Before WWI Germany made the triple-alliance with Italy and Austria-Hungary.
Bulgaria and the Ottoman empire joined the alliance, against the Entente with UK, France and Russia. Other countries joined the Entente too.
When Italy swapped sides in 1915, the remainder of the war alliance was called the central powers.
In WWII the term "the allies" was used about those fighting with the UK against the Axis powers. The Axis was Germany, Italy and Japan, with their collaborators like Hungary, Romania, Soviet (until 1941), Bulgaria etc. Italy left the Axis when Mussolini's rule was overthrown. Non-occupied France got a nazi-friendly regime in Vichy and occupied states often had a collaborating government in Europe and Asia. Due to the war against Soviet Union and their switch to the allied side, made that Finland for some time fought on the Axis side, then against the Axis again driving out German troops from Finland.
Spain, Sweden and South American countries in particular, were officially neutral in WWII but acted in different ways that helped Germany, as large parts of the population had a friendly attitude, as it in fact was in most countries in the beginning.
the Germans were involved in world war 1 cause they were Siberia's allies and Russians allies
The Allies flanked the Germans because it made tactical sense to do so.
By trapping them
it ended when the allies won,and the Germans lost.And the allies took over.
By trapping them
they were called bobby planes
They feared the Germans
well, it depends on what you think of as "the allies" so the answer is yes because wichever side they joined could be "the allies". but i do know that they went against the Germans like most others so if you percieve the Germans as allies the answer is NO.
== == They were called the Axis Powers. The Axis Powers consisted of the Germans, the Japanese, and the Italians.
There's a muddle here. The surviving Jews were liberated by the Allies, not by the Germans.
they tried to over throw nazi germans
The Germans thought that the Allies would attack on Calais, so Germany set up a army there. But, the Allies deceived Germany by going to Dover and attack there.
The victory over the Germans at the battle for Stalingrad on the Eastern Front meant that the Germans were effectively fighting a two-front war . This meant that the Germans were forced to divide the bulk of their resources to fight both the Russians on the Eastern Front as well as the Allies on the Western Front . The Allies knew that complete victory over the Germans was then inevitable for had the Germans defeated the Russians then the Germans would then be able to commit their full resources to thwart any effort on the part of the Allies to invade and defeat the Germans who no longer had two fronts to fight on in the war . The Russian victory at Stalingrad meant that the Russians could indeed defeat German efforts and the Allies were encouraged by this who were then committed to the eventual defeat of Germany now having confidence that their Russian allies were capable of turning the tide of war against the Germans .
The Germans occupied it and the Allies attacked it.
No they were fighting against them
No. I am happy that the Allies won.
The Germans believed they were the master race and were better then every one else at every thing
i think the allies went into groups and went stealthly, and/or the Germans slacked