Axis Powers

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Name given to the alliance of Germany, Italy, Japan, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary before and during World War II. The name is taken from the 1936 treaty between Germany and Italy which formed the so-called “Rome-Berlin Axis.”


Subjects: History.

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