Allies and Axis
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Axis and Allies.
allies and the axes
In WWI, it was Central Powers, and Allied Forces. In WWII, it was the Nazis and Allied Forces
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the names of the two opposing forces were the allies and the axis. The axis was Germany, Italy, and japan. The allies were the united states, great Britain, France and the soviet union.
Allied forces and Central Forces
Allies - United States, France, Great Britain, Soviet Union, et al.Axis - Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan
Opposing German, Italian & Japanese forces. It's a long story.....
In world war one it was the area between the trenches of the the opposing forces. It was a place you didn't want to be because you were a sitting target.
Allied Powers and Central Powers Triple Entente and Triple Alliance
Traditionalists against radical reformers.
the opposing forces were comprised of both nations' residents.
The central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and The Ottoman Empire) and the allied powers (Britan, France, Italy, Russia (who dropped out of the war), and the United States near the end of the war).
Yes, it sided withe the southern Greek forces opposing the Persian invasion.
The British and the French in North America
The Axis .
World War 1 became a world war basically from the beginning because both Britain and France brought their colonial troops to war with them. Indian, African, and Asian colonial forces fought in Europe and in their home countries against opposing forces. When the Ottoman Empire entered the war, all of the middle east became involved and fighting ranged from Egypt to Iraq. Additionaly, Canadian, New Zealand, and Australian troops fought for Britain from the beginning of the war.
During World War 1, advances in technology, such as the gasoline-powered engine, led the opposing forces to use tanks, ariplanes, and submarines against each other.
How were the forces of nationalism increased by the outcomes of World War 1?
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Germany and Itlay
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.
Opposite Forces: An example is of tug 'a war. There are two opposing forces on both sides of the rope, so it does't move.