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Q: Why would the Battle of Stalingrad be considered a turning point in World War II? (5 points)The Soviets began to push westward toward Germany. The Germans controlled the oil fields of the Soviet
Union. The Soviets would never again be able to mount an offensive effort. The Germans continued to march eastward to meet the Japanese army.
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