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Central Powers

Central Powers Alliance of Germany and Austria-Hungary (with Bulgaria and Turkey) during World War I. The name distinguished them from their opponents (Britain, France and Belgium) in the w, with Russia and others in the e.

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Central Powers

Central Powers, in World War I, the coalition of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire.

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