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List of World War 1 Alliances. The Triple Entente. The Triple Entente alliance formed by France, the United Kingdom, and the Russian Empire was not itself an official alliance but rather a complex series of treaties and agreements that in effect formed a triple alliance.What is example of alliances in WW1?
Alliance systems that were in place during World War I included the Triple Entente (Britain, Russia, France), the Triple Alliance (Italy, Germany, Austria-Hungary), the Russia-Serbia Treaty and the Britain-Japan Treaty. These alliances contributed to the enormous scale of WWI.What does alliances mean in World War 1?
Allied powers, also called Allies , those countries allied in opposition to the Central Powers ( Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey) in World War I or to the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) in World War II. This quiz gathers together questions from Britannica's quizzes about politics, law, and government.