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22 October, 12:23

He Allies agreed on a "Europe First" strategy because only Germany had the ability to bomb Britain, fight U. S. and British navies, and

A. defeat Italy and Japan

B. seriously threaten to defeat the Soviet Union

C. send waves of bombers to attack its enemies

D. convince Japan to surrender

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  1. 22 October, 13:00
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    Answer;

    B. seriously threaten to defeat the Soviet Union

    Explanation;

    The Allied powers in the second world war; -1939 - included, U. S, Great Britain, Soviet Union, and France.

    The " Europe first strategy" was used by the allied axis to stop Hitler first; Europe was considered a long-term threat; None of the Allies felt Japan or Italy posed a serious long-term threat. Because only Germany had the resources to bomb Britain, fight U. S. and British navies on the Atlantic, and invade the Soviet Union across a 1,200 mile front. Therefore, despite their ultimate goal being to fight and win a two front war, the Allies agreed to pursue a "Europe first" strategy. Until Hitler was defeated, the Pacific would be a secondary theater of war.
  2. 22 October, 13:31
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    The Allies agreed on a "Europe First" strategy because only Germany had the ability to bomb Britain, fight U. S. and British navies, and " B. seriously threaten to defeat the Soviet Union" since Nazi Germany had already launched a semi-successful invasion of Russia.
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