Which battle was one of the most devastating for U.S. Marine Corps?
A. Battle of Midway
B. Battle of Iwo Jima
C. Battle of the Coral Sea
D. Battle for New Guinea
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they lost the whole island
Its most definitely not A.
wait yeah b
We kept Midway, by deception and bombing their carriers with planes on their decks.
Operation Barbarossa was the Nazi German military invasion of
D. Great Britain.
Iwo Jima is were the famous picture of Marines raising a flag ontop of a hill.
In their 1943 meeting at Casablanca, Allied leaders decided to invade
D. North Africa.
I agree Italy
What gave the Allies an advantage at the Battle of Coral Sea?
A. Great Britain had a much better navy than Japan.
B. Hitler refused to send aid to German troops in the area.
C. The Russian winter proved too treacherous for German troops.
D. Code breakers were able to warn of the planned Japanese attack.
I think its the code breakers. I'm not too keen about the Coral Sea. Great Britain was stretched there and wasn't able to help.
It is not B or C. It was between the US, Australia, and Japan.
B and C actually reference Barbarossa and the Stalingrad surrender.
I believe it's D)
I agree, I'm positive. Britain was not able to support the Coral Sea fight for those fateful 4 days.