allied powers during world war 1 were france, japan, usa, uk,italy
The allied powers were North America and Britain.
Yes. The Allied Forces were from World War 1. The Allied Powers were from World War 2.
The allied powers during World War 1 were Britain, France, and Russia. Many of these nations plotted against Germany during the war, causing them to side with the United States.
Allied powers vs Central powers
Scotland was part of the Allied Powers during World War 2 .
They did not. Axis and Allied powers were only in World War 2
The three main allied powers during World War II were the Soviet Union, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Allied powers suffered the most casualties
Yes, Stalin/USSR fought on the side of the allied powers in WW II
AnswerThe axis powers during WWI was a coalition headed by Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary. This 'axis' opposed the Allied Powers in World War II.
There were two sides during WW2, the Axis powers and the Allied powers. The major Axis powers were Germany, Italy (who later joined allied side), and Japan. The major Allied powers were USA, Great Britain, and the USSR.
France, Great Britain, and Russia
Germany, Japan, and Italy
Switzerland was neutral during World War 2.
Sweden was neutral during World War 2.
Italy , Japan and Germany made up the Allied Powers .
Italy joined the Allied powers when they saw that the war was going in the favor of the Allied powers.
US was the allied powers
The Allied Powers did win WW2 in 1945.
The Allied powers were the forces that fought Germany in WW2.
Germany(during the beggininng) then the Allied Powers of The US and UK
Canada, USA, Britain, France
In the sense of WW2, there were none