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Allied punishments weakened the German economy after World War 1, while Allies helped revive the German economy after World War 2.

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Which statement best describes Germany's overall military strategy at the beginning of World War 1?

Answer this question… It planned to rapidly conquer France, then send its troops east toward Russia.


What were the Major Events of the war in A War in Europe and North Africa?

1939 --- The war begins as Poland falls to Germany. 1940 --- France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, and Denmark fall to Germany. Italy enters the war on the Axis side, attacks Great Britain in North Africa, and invades Greece. German invasion of Great Britain is planned but never occurs. 1941 --- In North Africa, Great Britain pushes Italy back. Germany invades Russia and reinforces Italy in North Africa. Japan enters the war on the Axis side, and the US enters the war on the Allied side. 1942 --- War seesaws in North Africa. Italy reinforces Germany in Russia. Toward the end of the year the war in Russia and North Africa turn against the Axis, and the US invades North Africa. 1943 --- Germany and Italy are expelled from North Africa. Italy surrenders to Allies and is occupied by Germany as the Allies invade. The war continues in Russia as Germany is pushed back. 1944 --- Germany holds the Allies in Italy, but Russia continues to push Germany back. The US, Great Britain, and Canada invade France. 1945 --- Germany surrenders to the Allies.


Why did Britain and France adopt a policy of appeasement toward Germany?

Because they wanted to be at peace with Germany and avoid war.


Which policy best demonstrates appeasement?

British policy toward Germany during the 1930s


The schlieffen plan was effective because it?

allowed germany to drive quickly toward the french capital

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How was the allies strategy toward Germany after the world war different from their strategy after world war 2?

Allied punishments weakened the German Economy after World War 1, while Allies helped revive the German economy after World War 2.


How was the allies strategy toward Germany after world war 1 different from the strategy after world war 2?

Allied punishments weakened the German Economy after World War 1, while Allies helped revive the German economy after World War 2.


Why was the D-Day invasion at Normandy significant?

It was the allies first step in their march toward Germany


Why did the wartime unity of the Allies break down in 1945-47?

different ideologies, different attitudes toward germany, rivalry, marshall aid, truman doctrine and gain of soviet power in estern countries.


Did allied armies advanced west from the Soviet Union toward Germany?

Yes. It was the Soviet Army, and they were one of the Allies.


What two demands made by the Treaty of Versailles toward Germany?

Germany, and Austro-Hungary, must pay for the cost of the war, including damages to the allies, and the size of their military was restricted to a very small defense force.


What was the response of countries toward atomic bomb?

Japan surrendered toward the Allies and the war ended.


In which direction did Soviet Russia advance toward Germany in 1944 and 1945?

Toward Germany. East of Russia.


Which of the following best describes Germany's overall military strategy at the beginning of World War 1?

Answer this question… It planned to rapidly conquer France, then send its troops east toward Russia.


Why do you think the US and the soviet union had different attitudes toward Germany after world war ll?

They both had different attitudes, because US mostly fought in the Pacific. Not much of the war was on Germany, but Russia faced Germany, because it was on the European front.


Which statement best describes Germany's overall military strategy at the beginning of World War 1?

Answer this question… It planned to rapidly conquer France, then send its troops east toward Russia.


Did Germany know the Allies were coming on D-Day?

Well... here's what happened. Outside the coast of Normady was an Island that had some Nazi defenses. But the main defence base was the mainland. But the allies were acting like they were going to land on the island. So Germany brought some of the defenses to the island. The following night the allies dropped paratroopers on the mainland. The same night a scout ship saw the allies heading toward: Utah, Omaha, Juno and Sword. So he telographed the mainland and they prepared for the invasion.

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