Germany, Italy and Japan were the three principal countries known as the Axis powers in World War II. They created an alliance that recognized Germany's right to control most of continental Europe, Japan's right to East ... More »

The "Axis Powers" is defined as the group of countries that signed the Tripartite Act in 1940, consisting of Germany, Italy and Japan. The term Axis Powers is sometimes broadened to include other countries that were alli... More »

The Axis alliance during World War II was headed by Germany, Italy and Japan. Other countries that were affiliated with the Axis included Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Thailand. More »

Beginning in Europe in 1939, World War II was fought between the Axis (Germany, Japan and Italy) and the Allies (the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union). The United States remained neutral for the first tw... More »

The countries that fought in World War II were Germany, Italy and Japan, which comprised the Axis Powers, and Britain, France, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, the Soviet Union, China and the United States of Ameri... More »

During World War II, the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union were the main powers that fought on the Allied side against the Axis powers of Germany, Japan and Italy. Other countries that joined forces with ... More »

World War II was primarily a conflict between the Allies (the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Russia) and the Axis powers (Germany, Japan and Italy). The Axis also included Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary, wh... More »