What Countries Were in the Central Powers?

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The Central Powers was a group of nations fighting against the Allies during World War I. The members included Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Bulgaria, the Ottoman Empire and their territories. The Allies were Great Britain, Russia, France, later the United States and other smaller countries.
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