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Weegy: It was the start of Allied victories User: D-Day Weegy: It was the start of Allied victories User: The Battle of Stalingrad eventually a. was won by Germany. b. was won by the Soviets. c. was won by American forces. d. ended in a peace treaty. Weegy: b. was won by the Soviets. User: Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany. User: Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany. T F User: Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany. True Of False? User: V-E day is referred to as a. the day Japan surrendered to the Allies. c. the day troops were sent to Normandy. b. the day of victory in Europe. d. the day of victory for everyone. Weegy: The answer to your question , "V-E day is referred to as" is b. the day of victory in Europe. User: Eisenhower thought that Germany would expect Allied troops to land in Calais, so they chose which port to land in for the D-Day invasion? a. Stalingrad c. Midway b. Normandy d. Moscow Weegy: b. Normandy User: The U.S. fought Japan off of islands in the a. Pacific. c. Mediterranean. b. Atlantic. d. Balkans. User: By mid May 1943, all of North Africa was controlled by _______. a. the Axis powers c. Italy b. the Allied powers d. Egyptians Weegy: By mid May 1943, all of North Africa was controlled by a. the Axis powers. User: Italy surrendered and joined the Allied troops against Germany. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F User: True or False At the Yalta Conference, Allied leaders decided that Germany would be divided and occupied by Allied troops. Weegy: TRUE. At the Yalta Conference, Allied leaders decided that Germany would be divided and occupied by Allied troops. (More)
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Weegy: It was the start of Allied victories User: _____________ 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 Weegy: D. President Truman (More)
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00:59:24 The turning point of the war in the Pacific was a. the U.S. capture of Hawaii. b. the U.S. victory in the Philippines. c. the U.S. victory at Midway. d. the Japanese victory at Guadalcanal.
Weegy: The correct answer is c. the U.S. victory at Midway. [smile] User: 00:52:45 What tactic was used in an attempt to cut-off supply lines to Japanese forces? a. Scorched Earth c. Ocean Hopping b. Island Hopping d. U-boat Skipping (More)
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Weegy: It was the start of Allied victories User: _____________ 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 Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D 2 What was island hopping? Why was it effective? 3 What was the turning point of the war in Europe, and why? 4 Please select the correct definition for the given word. Hiroshima 5 The turned the tide of the war in the Pacific against Japan. 6 By June 1944, German forces were spread thin and supplies exhausted, as they fought in Italy, France, and North America. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F 7 An important aspect to ending the war with Germany was _______________. a. to force the Germans to retreat from Poland and Russia b. to cut off German supply lines c. to increase the Allied troops in all areas of the European theater d. to trick German forces into thinking the Allies had lost all hope of winning the war Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D 8 Who was the Supreme Commander of Western Affairs? a. Dwight D. Eisenhower b. Winston Churchill c. Adolf Hitler d. Joseph Stalin Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D 9 During World War II, the Battle of Stalingrad took place in __________. a. France c. the Pacific b. Germany d. the Soviet Union Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D 10 British forces defeated in North Africa. Weegy: Please ask one question at a time. (More)
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In the military, D-Day is the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated.
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