1. Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, the United States, China, Taiwan, Canada, India, South Africa, Australia, Poland, Greece, Yugoslavia and other countries were called the Allied Powers or Allies.
2. Germany, Japan, and Italy were called the Axis Powers.
3. In 1937, the Axis Powers signed an agreement called the Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis Powers in which they agreed to help each other in wars.
4. The Soviet Union and China suffered the most deaths during World War II. About twenty-three million (23,000,000) people died in the Soviet Union and about nineteen million (19,000,000) in China.