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What was the result of the Battle of El Alamein? A. The Nazis were driven from Africa by Allied forces. B. The British were driven from Africa by Axis forces. C. The Nazis took complete control of Egypt. D. The British took complete control of Morocco.
Weegy: My answer is B. The British were driven from Africa by Axis forces. User: What did the Battle of El Alamein reveal about Hitler? A. He was a genius in the art of warfare. B. He was afraid of direct confrontation with U.S. forces. C. He was an unskilled military tactician. D. He was not taken seriously by his generals. Weegy: B. He was afraid of direct confrontation with U.S. forces. User: What was the name of the general that led the Nazi forces in the Battle of El Alamein? A. General Eisenhower B. General Rommel C. General Goebbels D. General Himmler Weegy: B. [ [ General Rommel was the name of the general that led the Nazi forces in the Battle of El Alamein. ] ] (More)
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What was the Manhattan Project? A. an isolationist organization determined to undermine American involvement in World War II B. a socialist organization determined to make the United States communist after World War II C. a top secret government program whose objective was to create an atomic bomb D. a top secret government program in which American scientists studied the effects of biological weapons on unsuspecting civilians
Weegy: The Manhattan Projects was C. a top secret government program whose objective was to create an atomic bomb. User: Why was the victory at Midway so important to the Allied forces? A. It kept Japan from invading Australia. B. It kept Japan from bombing the Philippines. C. It put Japan on the defensive. D. It put Japan on the offensive. Weegy: C. It put Japan on the defensive. User: Who wrote to FDR in the summer of 1939 alerting him to a “new form of energy”? A. J.D. Rockefeller B. Woodrow Wilson C. Alfred Kinsey D. Albert Einstein Weegy: Answer is D) Albert Einstein. In the summer of 1939, a few months before the beginning of World War II, Einstein was persuaded to write a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and warn him that Germany might be developing an atomic bomb. User: Who wrote to FDR in the summer of 1939 alerting him to a “new form of energy”? A. J.D. Rockefeller B. Woodrow Wilson C. Alfred Kinsey D. Albert Einstein Weegy: Who wrote to FDR in the summer of 1939 alerting him to a “new form of energy”?D. Albert Einstein (More)
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All of the following were ways the government attempted to pay for the war EXCEPT which one? A. It sold war bonds. B. It placed a 5% flat tax on annual incomes. C. It borrowed banks and other financial institutions. D. It borrowed billions of dollars from Great Britain and France.
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What economic situation did World War II create on the home front? A. a combination of prosperity and abundance B. a combination of poverty and abundance C. a combination of prosperity and scarcity D. a combination of poverty and scarcity
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