anonymous
  • anonymous
What was the German blitzkrieg? (1 point) A. a new military strategy known in Britain as a “phony war” B.a secret invasion of the Sudetenland region C. a propaganda strategy that promised “peace for our time” D. a new style of warfare that emphasized speed and firepower
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anonymous
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The tactical meaning of blitzkrieg involves a coordinated military effort by tanks, mobilized infantry, artillery and aircraft -Wikipedia so it is D. Here's a link on the phoney war, their different so don't confuse them: http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/phoney_war.htm

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