-Munich Agreement — an agreement that allowed Germany to take control of the German-speaking areas in Czechoslovakia
The Munich Agreement was approved and signed during the night of September 30, 1938 by the heads of government of the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Germany, with the aim of solving the Sudeten Crisis.
-Pact of Steel — an agreement signed by Italy and Germany to strengthen their military and political relationship
The Pact of Steel was a military agreement signed on May 22, 1939 in Berlin, between the Ministers of Foreign Affairs Galeazzo Ciano for the Kingdom of Italy and Joachim von Ribbentrop for Germany, in which the mutual support in case of war was signed.
-Lend-Lease Act — an act that allowed the United States to supply military and other goods to Britain
The Lend-Lease Act was a program under which the United States began to supply food, oil and military equipment to the United Kingdom, to the government in exile of Free France, to the Republic of China and later to the Soviet Union and other allied nations between 1941 and August 1945.
-Tripartite Pact — an alliance between Italy, Japan, and Germany that formalized them as the Axis powers.
The Tripartite Pact was signed in Berlin on September 27, 1940 by Saburo Kurusu, Adolf Hitler and Galeazzo Ciano, representing the Empire of Japan, Nazi Germany and the Kingdom of Italy, respectively. This pact constituted a military alliance between these nations, and officially formed the Axis Powers, opposed to the Allied Forces in the Second World War.