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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Axis Powers
The Axis was extended to include the Empire of Japan as a result of the Tripartite Treaty of September 27 1940.
Axis forces in North Asian lands during the Pacific War considered the organization of a client state in the Soviet Far East, similar to the Far Eastern Republic.
Japan was the principal Axis power in Asia and the Pacific.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Axis-Powers   (804 words)

  
  Axis Powers
The Axis was extended to include the Empire of Japan as a result of the Tripartite Treaty of September 27 1940.
Membership of the Axis is the subject of continuing dispute, especially among nations that joined the Axis under coercion or sometimes outright military occupation.
Axis forces in North Asian lands during the Pacific War considered the organization of a client state in the Soviet Far East, similar to the Far Eastern Republic.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/Axis_Powers   (4060 words)

  
  Axis Powers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term "Axis Powers" formally took the name after the Tripartite Treaty was signed by Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan on September 27, 1940 in Berlin, Germany.
Germany was the principal Axis power in Europe.
Japan was the principal Axis power in Asia and the Pacific.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Axis_Powers   (5279 words)

  
 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Axis Powers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At their zenith, the Axis powers ruled empires that dominated large portions of Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, but they were ultimately defeated in the end of World War II.
The Axis was extended to include Japan as a result of the Anti-Comintern Pact of November 25th 1936 and the Tripartite Treaty of September 27, 1940.
The Axis of Evil named by George W. Bush has the same connotations behind it as the Axis Powers, although the countries named are not in any way allied with each other.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Axis_Powers   (3990 words)

  
 Search Results for "Axis Powers"
Axis powers Germany, Italy, and Japan, which were allied before and during World War II.
Victory of Democratic Liberalism The defeat of the Axis powers in World War II brought an end to the appeal of Fascism, as the major examples of Fascist-style...
During the campaign, the U.S. accused Argentina and Peron of collaboration with the Axis powers.
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 Axis Powers
At their zenith, the Axis Powers ruled empires that dominated large parts of Europe, Asia and the Pacific Ocean, but the Second World War ended with their total defeat.
Besides, the Axis was victorious at this time of the war, and Hitler promised to Bulgaria all the "San Stefano pact" lands, which included the cities of Nish, Solun, Skopje, and more.
At contrary, the Axis civil administration, assigned at Schleswig-Holstein Gauleiter Heinrich Lohse (for Ostland) and East Prussia Gauleiter Erich Koch (for Ukraine) were very hard, with massive exploitation of natural resources, local workers deportations, measures for Jews, etc., during yours all administrative period.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/a/ax/axis_powers.html   (4224 words)

  
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The Axis Powers is a term for the alliance led by Nazi Germany and between that state, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
The Axis was extended to include Japan as a result of the Tripartite Treaty of September 27, 1940.
The Axis of Evil named by George W. Bush has the same connotations behind it as the Axis Powers, although the countries named may not be allied with each other.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/a/ax/axis_powers.html   (276 words)

  
 Bush's 'Axis of Evil' Rhetoric Said to Heighten Dangers
Even critics agree that the "axis of evil" was a clever piece of rhetoric in explaining the president's policies to the American people.
So the phrase he came up with was "axis of hatred." He said his boss, chief speechwriter Michael Gerson, changed it to "axis of evil" to match the theological language Bush had adopted after the terrorist attacks.
In retrospect, the "axis of evil" phrase appears to have caused the most damage to relations with North Korea.
www.commondreams.org /headlines03/0121-03.htm   (1557 words)

  
 Axis Powers - MSN Encarta
The coalition originated as the Rome-Berlin axis, with the 1936 Hitler-Mussolini accord and their military alliance of May 1939.
By the end of 1944 the Axis had been reduced to Germany and Japan (with puppet Japanese governments in Manchukuo and Nanking) and four states being overrun by the Allies, that is, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, and Italy.
The Axis came to a formal end when the Allies ratified the unconditional surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761575351/Axis_Powers.html   (174 words)

  
 Axis Powers - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Axis powers ruled an empire that dominated much of the world, but were ultimately defeated in the end of World War II.
Of the lesser Axis powers, six would become defunct by war's end: Vichy France, the Independent State of Croatia, Slovakia, Manchukou, the Italian Social Republic, and Provisional Government of Free India.
The Axis of Evil named by George W. Bush has the same connotations behind it as the Axis Powers, although the countries named are not formally allied with each other.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Axis_Powers   (2805 words)

  
 XML.com: Axis Powers: Part Two
axis, that means the first one counting backwards.
axis refers to the context node's children, the children's children, and any other descendants of the context node at any level.
axis specifier to find these figure titles even though they are at three different levels in the source tree document.
www.xml.com /pub/a/2001/01/03/xpathaxes.html   (1236 words)

  
 Axis Powers - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Axis Powers, coalition of countries that opposed the Allied powers in World War II.
The coalition originated as the Rome-Berlin axis, with the 1936...
When World War II began in September 1939, Mussolini took the position that he was under no obligation to aid Germany militarily because he had made...
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 Axis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Axis of rotation, or axis of symmetry, in geometry-related contexts
Axis (anatomy), the second cervical vertebra of the spine
The Axis Zeon, a faction in the Universal Century timeline
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On April 6, 1941, Nazi Germany and the axis powers invaded Yugoslavia, Operation Punishment, and Greece forcing the capitulation of Yugoslavia on the 17th, and Greece on the 23rd.
The Axis powers established a greater Albania or greater Shqiperia at the expense of Serbia and Montenegro.
The text of the poster is "Fool the Axis – use prophylaxis, prophylaxis prevents venereal disease!" During the war the medical corps had a prophylaxis kit that would sometimes be issued to soldiers going into town.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Axis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Axis AXIS [Axis] coalition of countries headed by Germany, Italy, and Japan, 1936-45 (see World War II).
root ROOT [root] in botany, the descending axis of a plant, as contrasted with the stem, the ascending axis.
Axis I and Axis II Disorders in Alcoholics and Drug Addicts: Fact or Artifact?(*).
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Axis Powers
Greek resistance 1941-45: organization, achievements and contributions to Allied war efforts against the Axis powers.
Axis Communications network video sales growth powers ahead.
Axis launches superior network camera with built-in Power over Ethernet support.
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 Axis Powers - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The coalition originated as the Rome-Berlin axis of...
ABC Powers, early 20th-century term for the nations of Argentina, Brazil, and Chile that struggled to maintain peace in South and Central America...
Ensuing weariness in Europe, the inward turn of revolutionary Russia, and the isolationism of the United States meant that it was unnecessary to...
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 Axis Powers information - Search.com
The Allies depicted in green (those in light green entered after the Attack on Pearl Harbor), the Axis Powers in orange, and neutral countries in grey.
Membership of the Axis is the subject of continuing dispute, especially for those nations that joined the Axis under coercion or outright military occupation.
Bulgaria was forced to leave the Axis when the Red Army approached its northern border, and on September 9 1944, the Bulgarian Communist Party staged a coup, and Bulgaria became the People's Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Народна Република България).
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 Psychic Powers and Abilities | Nina Kulagina
Apparently her powers did not come straight away, hours of preparation may be needed, which, as sceptics have pointed out, does not favour the setting up of strictly supervised demonstrations.
In order to move things with mind power alone she found she had to clear all other thoughts from her head, and told investigators that when her concentration was successful, there was a sharp pain in her spine, and her eyesight blurred.
Nina practiced hard, focusing her powers, and was soon able to move matchsticks, fountain pens and compass needles.
www.mysteriouspeople.com /Nina_Kulagina.htm   (1390 words)

  
 Reviews of 'Germany And the Axis Powers: From Coalition to Collapse (Modern War Studies)'
The end of the Axis comes with the battle of Stalingrad and the demolition of the Axis forces as well as the failures in North Africa.
Indeed, as the Allies knocked knocked one Axis power after another out of the war, the Germans were forced to come to their rescue, burdening the already debilitated German war industry and armed forces.
"Germany and the Axis Powers" is an in-depth analysis of the ability of the Axis powers to conduct coalition warfare.
www.usingenglish.com /amazon/us/reviews/0700614125.html   (1048 words)

  
 Powers and Exponential Functions
By the end of this section, you should have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the rules of exponents and be confident in your ability to graph an exponential function.
We refer to the number written up and to the right (in this case, 3) as the exponent, while the number on the baseline (in this case, 2) is called the base.
In this case, we refer to this axis, y = 0, as a horizontal asymptote for the graph.
campus.northpark.edu /math/PreCalculus/Transcendental/Exponential/Powers   (2038 words)

  
 Germany and the Axis Powers Book Reviews
In Germany and the Axis Powers, NYMAS member Richard L. DiNardo goes one step further, taking a look at the nature of the Axisalliance” and the role that each of the members had in the overall war effort.
The Axis powers were bound not to each other collectively, but rather in a series of bilateral pacts that linked them primarily to Germany, a nation without a long history of military excellence, but little history of coalition warfare.
He reviews the problems and limitations of each of the principal European Axis allies, and their performance in the field, which was usually better than has been generally reported; for example, the critical role of Italian forces in the “German” victories in North Africa, or the Romanians during the phases of the campaign in Russia.
www.strategypage.com /bookreviews/288.asp   (440 words)

  
 AXIS POWERS,
It originated as the Rome-Berlin axis, with the 1936 Hitler-Mussolini accord and their military alliance of May 1939.
Denmark, Finland, Spain, and the Japanese puppet regimes in Manchukuo and Nanking in China joined the Axis as adherents of the Anti-Comintern Pact, which had been signed by Germany and Japan in 1936.
By the end of 1944 the Axis had been reduced to Germany and Japan, Manchukuo and Nanking, and four states being overrun by the Allies—Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, and Italy.
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 sfweekly.com | News | AXIS Powers
The packed houses at AXIS concerts suggest the public believes it is, but there are still critics who dismiss integrated movement as dramatized physical therapy, believing that not only does one need able legs to dance but that dancing is legs.
Fourteen years ago, the women who started AXIS were still asking, "How can I move?" -- and not yet asking, "How can I dance?" The company began as an accident after AXIS co-director Judy Smith and some of her friends participated in a dance improvisation class.
She and AXIS co-founder Bonnie Lewkowicz, the two women left from the founding days, are both wheelchair-bound, with no use of their legs, paralyzed in separate car accidents when they were teenagers.
www.sfweekly.com /issues/2001-06-06/dance_full.html   (957 words)

  
 Axis Powers
Although his political rise to power was not without its problems, his forceful and persuasive style along with his manipulation of the truth soon brought the Nazis into power.
He was rescued by German Paratroopers and returned to power as a Fascist puppet dictator.
He was captured by members of the Italian Resistance in 1945, shot, and his body dismembered and dragged through the streets of Como and Milan.
library.thinkquest.org /17573/axis.htm   (436 words)

  
 Axis & Allies for PC Review - PC Axis & Allies Review
In addition to being a new real-time strategy game, Axis and Allies is a cult classic board game that pits the Axis powers against the Allied powers at the height of World War II.
Axis and Allies uses the Kohan II engine, so it plays very similarly to the fantasy strategy game released a little more than a month ago.
The goal of both the Axis and the Allies is to capture two opposing capitals.
www.gamespot.com /pc/strategy/axisalliesrts/review.html?part=rss   (1244 words)

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