Tripartite Pact

The tripartite pact was signed in Berlin, Germany on September 27th, 1940, and the pact established the three main axis powers of World War 2, respectively Germany, Italy, and Japan. The agreement stated that over the next 10 years the countries would stand by and cooperate with each other in all political, economic, and militaristic means if one of the three countries was attacked. Later Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, and Croatia joined.

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