Can you take possession of allied territories you "liberated" provided their capital is occupied by the enemy?┬ (AKA, Moscow is in German hands, can USA take possession of Yakut and collect its income until Moscow is liberated?)
I think my previous "NO" to this question followed a link should be given a short version explanation..
Let's assume Moscow has fallen.. Then territories that are russian controlled remain so even if allied troops enter. But if Karelia(Russian owned) is controlled by Germany and is then liberated by UK it would be controlled by UK as the "liberator"(and you can claim income from it, build there etc.) If Moscow is liberated it will return to Russia.
I found that a little strange, as one particularly strange situation can occur. Russia pushes for Berlin(common tactic) while Japan rushes for Moscow. Let's assume the capitals fall about simultaneously. If Russia had captured the German territories in between and her own territories are not taken by either Japan or Germany it means Russia will "hold up" lots of income for all of these countries as the allies can not take control of them. In fact they have an incentive to retreat from these territories and let Japan conquer them so that they in return might move back in and "liberate"..
That's the short version. If you want more, follow the link I gave earlier.