Who were the Allies in World War I?

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By the end of World War One in November 1918, some 26 countries had joined the Allied Powers and declared war upon the Central Powers. They were; Serbia, Russia, France, Belgium, Japan, Montenegro, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Italy, Portugal, Romania, USA, Cuba, Brazil, Panamá, Thailand, Liberia, Greece, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Haiti.
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Germany was the one everyone was after in WW1. Initially it was mainly the UK, France and the Russian Empire. Later on the US joined the fight but was not an official ally if the
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Triple Entente- Britian, France, Russia, Italy, Greece. Triple Alliance- Austro-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire (Turkey)
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Allies-US, Britian, France, (Russia at the start but they had to drop out) Enemy-Germany and Austria.
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Allies (UK, France, Russia) were the opposing powers to the Central Powers (Germany, Turkey, Austro-Hungary). These were forces fighting each other during the war in a series of battles against each other. The Allies won the First World War.
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