What Countries Made up the Allied Powers?

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The Allied powers was composed of US, Britain, France, Poland, Brazil, Denmark, Greece, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa and Yugoslavia among others. These countries opposed the Axis powers such as Germany, Austria-Hungary during the second World War.
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In World War II the chief Allied Powers were Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union (entry in June 1941), the United States (entry on Dec. 8–11, 1941), and China.
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