Who Were The Central Powers During WWI?


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Lily James answered

World War 1 was basically a global war that started on 28 June, 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918 through a peace treaty.

This war had all the main powers of the world involved in it. On one front there were the Entente Powers and on the other front were the Central Powers. The members of the central powers included:

- German Empire and its colonies
- Kingdom of Bulgaria
- Ottoman Empire
- Austrian-Hungarian Empire

This war resulted in the victory of Entente Powers and the above empires were dissolved.
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Anonymous answered
Ottoman Empire (joined the Central Powers in 1914)
Bulgaria (joined the Central Powers in 1915)
Also, Italy was technically a Central Power in 1914 because it belonged tot he Triple Alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy. However, Italy refused to go to war because Austria was the aggressing country. Therefore Italy never actually fought on the Side of the Central Powers and in 1915 they changed to the Allied side and fought against Germany and Austria.
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Anonymous answered
The central powers were- Germany, Russia & Turkey.

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