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In 1940, the Axis Powers (Germany, Italy and Japan) signed the Tripartite Pact that then came to be known as the Axis Alliance. Even though the Axis Powers concurred in their stand against the Allies, their wars towards their expansionist agenda were uncoordinated. Some of the territories conquered by the Axis Powers are listed below.
Czechoslovakia, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece, Libya, Austria, Yugoslavia, Romania, Albania, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Normandy, Crete, Luxembourg, Guam Island, Wake Island, Bataan Peninsula, Corregidor, Hong Kong, Malaya, Singapore, Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Celebes, Burma, Philippines, Thailand, Ethiopia, Libya, Nice, Savoy, Corsica, Italian East Africa, British Somaliland, Montenegro, Tunisia, Majorca, Dodecanese Islands, Harar, Hungaray, Monaco, Slovakia, Moldova, San Marino, Algeria, Bulgaria and some parts of China.
Germany controlled most of Europe in WWII. Italy and Japan also conquered many territories themselves (Italy in North Africa and Japan in the Pacific) . The countries conquered by the Axis Powers include Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Serbia, northern Greece, Austria, Luxembourg, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Finland, Croatia, Indochina, Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, the Pacific Islands, Ethiopia, parts of New Guiana, Libya, and parts of Egypt.
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There were many territories conquered by the Axis powers in World War II.
- parts of China
- French Indochina (Vietnam)
- Hong Kong
- Wake Island
- part of Poland
- part of France
Besides these, there are certainly many more territories that were occupied by the Axis Powers during World War II. Germany occupied much of Europe while Japan occupied much of the Pacific. Many countries feared these invasions and formed allies with the Axes.
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