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    How The Allies Won World War II

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    During World War II, Germany’s military was superior to anyone else in the world, with far more advanced technology, tactics, and weaponry. They had a fearless leader who would stop at nothing to make his country great again. Their closest rival, the Soviet Union, was almost out of the picture with a death toll of over 26 million. On top of that, Germany had nothing to lose, and would not conceivably stop. So how then, with all odds against them, did the Allies win the war? A combination of

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    World War II: The Allies' Winning Strategy

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    In one of the most crucial campaigns during World War 2, historians try to find the most credible information presented for the Russian campaign. We try to see how a once unstoppable force with highly advanced technology and brilliant commanders could be bogged down in the miserable wasteland of Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union. The perspectives that will be discussed in this paper include Russia’s huge population size and the determination of the people not to give in to the brutal occupation from

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    World War II culminated in a global war. The countries that submitted to the onslaught of WWII included the United States, Germany, and the Soviet Union. By picking a pistol and long rifle from each country used during the war, one can quickly perceive which country had more fighting power and controlled the fronts of the battle line. The weapons of choice of the United States consisted of the Colt 1911 and the M1 Garand. The Colt 1911 was a huge caliber pistol with a .45 ACP scorching down the barrel

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    One of the big names people recognize from World War II was Winston Churchill, as he was Britain’s inspirational leader through the war. Churchill was a large factor why the Allies won World War II, and he indeed made many significant contributions in the war. To begin with, Winston Churchill led Britain through the war, although there were both good and bad times. Secondly, Churchill always encouraged his soldiers to never give up, establishing a gutsy attitude. Finally, Winston Churchill stood

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    This paper deals with the contributions of the United States Air Force to the eventual victory of the Allies in Europe during World War II. The Allied powers had no idea how important a strong air force would be against the Axis powers during World War II. The fact that Hitler moved east in 1941 and had planned to do so since 1940, had important implications for the British war effort. Though still powerless to prevent German initiatives from being successful in Greece and Crete

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    Appeasement is the process or act of “pacifying or placating by acceding to their demands. In 1935, a naval agreement was signed by Britain and Germany. It was an agreement primarily associated by Neville Chamberlain - who became the prime minister of Great Britain in May 1937. Appeasement in that case was Britain giving Germany what Hitler wanted in hope that he would - at some point become satisfied and draw back on his aggressive actions. This policy lasted for three years - until France and Britain

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    World War II was a war of blood. Blood replaced water in the irrigated fields of the humble farmer and washed away the lives of so many of our own. Blood poured out of the pens which signed orders of transcription, the seals which signified trades of weapons, the lettered keys which broke a new heart with every passage of staccato taps. In World War II, we learned that out of every wound comes red blood, and that out of every weeping eye comes tears. The tears of companions, of wives, of mothers

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    The Casablanca Conference was a meeting between Allied leaders to decide the next step in World War II. The main leaders of the meeting were Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States, and Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Joseph Stalin, the leader of Russia, was invited, but declined to attend due to inner governmental issues. The Conference took place from January 12th through January 23rd, 1942. The conference took place at Casablanca, Morocco following the

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    Preemptive war can be defined as an attempted attack to defeat, or repel, an attack and to gain a strategic advantage on an incoming war before the war even begins. Few people see it as effective, but countless others see this type of war as contradicting. In 2002, the George W. Bush administration passed a new national security strategy in which preemptive war tactics would be used against other nations that intended to bring threat to the United States. Although the doctrine was initially considered

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    Invasion Of Normandy

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    The Invasion of Normandy/ Adelchi Pilutti On June 6, 1944, the fate of World War II was changed with one risky battle. On this day, American, Canadian, and English troops stormed the beaches and fell from the heavens along the shores of Normandy, France. One young book sergeant, Adelchi Pilutti, was part of the 82nd Airborne and was one of the first soldiers on the ground in the invasion of Normandy(Pilutti). Pilutti’s brave actions performed in Normandy helped the allied forces to win this strategic

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