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Who were the opposing sides in World War 1?

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In World War 1, the opposing sides were the Central Powers and the Allied Powers. The Central Powers were made up of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and later Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. The Allied Powers were made up of Russia, France, Britain, and later Italy and the US.

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