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Germany invaded and controlled Norway to secure its major source of this resource? a. Gold c. Iron ore b. Silver d. Copper
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Isolationists were people who believed that Europe's war should not be a concern of the United States true or false?
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Isolationists were people who believed that Europe s war should not be a concern of the United States
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By the Fall of 1940, Germany controlled how much of western Europe? a. Very little c. About half b. Almost all d. None
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By the Fall of 1940, Germany controlled almost all of western Europe.
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