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What was the final Nazi offensive? A. the Battle for Berlin B. the Battle of the Bulge C. the Battle of Normandy D. the Battle for Warsaw
The Battle of Stalingrad was the last OFFENSIVE battle for Nazi Germany, it resulted in a German army divsion being cut off to the rest of it's army by the allies and thus losing the battle, [ [ The invasion of Berlin by the allies was the final conflict that resulted in Hitler committing suicide when they were outside the city. Read more: ]
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User: When did Japan surrender? A. after the first atomic bomb was dropped B. the day the Soviet Union invaded Manchuria C. the day after Germany and Italy surrendered D. a few days after the second atomic bomb was dropped

User: What was the final Nazi offensive? A. the Battle for Berlin B. the Battle of the Bulge C. the Battle of Normandy D. the Battle for Warsaw





Weegy: The Battle of Stalingrad was the last OFFENSIVE battle for Nazi Germany, it resulted in a German army divsion being cut off to the rest of it's army by the allies and thus losing the battle, [ [ The invasion of Berlin by the allies was the final conflict that resulted in Hitler committing suicide when they were outside the city. Read more: ]
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User: What might be the most controversial agreement at Yalta? A. the establishment of the United Nations B. the amount of war reparation payments Germany was to pay C. the granting of Soviet authority over the nations of Eastern Europe D. the decision to make the United States, Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union and China the five permanent members of the United Nations

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D. a few days after the second atomic bomb was dropped
Japan surrendered after 2 of their major cities was bombed: Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

As for the last question, the answer is
C. the granting of Soviet authority over the nations of Eastern Europe
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