the end of the war.
Roosevelt - Churchill - Stalin .
All I know is the Allied Powers...I need their leaders. USA, USSR, CHINA, GREAT BRITAIN, AND FRANCE. I need their leaders.
the allied countries were Russia, France, the u.s., great Britain (England), and Serbia.
Germany & Italy were allied to Japan in WWII.
LEADERS OF THE ALLIESDuring World War II, many Allied leaders becamefamous to people around the world. The leaders of the BIG FOUR---the fourmost powerful Allied countries----were CHIANG KAI-SHEK of China. -Khaliyah Batteast
Some are Poland, England, France
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peace talks to end the world war 2.
Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin
Roosevelt and Eisenhower
All of the allied leaders were satisfied with the way that the Treaty of Versailles was done. It was a peace treaty that was used to officially end World War I.
There were over a hundred countries that were not part of World War I.
In World War I Australia fought with other countries but in World War II they were not part of the Allied Forces that conquered the Axis Forces.
Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin!!!!
That appeasement doesn't work.
i think it was usa, UK and soviet union
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