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date: 30 November 2021

Axis Powers 

Source:
A Dictionary of Contemporary World History
Author(s):

Christopher Riches,

Jan Palmowski

A term used from October 1936 to describe cooperation between the *Fascist regimes of Italy and Germany, and the creation of a Berlin–Rome Axis ‘round which all European states can also assemble’. Japan joined a month later, on signing the ... ...

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