Who Were The Two Sides In World War II?

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You, the two sides in WW2 were the axis and the allies.
The main countries on the original allied side were Britain and France in 1939, until France surrendered in 1940, leaving only the British against the axis. Russia joined in 1941 and then America joined after. Britain, Russia and America were the main 3 allied countries.
The main axis coutries were Germany, Italy and Japan.
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Your wong on your dates becuse the SOVIET UNION was an allie power in 1993 whean they shoked the world by makeing the anti-agerssion(sp srry) the date of that was aug. 23 1993 check it out if you dont beleve me ----
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Alex Ha commented
No, you have the dates wrong, by 1993, the Gulf War started. And why did you say the USSR was in the allies when the non-aggression pact was made,if it was made with Adolph Hitler !? If you mean 1943 Russia won the battle of Kursk. 1933 Hitler was just elected.
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I just saw the KD so sorry!!
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The two sides in World War II were the axis and the alliance.
The axis was Germany, Italy, and Japan.
The alliance was France, Britain/Canada, and Russia.
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The allies
ussr,canada,britain,france
the axis
germany italy,japan, bulgaria
but different countries say different dates of wwii because russia joined in 1941 so if you ask a russian man
"hey, when did world war 2 start" they would say 1941
but if you asked someone in britain
"hey, when did world war 2 start" they would say 1939
so it depends where you are from
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You are both wrong ww2 was in 1939-1945 and the main powers were America Britain France USSR for allies and Germany Italy JApan Bulgaria and Hungary for the Axis
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The two sides are the axis and allies
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The Axis and the Allies.
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The two sides were the Axis and the Allies.                                                                    By Sep. 1, 1939 the Axis was Germany, Italy, Japan, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Libya, Mozambique, Manchuria, Korea and the Phillipines. The  allies were Britain and France.

By 1942 (The height of German Occupation) The Axis was Japan, all of europe except for Sweden, Britain (NOT the Channel Islands), Switzerland, Denmark, Eire (Republic if Ireland), Spain, and Portugal, all of North Africa West of Egypt, Albania, Mozambique, 2/3 of the USSR, the Phillipines, China and Korea.

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But the two sides were the axis and the allies
but the main allies were britan rusha and canada thats if you are saying the main war was with america and hitlar
and the three main anix are germany itay and some part of eroupe
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What? No! America had war with Germany after D-Day and I didn't see the point of invading when the Soviet Union was already pushing the nazis in full retreat! If you mean America and Japan the part of the war was still a minority compared to the USSR & England vs. Hitler, the war in Europe. If you mean Hitler, then I am sorry about this comment.

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