Why Did Italy Enter Ww2

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Italy entered World War II, as the defeat of France became apparent. On June 10, 1940, Italy declared war on France and Britain, mainly because It’s Fascist prime minister, Benito Mussolini. Benito Mussolini had territorial and imperial ambitions of his own. At the time, Britain had already left from Dunkirk, and German troops were already moving steadily toward Paris, which meant it was too late for Italians to take a serious part in the battle.
Hitler himself saw that the Italians were in effect so as to share in the spoils without having to take part in any of the hard work. although, Germany and Italy were soon allied together as the Axis Powers, and Italy’s entrance into the war set off a chain reaction that brought war to much of the
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