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What battle slowed the Allied advance toward Germany but failed to stop them?

A.
Battle of Okinawa

B.
Battle of Czechoslovakia

C.
Battle of Midway

D.
Battle of the Bulge

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  1. Two of those battles are out because they were in the Pacific, not Europe.

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

  2. D?

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  3. It is D. Anyways they failed. BOO...!! Germany Sorry if anyone using this site is German and I'm offending you. But Germany failed that's why. (; Hope dis helpzz...

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  4. First of all, yes D is correct, second, you shouldn't be apologizing, even if they're German. Your just saying what happened, stating facts. This stuff actually happened, and Germany did lose. Germans shouldn't take it offensively, it's their history just as much as it is ours.

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