European Axis Powers during World War II

Guess all of the European Axis Power that fought in the history's bloodiest war - in World War II.
Only European territories matters (excluding Asia and Africa)
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Last updated: December 7, 2018
First submittedJanuary 28, 2018
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Description of the countries
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The most powerful member of the Axis Powers.
Third Reich
Mediterranean fascist country that attended in the war against Yugoslavia.
Italy
Scandinavian country that lost the Winter War in 1940.
Finland
Description of the countries
Answer
Central-European country that claimed Northern Transylvania as their territory.
Hungarian Kingdom
An Axis Powers member that joined the side of Soviet Union when that reached it's territories.
Romanian Kingdom
The only independent slav state in the side of the Axis Powers.
Bulgaria
Description of the countries
Answer
This Nazi puppet-state was named after a tiny city near the Alps.
Vichy France
Middle-European slav puppet-state of Germany.
German Puppet of Slovakia
This state was created at the territory of Yugoslavia when that fell apart in 1941.
Independent State of Croatia
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Finland wasn't a part of the Axis powers. They didn't align with the core fascist ideology & were only involved because the Soviet Union attacked them. They didn't even sign the Tripartite Pact, nor were they some puppet state. Only the UK declared war on Finland because they were fighting the USSR but didn't even really fight Finland, it was diplomatic pressure. You'd have to do some *real* weaseling to call Finland an Axis power. Just because they fought on the same side as Hitler doesn't mean they were an Axis power.