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Topic: Allies of World War I

  Allies of World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, Allied aid remained low as the Burma Road was closed and the Allies suffered a series of military defeats against Japan early on in the campaign.
The Republic of Finland was invaded by the USSR on November 30, 1939 [1].
Although Portugal remained officially neutral, the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance was invoked in World War II leading to the establishment of an Allied base in the Azores.
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 Allies of World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Allies and their colonies are depicted in green, the Central Powers and their colonies in yellow, and neutral countries in gray.
The United States declared war on Germany on the grounds of German violations of American neutrality by attacking many international carriers, and was not at war with the Ottoman Empire at all.
Late in the war, the First Australian Imperial Force and Canadian Expeditionary Force were grouped in their own separate army corps, under the command of Australian and Canadian generals, who reported in turn to British generals.
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 Allies of World War I articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
World War I WORLD WAR I [World War I] 1914-18, also known as the Great War, conflict, chiefly in Europe, among most of the great Western powers.
Balkan Wars BALKAN WARS [Balkan Wars] 1912-13, two short wars, fought for the possession of the European territories of the Ottoman Empire.
Russo-Turkish Wars RUSSO-TURKISH WARS [Russo-Turkish Wars] The great eastward expansion of Russia in the 16th and 17th cent., during the decline of the Ottoman Empire, nevertheless left the shores of the Black Sea in the hands of the Ottoman sultans and their vassals, the khans of Crimea.
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 war debts on Encyclopedia.com
WAR DEBTS [war debts] This article discusses the obligations incurred by foreign governments for loans made to them by the United States during and shortly after World War I. For international obligations arising out of World War II, see lend-lease.
In addition to loans made during the war itself, loans and credits were extended for several years after the armistice, both to allied and former enemy nations.
War debt, moral hazard, and the financing of the Confederacy.(model of war spending and borrowing for the American Confederacy during the Civil War)
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 World War Two Allies
The World War II Tommy by Martin Brayley and Richard Ingram.
The World War II G.I. by Richard Windrow and Tim Hawkins.
Covers all of the war on the African continent as well as the waters surrounding it and adjacent countries and regions.
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 Boots & Sabers - The blogging will continue until morale improves...
Allied clandestine operations were hampered because the many of the German patriots who would betray Hitler would not do so because the policy of Unconditional Surrender forever linked Hitler’s and Germany’s fate.
Proposals to end the war with a pen rather than a sword were coming in from the German underground, despite Anthony Eden’s refusal to even respond to any of them.
To assume otherwise is to assume, of necessity, a period of quiet followed by a third world war.
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 Axis and Allies during World War II
Learn about the leaders of the axis and allies during World War II There are many explorations and books written on the subject of World War II.
The mastermind behind World War II was, in fact, an ideology suggested and discarded by writers, philosophers, and biologists as far back as Ancient Greece.
The Nazi ideology shared the view that the world was a Darwinian environment in which only the strongest and fittest of creatures survived, purifying the gene pool by killing off the weakest of the species.
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The big four Allied powers of World War II were England (Great Britain, the United Kingdom), the United States of America, the Soviet Union (U.S.S.R., Russia), and France.
The involvement of many of the Allies in World War II was natural and inevitable -- they were invaded or under the direct threat of invasion by the Axis.
Although it has been edited and modified, the primary source for this summary is the "Brief History of the U.S. Army in World War II" published by the U.S. Army Center for Military History.
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 BBC - History - World War Two   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Resentment at the harsh peace of World War One fuelled the rise of Adolf Hitler.
War in the South China Sea: The Sinking of Force Z by Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey Brooke
After six years of the most destructive war in human history, whole countries lay in ruins, populations were displaced and the victors demanded justice.
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 BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Who won World War II?
Mr Overy says that the West has a view of the war as a global conflict, because of its fight against Japan, for example, whereas the Soviet view is of a "national crusade to repel the invader".
Everybody loses with war, it isn't a particularly nice thing to have to engage in and it certainly can't be trivialised by arguing about who made the biggest contribution.
The biggest loser in the war was Britain, who lost her empire, foreign assets and was still paying for the cost of the war (mostly to the USA) decades later.
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 Welcome to World war 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Map of the World with the Participants in World War I. The Allies are...
The war was fought by the Allies on one side, and the Central Powers on the other.
For the Allies in World War Two, the defeat of Germany was their priority.' For all his many failings...
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 BBC - History - The Allies at War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Simon Berthon discusses the uneasy relationship that existed between the Western leaders of the Allied forces in World War Two.
Between 1940 and 1945 three titans of the twentieth century, who became the leaders of the free world at its moment of greatest crisis, fought an extraordinary war within a war.
To the outside world they were allies united in the fight against Hitler.
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 allies weapon world war 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Japan and Germany as subservient allies in a Pax...
A photographer and a woman become allies against the military after the coup...
Picking the top stuff of allies weapon world war 2 can be difficult.
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 Welcome to World war two   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Tracking down the best free Allies In World War Two online isn't an easy undertaking, which is why we planned this search site for you.
World War Two; Deutsche Welle special section on World War II created by one of Germany's public...
One Helmut Von Moltke, the nephew of the World War One...
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 CNN - World War II allies attacked at Nazi gold conference - Dec. 3, 1997
LONDON (CNN) -- World War II allies France, Britain and the United States knowingly used gold stolen by the Nazis from individuals to repay looted European central banks after the war, the World Jewish Congress claimed Wednesday.
Britain, France and the United States set up the Tripartite Gold Commission after World War II to return looted gold to 10 countries whose treasuries had been sacked when Nazi Germany's troops swept across Europe.
The World Jewish Congress based its allegations on a document that it said its researchers discovered about two months ago in the U.S. National Archives.
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 World War II
World War II World War II, 1939–45, worldwide conflict involving every major power in the world.
Japanese Internment in World War II - During World War II, nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans were under lock and key
World War II - “I have seen war.
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 Overview: The Great Energy War
It demeaned world institutions born of the madness of war and long established such as the United Nations, and it threatened punitive military attacks and occupation on any of the 200 plus nations on the planet.
The world finally figured out that the inherent sickness of the US posed as great a danger to the world as its desire for oil and gas.
The world’s water and air supply were contaminated and billions of carcasses—human and otherwise--lay rotting.
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 Stop the War Coalition
The war is just part of George Bush's war on terror, now renamed 'the long war' by the US administration.
Britain is the key ally of Bush and his foreign policy, which is why in both Iraq and Afghanistan the death toll is growing while the situation in both countries is deteriorating.
On Saturday 18 March, the third anniversary of the Iraq invasion, Stop the War Coalition held its 14th demonstration and it was the biggest in London since 2003.
www.stopwar.org.uk   (1610 words)

 World War II Links on the Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
War in Russia 1941 and Battle for Moscow and Battle for Leningrad and Civil War in Russia 1918-20 from Dmitriy Yegorov (Jan. 11, 2001)
World War II Through Russian Eyes from the Historical Achievements Museum, the traveling exhibit of artifacts from the Russian Central Armed Forces Museum in Moscow opened August 6, 1998 in the Ronald Reagan Building and Center for International Trade, Washington DC Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Israel
War Letters is a database of correspondence from World War I & II Wes Clark in Germany Wesley Harry Clark, served in France and Germany during World War II as a light mortar crewman with Troop C of the 33rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron of the 20th Armored Division
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 Allies of World War II - Simple English Wikipedia
The Allied Powers (or Allies of World War II) were a group of nations that fought against the Axis countries, Nazi Germany, Facist Italy, and Japan, in World War II.
The United States of America (drawn into the war after Pearl Harbor)
This page was last changed at 03:35, 10 June 2006.
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 Ultimate A&A / WaW Page
This page is designed partly to pay tribute to the brave men and women of the Allied Forces of World War II who gave their lives and freedom for their countries.
World War II as many of us know was the most important event of the 20th Century.
For those of us who were born long after the flames of war had died out, we can never truly understand what our fore-fathers went through.
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 GameSpot Forums - GameSpot Union Recruitment - Axis & Allies Union - World War II Strategy Gaming
The Axis and Allies Union exists to serve the strategy enthusiast and is dedicated to the gamers who grew up playing the classic Axis and Allies board game.
Members are encouraged to discuss every Axis and Allies based game, whether it's board or PC, and to share information on other World War II strategy based games as they emerge.
Over time, our goal is to become the central point for all World War II strategy gaming at Gamespot, and perhaps the web itself.
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 HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Allies won World War II because, compared with the Axis countries, they were bigger economically, they had more people and their cause was just.
Indeed, looked at from the perspective of the past half-century, the combined power of the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union inevitably had to prevail in World War II, even if the sacrifice, the cost and the time spent in doing so had to be enormous.
According to Richard Overy, it is true that greater size and greater population were indispensable elements in the Allied victory.
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 Allied WW2 Casualties in The Netherlands Remembered   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Four Allied soldiers are buried at the Roman Catholic Cemetery in Budel.
He was killed on 2 October 1944 during a fierce German counter attack on the Wylerbaan near Nijmegen.
After the war his body was brought back to the United States.
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 World War 2 Allies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ultimate A&Amp;A / Waw Page WorldWar II as many of us know was the most important event of the 20th Century.
For those of us who were born long after the flames of war had died out,we can never truly understand what our fore-fathers went through.
But, we can tribute them by never letting the world forget the sacrificesthey made.
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 World War II Allies signing the Agreement of London.
World War II Allies signing the Agreement of London.
Title: World War II Allies signing the Agreement of London.
The Harry S. Truman Library is one of eleven Presidential Libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration
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 Find in a Library: Germany and its allies in World War II : a record of Axis collaboration problems
Find in a Library: Germany and its allies in World War II : a record of Axis collaboration problems
Germany and its allies in World War II : a record of Axis collaboration problems
WorldCat is provided by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. on behalf of its member libraries.
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 The Great Energy War: US & Allies Neutralized, World War III Ends
The Treaty of Jakarta, signed in 2045, brought an end to the global conflagration that was World War III.
Century, the US made it official: "We are a Nation at War." And with that, US President George W. Bush’s National Defense Strategy of March 2005, and General, USAF, Richard Myers’ National Military Strategy of the USA (released in 2004) set the global conflict into motion.
As they slept, the for-sale sign went up on the "people’s" government, infrastructure, schools, health systems, and social security networks--the critical supply lines for a robust and healthy society.
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 HyperWar: United Nations ("Allies") in World War II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
HyperWar: United Nations ("Allies") in World War II The United Nations ("Allies") in World War II Additional Links
U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II
U.S. Navy in World War II (includes U.S. Coast Guard)
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 ThinkQuest : Library : World War II - Allies vs. Axis
The site below and the 5000+ other websites in the Library were created by students around the world as part of the ThinkQuest website-building competition.
Index : History & Government : War & Conflicts : World War II
All the info is at Allies vs. Axis.
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 Amazon.com: Germany and its Allies in World War II: Books: Burkhart Mueller-Hillebrad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Publisher: learn how customers can search inside this book.
Germany and its Allies in World War II (Hardcover)
Subjects > History > Military > World War II > General
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