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 ====== Axis Powers (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy) ====== ====== Axis Powers (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy) ======
  
-Those [[Axis Powers]] consisted of [[Germany (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Germany]] under [[Adolf Hitler (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Hitler]],​ [[Italy (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Italy]] under [[Benito Mussolini (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Mussolini]] and [[Japan (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Japan]] (plus some minor powers - todo) who fought in [[World War II (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|WW2]] against [[Poland (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Poland]],​ [[Britain (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Britain]],​ [[France (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|France]],​ [[China (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|China]],​ the [[Soviet Union (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Soviet Union]] and the [[USA (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|US]]. TTL Italy made peace with the Allies in summer 1944; Germany gave up after the nuking of Oldenburg and Graz in August 1945; and Japan surrendered after the US dropped the bomb on Niigata and Nagasaki in September 1945.+Those [[Axis Powers]] consisted of [[Germany (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Germany]] under [[Adolf Hitler (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Hitler]],​ [[Italy (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Italy]] under [[Benito Mussolini (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Mussolini]] and [[Japan (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Japan]] (plus some minor powers - todo) who fought in [[World War II (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|WW2]] against [[Poland (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Poland]],​ [[Britain (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Britain]],​ [[France (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|France]],​ [[China (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|China]],​ the [[Soviet Union (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Soviet Union]] and the [[United States of America ​(Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|US]]. TTL Italy made peace with the Allies in summer 1944; Germany gave up after the nuking of Oldenburg and Graz in August 1945; and Japan surrendered after the US dropped the bomb on Niigata and Nagasaki in September 1945.
  
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