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Which of the following is n otsomething the Allies hoped to gain from a successful attack on the Dardanelles Straits? A. control of the Sea of Marmora and Constantinople B. entrance into the Black
Sea C. control over the Caucasus Mountains D. ability to transport supplies to the Russians
A. control of the Sea of Marmora and Constantinople
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