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Which nation was defeated at the Battle of Midway after its plans of an attack were intercepted? A. the United States B. Japan C. the Soviet Union D. Great Britain
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Why was the Battle of the Bulge significant? A. It marked the Allies' first victory in a land battle. B. It marked the Axis powers' first loss in a land battle. C. It marked the liberation of the death camps. D. It marked the last German offensive.
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The Battle of the Bulge was significant because it marked the last German offensive.
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Why was the Battle of the Bulge significant? A. It marked the Allies' first victory in a land battle. B. It marked the Axis powers' first loss in a land battle. C. It marked the liberation of the death camps. D. It marked the last German offensive.
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The Battle of the Bulge was significant because it marked the last German offensive.
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Why was the Battle of the Bulge significant? A. It marked the Allies' first victory in a land battle. B. It marked the Axis powers' first loss in a land battle. C. It marked the liberation of the death camps. D. It marked the last German offensive.
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The Battle of the Bulge was significant because it marked the last German offensive.
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The Battle of the Bulge was significant because it marked the last German offensive.
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