anonymous
  • anonymous
Why did Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt meet in Washington, DC, shortly after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941? to decide the terms of surrender for the Axis powers to form an alliance with the Soviet Union and China to plan an overall strategy for the rest of World War II to consider the US response to Japan’s attack
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brebre5564
  • brebre5564
I think C would be reasonable. @ramseysa
brebre5564
  • brebre5564
c or d
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you

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brebre5564
  • brebre5564
At this meeting, Roosevelt and Churchill focused on coordinating Allied military strategy against the Axis powers over the course of the coming year.
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medal?

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