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The major signatories of the Tripartite Pact were Germany, Italy, Japan. I've also read that they included Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary.
My question is what nations were actually part of the Tripartite Pact?
I can't really trust wikipedia since they listed Manchukuo, Thailand, and the Nanking Regime as signatories. The sources they listed seem iffy at best.
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P.S. It goes without saying, but Wikipedia itself is never a good source...
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Germany - 27.09.40
Italy - 27.09.40
Japan - 27.09.40
Hungary - 20.11.40
Romania - 23.11.40
Slovakia - 24.11.40
Bulgaria - 01.03.41
Yugoslavia - 25.03.41 (till 06.04.41)
Croatia - 10.04.41
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Dear cnd4747,cnd4747 wrote:Does anyone know who signed for Croatia?
Ante Pavelić signed for Croatia
Galeazzo Ciano signed for Italy
Joachim von Ribbentrop signed for Germany
Zenbei Horikiri signed for Japan
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Bulgaria adheres to the Tripartite Pact.
On March 1, 1941 at the Belvedere Palace, Austria, the atmosphere is solemn. At 13:35 hours sharp, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Bogdan Filov, who heads the Bulgarian delegation, signed the Tripartite Pact. The Pact was also signed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Gian Galeazzo Ciano, Count of Italy and the Japanese Ambassador Hiroshi Ōshima.
The following day, the governmental majority in the Bulgarian Parliament ratifies the accession to the Tripartite Pact. On March 1, 1941, German military elements entered Bulgarian territory. This ends the neutrality policy that Bulgaria followed after the start of World War II. The country became an ally of Germany.
Sources: https://www.sofiahistorymuseum.bg/en/ne ... rtite-pact
https://www.catawiki.de/l/32860481-nsda ... -1941-1944
Cheers. Raúl M .