anonymous
  • anonymous
A?? During World War I, battleships were used for which purpose? to sink enemy aircraft carriers to launch attacks on coastal areas to move troops rapidly after battles to protect convoys of merchant ships
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anonymous
  • anonymous
actually i think its b
paki
  • paki
They were supposed to be used for a major decisive fleet action upon the high seas. The only chance they got was in 1916, and they muffed that up. So basically it was just shore bombardments, escorts, etc. etc. etc. The Great War (WWI) was not much of a naval war.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B

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yeah

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