posted by annaiiz on .
during world war 2, the allied invasion of france and d-day (june 6,1944) was significant because it
1 demostrated the power of the atomic bomb
2 led to the immediate surrender of german and italian forces
3 resulted successful german revolt against hitler and the nazi party
4 forced germans to fight a two front war
And your answer is?
We'll be glad to comment on your answer.
i put 3 resulted successful german revolt against hitler and the nazi party. i have a feeling that is wrong
You're feeling is wrong -- even though we can wish it were right.
We can rule out the atomic bomb because we dropped them on Japan.
We can rule out # 2 because the war in Europe wasn't over until the following May.
so the answer is number 4..that was my first gut. but i thought it wasn't. but why would it be that answer.
A two-front war is one that is fought in two different places. Germany was already fighting the Soviet Union in the east. When the allies invaded France, Germany was forced to also fight on the Western Front. That divided men and supplies and stretched the German military forces too thin to adequately defend both fronts.
sorry for all these questions its that im doing test corrections and i got 72 on my test and im not satisfied with it.
one way in which sun yat-sen and kemal ataurk were similar is that each
1 led a nationalist movment in his country
2 support marxist political principles
3 rejected violence as a way to gain political power
4 promoted a soicety ruled by religious leaders.
i put 4 because i remebered that kemal helped gandi or something like that