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    World War II Battles

    Below is a list of WW II battles/conflicts. Specify for each whether the Axis powers of the Allied powers gained an advantage over their enemies. Provide a brief (two to three sentences) explanation for each to support your choice. You are not just identifying who won the battle but who gained a new advantage and what it was.

    Battle of Britain
    War in the Balkans
    Pearl Harbor
    Battle of the Coral Sea
    Battle of the Midway

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    Below is a list of WW II battles/conflicts. Specify for each whether the Axis powers of the Allied powers gained an advantage over their enemies. Provide a brief (two to three sentences) explanation for each to support your choice. You are not just identifying who won the battle but who gained a new advantage and what it was.

    Battle of Britain

    The Battle of Britain was Hitler's attempt to destroy the Royal Air Force and allow for an invasion of England. The failure of the Luftwaffe to defeat or cripple the RAF gave the advantage to the Allies because England could still be used as a staging ground for attacks into Germany as well ...

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    This is an overview of a series of battles in the European and Pacific theaters of war and the outcome as well as advantage to each side.

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