The Allies of the Third World War
were composed of many Western nations, as well as Japan, South Korea, and other former colonies of the West. The Allies included:
The United States of America, Led by President Harry Truman, with Generals Douglas MacArthur and Omar Bradley coordinating the War in the Pacific, and General Dwight D. Eisenhower coordinating the war in Europe.
The United Kingdom, Led by Prime Minister Winston Churchill. General Bernard Montgomery led British forces in Europe.
Canada, under Prime Minister Louis St-Laurent.
Australia, under Prime Minister Robert Menzies
New Zealand, under Prime Minister Sidney Holland
The Union of South Africa, under Prime Minister Daniel François Malan
France, under President Vincent Auriol and Prime Minister Rene Pleven, with Charles de Gaulle commanding French forces in Europe
West Germany, under President Theodor Heuss and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
The Philippines, under President Elpidio Quirino
Japan under Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida.