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How did the Pacific Theater have lasting effects on nations following World War II?

a. The backlash of America’s attempt to rebuild Japan led to the expansion of Soviet influence in the Pacific.
b. The British reclaiming control of their territory in Vietnam would become a central concern for US containment policy during the Cold War.
c. The conclusion of the Pacific Theater began the nuclear age and extended the US sphere of influence.
d. The conquest of Japan by both Soviets and Americans would become a major conflict during the Cold War.
is the answer B?

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  2. Is the answer D?

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  3. the fake sue is more helpful then you ms.sue!

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  4. so is the answer then

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  5. The answer is: C - The conclusion of the Pacific Theater began the nuclear age and extended the US sphere of influence.

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  6. its correct 1000000% sure i got it right as well

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  7. yuh its c no cap

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