No, these were two separate groups. The main characters and countries in the axis powers were Italy, Germany, and Japan. The main characters and countries in the allied powers were Russia, China, France, England, and America. Canada would sometimes come to the allied powers meetings, but would not be noticed. Ever.
There were three main Axis powers in WW 2. All three were aggressive and were dictatorships. They were Germany, Italy and Japan.
Allies of German during World War 2 were known as "Axis" powers. Japan and Italy were the two main axis powers (together with Germany)
the whole world would belong to the axis powers
I believe there are 3 countries with Axis powers. Germany, Japan and Italy
In WWII, there were two groups of nations against each other - the Allies and the Axis. The main Allied powers were the Soviet Union (Russia / U.S.S.R.), the United States of America, and Britain. The Axis powers were Nazi Germany, Italy, and Imperial Japan.
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.
The Axis Powers and Allied Forces were the two 'sides' of WW2. Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, Japan etc. Allied Forces: America, UK, France, China, Russia etc.
He led one of the AXIS POWERS. Subtract him, and there would have been only two AXIS POWERS to fight.
Rome and Berlin
It was Rome and Berlin, for Europe. There were times, during WW2, that the axis powers were termed, the "Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis."
The Axis powers and the Allied powers.
Two of the axis powers during World War 2 are Germany and Italy. The third axis power is Japan.
The Allies and the Axis were the two sides who fought each other in the war
Italy and Germany were two of the Axis Powers. The US was one of the Allies.
The Axis powers surrendered.
Italy and Germany
In the Allies Powers there were France, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, India, Soviet Union, Australia, and the United States of America. And in the Axis powers there are Germany, Italy, and Japan.
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Usually there is known to be three main countries in the Axis Powers. Germany, Italy and Japan are the major three they are also known as the Tri Axis. However there are more countries in theAxis Powers then just those three, there is Austria-Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria among others. The Axis Powers, isjust thetitleGermany and those allied with Germany gave themselves for World War Two, just like in World War One they were known as the Central Powers although in World War One these were not allthe same countries allied with Germany. Hope this helps!
Yes, Hitler and Mussolini headed 2 of the most prominent Axis Powers during WW2.
The axis were far outnumbered and they had to fight a war on multiple fronts.
The War was fought by two main alliances, the Allies and the Axis Powers. Numerous smaller nations, some impacted by hostilities and some not, were members of both alliances. Both the terms Allies and Axis were invented and used by those who were on the Allied side in the war.The main Allied powers were:The British Empire and Commonwealth of NationsThe United States of AmericaThe Union of Soviet Socialist RepublicsThe Republic of ChinaThe main Axis powers were:The Third German EmpireThe Kingdom of Italy and the Italian EmpireThe Empire of Japan
WW II was fought between two opposed groups. The Axis powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan, and the Allied powers were England, France, Russia, the US, and the lesser powers of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.