Central Powers

European military alliances in 1914. The Central Powers are shown in purple, the Allies in gray and neutral countries in yellow

The Central Powers were a group of nations fighting against the Allied Powers during World War I.

The members included Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria and their territories. They were also supported by Azerbaijan and Finland, as well as Lithuania in 1918 and co-belligerent Jabal Shammar. They lost the war. The Allied Forces included Great Britain, Canada, Newfoundland, Russia, France, later the United States, Greece, Portugal, Brazil, Georgia, Armenia, Australia and Japan.

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العربية: دول المركز
azərbaycanca: İttifaq dövlətləri
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Цэнтральныя дзяржавы
български: Централни сили
bosanski: Centralne sile
Deutsch: Mittelmächte
eesti: Keskriigid
Esperanto: Centraj Potencoj
føroyskt: Miðveldi
français: Empires centraux
hrvatski: Centralne sile
Bahasa Indonesia: Blok Sentral
íslenska: Miðveldin
italiano: Imperi centrali
lumbaart: Imperi centrai
македонски: Централни сили
Bahasa Melayu: Kuasa Tengah
日本語: 中央同盟国
norsk nynorsk: Sentralmaktene
ភាសាខ្មែរ: មហាអំណាច កណ្ដាល
português: Impérios Centrais
slovenčina: Ústredné veľmoci
slovenščina: Centralne sile
српски / srpski: Централне силе
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Centralne sile
Tiếng Việt: Liên minh Trung tâm
Võro: Keskriigiq