The Importance Of The Allied And Axis Powers During World War II

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The Allied and Axis Powers were the two groups of countries that fought against each other in World War II. Each group had three main countries. The United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union were the leaders of the Allied Powers, while Germany, Italy, and Japan were the elite of the Axis Powers. France was also an important country for the Allied Powers, but it was conquered quickly at the beginning of the war. The leader of the United States during World War II was Franklin D. Roosevelt and later on Harry S. Truman, and Winston Churchill was the prime minister of Great Britain at the time. The Soviet Union’s leader was Joseph Stalin. Adolf Hitler ruled Germany, and Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy. Finally, Hideki Tojo was

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