When: Fri., Nov. 8, 7-8:30 p.m. 2019
People usually think of Germany, Italy and Japan as the Axis Powers in World War II. In fact, 15 nations fought on the Axis side, including countries like Romania, Hungary, Finland, Thailand and Burma. Many of their contributions to the war effort rivaled those of the better-known nations like Italy. Join historian Bert Dunkerly as he shares about the lesser known countries who fought against the U.S., Britain and other Allied powers.