Italy changed sides in 1943
They are called neutrals.
A number of Allied and Axis powers changed sides during World War II. Of the major combatants, Italy stands out with its switch-over from the Axis to the Allied cause in 1943. Earlier, in 1940, France changed sides, as well, although its support of the Axis powers was mostly as a non-combatant.
People very rarely changed sides during the English Civil War.
the bomed it man
They didn't. They changed sides in 1943.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy-(later changed sides) Ottoman Empire Russia, United States, Great Britain, France, Italy-(after changed sides)
Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy (Although Italy changed sides) Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy (Although Italy changed sides)
there is a amount of people that changed sides that we dont know
germany, japan, italy. ussr changed sides
The country that switched sides during the war was Italy. They became an allied power in 1915 during World War 1.
The US's enemies during WWII were primarily Germany and Japan, early during the war the US was fighting Italy also and then later on Italy changed sides and joined the US and it's allies.
The government of Switzerland is world-renowned for their long-standing position of "neutrality".
Voldemort didn't know Snape had changed sides, Snape was a spy.
All sides involved did.
he was the fascist dictator of Italy, until it changed sides, at which time he was executed
generally, on the sides of the countries they were colonies of
Finland fought the Nazis at the end of the war but in the beginning fought with Hitler in the countinuation war. Yugoslavia I think changed sides and started against Hitler and then a faciast was installed and they joined Hitler. It could be argued that Italy changed sides after the invasion of the mainland.