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World War II Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Chris Evins, College Student
Answered: Oct 03, 2019
Yes, Italy switched sides during the World War II. On 27th of September, 1940 Italy alongside with Japan and Germany signed Tripartite which officially formed the Axis power of the Second World...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Jun 25, 2017
The Maginot line was constructed by france along the boarder with Germany in 1930s. It cosisted of hundreds of kms of long tunnels , concrete fortification , obstacles and was equipped with guns...Read More

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J.Spencer, Knowledge enthusiast
Answered: Feb 19, 2019
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Francisco Franco
Let’s go back to 1940. Spain was a nation that was struggling. It was recovering from the effects of the Spanish Civil War...Read More

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I. Klose, Accountant
Answered: May 06, 2020
Springfield is a rifle. It was formerly known as the United States rifle. It can also be referred to as M1903. It was used primarily at the beginning of the 20th century and was also used during...Read More

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Chris Evins, College Student
Answered: Oct 03, 2019
Strategic bombing campaign. The Battle of Britain started in July 1940. It was a clash between the Royal Air Force (RAF) of the United Kingdom and the German Air Force. It is also believed to be...Read More

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M. Gomez, Writer
Answered: Oct 03, 2019
The correct answer to this question is true - Japanese once occupied some territory of the United States. During the Second World War, Japanese forces invaded some parts of the United States....Read More

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B. Strickland, Sales Manager
Answered: Apr 16, 2020
Germany, Italy, Japan. The Axis Powers alliance formed in 1936. These nations fought against the alliance of the Allied forces. The Axis Powers, also known as the Rome–Berlin–Tokyo...Read More

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Sep 23, 2020
The Allied invasion of the coast of Normandy

D-Day is a ubiqitous term meaning the day an operation kicks off.In this context it refers to the Allied landings o n the French Normandy Coast...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 23, 2020
Strategic bombing campaign
The Battle of Britain consisted primarily of an aerial war between Britain and Germany, with the stated goal of the German Luftwaffe to force Britain out of the war...Read More

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I. Klose, Accountant
Answered: May 06, 2020
There have been many kinds of literature on how the world would have been if the Axis power won the Second World War. Some people believed if Germany had prevailed in the Second World War,...Read More

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Michael Shea
Answered: Sep 13, 2018
Leyte Gulf is where US forces were landing to invade the Philipine Islands. The Japenese Navy launched a two prong attack to disrupt the landings. Resulting in the biggest naval battle the world...Read More

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S. Hughes
Answered: Jun 14, 2018
It is true that during World War II, Sweden provided Germany with iron ore. In fact, one report states “trade from Sweden to Germany eventually became so large that ten million tons of iron...Read More

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I. Klose, Accountant
Answered: May 06, 2020
The Battle of the bulge was also referred to as the German winter counteroffensive on the western front (December 1944- January 16, 1945). It was an unsuccessful attempt to push the Allies back...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 23, 2020
^ Rationing /scarce supply of some goods/Wartime Prices and Trade Board ^ Labour shortage and economic boom ^ C.D. Howe: Minister of Munitions and Supply ^ Government companies created for war...Read More

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