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The Soviet Union, wishing to keep China in the fight against Japan, supplied China with some military assistance until 1941, after which it made peace with Japan to prepare for the war against Germany.
Even though China had been fighting the longest among all the Allied Powers, it only officially joined the Allies after the attack on Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941.
The colony was subsequently occupied by Japan; Timorese and Portuguese civilians assisted Allied commandos in resisting the Japanese.
(See Battle of Timor.) Macao was also occupied by Japan. Roosevelt, aboard warships in a secure anchorage at Argentia, Newfoundland (located on Placentia Bay), and was issued as a joint declaration on August 14, 1941.
Many of the Allies of World War II were also co-founders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1949.
By the time World War II began, the Republic of China had been fighting the Empire of Japan since 1937.
Nazi Germany provided the largest proportion of Chinese arms imports and technical expertise.
They signed the Declaration by the United Nations on January 1, 1941, stating that a complete victory against their adversaries was necessary if "life, liberty, independence and religious freedom" were to be defended, human rights and justice preserved in "their own lands as well as in other lands, and that they [were] engaged in a common struggle against savage and brutal forces seeking to subjugate the world." Almost all the founding members of the UN had been anti-Axis during the war.
Although Portugal remained officially neutral, the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance was invoked in World War II leading to the establishment of an Allied base in the Azores.
Portugal protested the occupation of Portuguese Timor by Allied forces in 1942, but did not actively resist.
The Oslo Group was an organization of officially neutral countries. The United States also took over in Iceland on July 7, 1941.
Four members later joined the Allies, as governments in exile: the Kingdom of Norway, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Belgium, and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Iceland declared full independence from Denmark in 1944, but never declared war on any of the Axis powers.