Geographical factors affecting relations between the Axis Powers.
Before the outbreak of war, Germany, Italy and Japan did virtually nothing to coordinate their policies or strategies. Italy remained neutral until the last stages of German conquests of France, and then pursued its own interests in the Mediterranean. Germany waged a war on two fronts and many a times, treated Italy as a 'client', ignoring or trivializing Italy's concerns (Bramsted, 1994). Japan waged its own war in Asia and ignoring Germany's request for assistance in the invasion of the U.S.S.R., most probably because they fear another defeat after suffering defeat at…
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