Which war pitted the allies against the axis?
WWI and WWI featured the allies versus the axis.
How did the Allies try to hold the Axis leaders responsible for the suffering they caused during the war?
How did the cold war ideology that crystallized after World War II changed wartime alliances that had excisted during the war?
The Second World War was mainly between the Allies and the Axis. After THE WAR the Axis and Allies desolved (the Axis desolved because they lost the war, the Allies because there was no point to continue a fight against and imaginary enemy.) The Cold War was between Communism and Democracy. Unlike WWII
In the context of World War II, the event that ensured U.S. support of the Allies already fighting against the Axis was Pearl Harbor. While the Japanese intended their surprise attack on the American base to be a decisive blow against the Allies, it ultimately had the opposite effect: American not only entered the war; it entered the war in a fighting rage that guaranteed a total effort to achieve victory against the Axis.
How did the attack on.pearl.harbor cause te United States to abandon its neutral position on the war between the allies and axis Powers?
Axis & Allies The terms "Axis" and "Allies" refer to World War II, not World War I. There were many, many countries on each side, but the principal nations were: Axis -- Germany, Italy, Japan Allies -- USA, Britain, Russia Axis & Allies Axis: Allies: ~Germany ~Great Britain ~Italy ~France ~Japan ~Russia ~Finland ~USA ~Slovenia ~China ~Hungary ~Poland ~Manchkuo ~Australia ~Romania ~New Zealand ~Thailand ~South Africa ~Persia ~India ~The Netherlands ~Czechoslovakia ~Belguim ~Denmark ~Norway ~Soviet…