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During World War II, the tide turned in favor of the United States at the Battle of Okinawa. B. the Coral Sea. C. Leyte Gulf. D. Midway.
During World War II, the tide turned in favor of the United States at the Battle of Midway.
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During World War II, the tide turned in favor of the United States at the Battle of Midway.
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