Enemies

 The Triple Alliance

1914-1918

 The Axis

1939-1945

Germany 1939-1945
Formations

  Infanterie Division 70

  Infanterie Division 84
  Infanterie Division 361

  Infanterie Division 346
Commanders

►►Wilhelm Mohnke

Procedures

►►Rendering Honours

Portrayals

►►Cross of Iron
 Warsaw Pact

1955-1991

 

The Triple Alliance

The Triple Alliance was a military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy that was brokered in 1882 and still in force in 1914. The alliance guaranteed mutual support in the event of an attack by any two great powers, or in the event of an attack on Germany or Italy, an attack by France acting alone. Italy later made guarantees that it would not act against the United Kingdom or France. In August 1914, Germany and Austria-Hungary went to war with the Triple Entente, consisting of Britain, France and Russia. Italy subsequently pledged support to the Central Powers, but entered the war on the side of the Entente in May 1915, against Austria-Hungary initially, and also against Germany beginning in August 1916.

The Central Powers included Bulgaria, the Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary and the German states.


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