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3. The turning point of the war in Asia that established U.S. naval superiority over Japan in the Pacific was the Battle of (1 point) A) Midway Island. B) Halfway Island C) the Coral Sea. D) Pearl Harbor. 4. At the beginning of 1943, the Allies agreed to seek from the Axis Powers nothing short of (1 point) A) the return of Poland. B) League of Nations mandates. C) an apology in writing. D) unconditional surrender.

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5. Japanese leaders miscalculated (1 point) A) Japanese rule of California. B) Japanese domination of the Pacific. C) German control of Britain. D) Japanese control of Poland.
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