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There were three main Axis powers in WW 2. All three were aggressive and were dictatorships. They were Germany, Italy and Japan.
The three major Axis powers of WW 2 were Germany, Japan and Italy.
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The countries of Germany, Italy and Japan made up the Axis Powers of World War II. The Axis Powers were enemies with Allied Forces, which included the United States and several other European countries.
The main two countries that made up the axis powers at the beginning of world war 2 was Germany and Italy. Later in the war, Japan joined them.
During World War II Japan made a partnership(alliance) with Germany and Italy forming the axis powers.
Germany,Italy,and japan made the axis powers England russia and the united states of America made the alied powers
The Axis powers were Japan, Germany and Italy
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Japan had an alliance with Germany, as both countries had interests that conflicted with Russia. It made sense for Japan to join the Axis Powers during World War 2.
The "Axis" was Germany, Italy, and Japan. The Soviet Union did make an agreement with Hitler to divide Poland but when Hitler invaded the Soviet Union, Stalin joined the Allies.