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It depends on which war you're talking about.

In both the First and Second World Wars, the "Allied powers" held the geographic advantage of being able to press their opponents on multiple fronts (the Western and Eastern Fronts of both wars, as well as operations in Africa/the Middle East and Italy).

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The allies were on every continent; the axis were only on two.

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They had the power to produce a lot of supplies and replace anything, many soldiers, and good leadership.

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