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Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany. User: By the end of the war, the Allies realized that it would be advantageous to fight the Axis forces in multiple locations at the same time.
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TRUE. Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany.
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A phase diagram depicts the relationship between the physical state of a substance and its temperature and pressure.
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A phase diagram depicts the relationship between the physical state of a substance and its temperature and pressure. TRUE.
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_____________ ordered the use of the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan. a. General MacArthur b. General Eisenhower c. President Roosevelt d. President Truman
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President Truman ordered the use of the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan.

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Who was head of the Final Solution? a. Himmler c. Roosevelt b. Hitler d. Churchil
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Hitler was head of the Final Solution.
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