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Answer this question… The war created opportunities for women to challenge gender norms.

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Women in both countries began to work factory jobs and in other areas that had been previously reserved for men.

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Following World War 2 held almost 95 percent of African territory?

Great Britain and France

Which of the following countries was NOT created in the peace agreement after World War 1?

Germany (apex)great britain

For tactical purpose why did German forces need to invade Britain?

because as long as Britain was an allied held country, it provided a base of operations close to mainland Europe. If the Axis held Britain, then any counter attack on Europe would have to be staged from the nearest Allied held land, which would have been North America. The logistics to mount and sustain over that distance would have been virtually impossible.No, accurately, when Britain was attacked at first, they weren't an ally. The Germans did it to lower Britain's moral and economy.

Explain the following quote from Winston chruchill the u-boat peril was the greatest threat to Britain in World War 2?

Britain relied very heavily supplies arriving by sea. Even when organized an protected in convoys, German U-Boats threatened to completely deny any supplies such as food, ammunition, clothing, fuel, and metals to Britain.

How was Australia's relationship with Britain during World War 1?

There were many reasons why the Australian government committed itself to be involved in the Britain war in 1914. Britain was the mother country and Australia felt the need to assist them due to this asset. Britain had most of the power even though Australia federated in 1901. We were also still following the British Monarch and didn't want to disappoint our leaders. our trade relied heavily on the British. They provided us with produce that we couldn't 'create' ourselves and were a source for our things to go to. Without Britain's assistance, the Australian citizens wouldn't have been as well off.

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Which statement accurately describes the expectations of France and Britain at the Paris Peace Conference?

France and Great Britain expected to use the treaties at the end of the war to expand their empires and wealth

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Apex~ Most men regardless of their economic class won the right to vote.

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Most accurately describes the relationship among the Allies during the Second World War?

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