No, the British, French, and Russians did not form an alliance called the Central Powers. The Central Powers refers to the alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire during World War I. The British, French, and Russians were part of the opposing alliance known as the Allies.
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Italy, sort of. Italy was never technically part of the Central Powers but did switch sides.
When the war started in August 1914, Italy was in a defensive alliance with Austria-Hungary and Germany. Since Austria-Hungary was technically the first country to declare war, Italy said that the defensive alliance was not triggered and said that they did not have to become involved in the new war.
A side factor is that Italy and Austria-Hungary had been fierce enemies for most of the 1800s, and Austria-Hungary still ruled some land that Italy believed was rightfully Italian. So Italy only really agreed to the alliance in order to protect themselves in the event of a war- around 1881, there was a small chance of Italy and France going to war, a war that Italy would have had a hard time winning alone.
So anyway, in late April 1915, the Allies made an offer to Italy- if Italy joined their side, and then the Allies won the war, then Italy would be given the Italian lands that Austria still controlled. Italy agreed to the offer. They officially canceled the old alliance with Austria-Hungary and Germany, and joined the war as part of the Allies.
World War I contributed to the start of the march revolution. WWI limited Russia's resources, which caused factories to not turn out enough supplies. When tsar Nicholass II took action, he left affairs to the tsarists, who listened to Gregory Rasputin. government confidence weakened, and Rasputin killed. Then the tsar stepped down.
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Central powers were located between the Russian Empire in the east and France and the UK in the west.
The events that signaled the final defeat of the Central Powers were revolution in Austria-Hungary, the signing of Armistice by Germans to put an end to fighting, the surrender of Ottoman Turks and Bulgarians, and many other events.
World War 2 destroyed the economy of Europe. The Marshall Plan was setup in order to help rebuild Europe.
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