Allied Powers By David Spohn

On the right is the Central Powers, and on the Left is The Allied Powers.

The Allied Powers were the alliance that fought and won in WWI against the Central Powers.

The allied powers were made up of Serbia, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium and the United States. The Allied powers did not start off with the United States though. The sinking of the Lusitania and the secret deal to Mexico dragged them into WWI though.

The Allied Powers introduced many new weapons to WWI. Such as the Stokes Mortar introduced by The British. Almost all of the Allied Powers had also developed submarines before Germany. But The Central powers also made deadly weapons. Such as the chlorine gas, introduced by Germany in 1915.

From the result of the Allies winning WWI, it has lead to a trusting alliance. This soon effects WWII, because the alliances are almost the same as they were in WWI. The reason that happened is because the Countries know that they can win if they keep the same allies.

  • Sources Cited
  • http://www.historynet.com/weapons-of-world-war-i.htm
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allies_of_World_War_I

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