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How did the German invasion of the Soviet Union ultimately lead to Allied victory in World War II? A. Having suffered tremendous losses in the invasion, the German army was fatally weakened. B. After losing the invasion, Hitler began to rely too much on civilian advisers, who gave bad advice. C. The United States gained ground by pushing back against Hitler on the Soviet front. D. Soviet code-breakers shared their knowledge of German codes with the British and Americans.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. Having suffered tremendous losses in the invasion, the German army was fatally weakened.
Elsa213
  • Elsa213
i think it will be A. also.
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Why were France and other defeated nations in Europe unable to deal successfully with the German Blitzkrieg? A. Italy and Spain had entered the war on the side of Germany. B. Those nations' World War I approach to warfare was obsolete. C. Germany had up-to-date armaments while those nations did not. D. Germany far outnumbered France and the other nations in manpower.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
B. Those nations' World War I approach to warfare was obsolete.
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Which factor provided a crucial morale boost for Britain during the Battle of Britain? A. In reaction to the Blitz, the United States entered the war on the side of its ally Great Britain. B. Hitler's many blunders made the British realize that he was incapable of defeating them. C. The rhetoric of Prime Minister Winston Churchill inspired the British people to resist the Nazis. D. The bombing during the Blitz did not destroy as many buildings as had been predicted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The rhetoric of Prime Minister Winston Churchill inspired the British people to resist the Nazis.
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
How was the British navy able to keep control of the English Channel during the Battle of Britain? A. The British navy was reinforced by U.S. ships and antiaircraft guns. B. Only British surface ships, not German submarines, could sail in the shallow waters of the Channel. C. In addition to the Royal Navy, private boats from British citizens patrolled the Channel. D. Radar and the cracking of the German code gave the British an advantage.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D. Radar and the cracking of the German code gave the British an advantage.
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Which describes the major significance of the Battle of Midway? A. Britain regained its colonies in Hong Kong and Singapore. B. The Allies gained a base of operations in Australia. C. Japan experienced its first major loss to the United States. D. The United States was able to crack the Japanese code.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C. Japan experienced its first major loss to the United States.
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