The United States agreed not to fortify Pacific bases west of Hawaii
the British agreed not to strengthen bases north of Australia or east of Singapore.
the territorial integrity of China was "guaranteed" against encroachments by foreign powers.
All of the above are correct because the Japanese felt they were being made a third-rate naval power by the ratio provisions of the treaty
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
General Dwight Eisenhower
Admiral Kent Hewitt
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
French North Africa.
The United States, England, and Russia
Germany, Japan, and Italy
The German Afrika Korps only
The Vichy French only
the French underground
The Axis powers
French Morocco and Algeria
Invasion of Sicily
Invasion of Casablanca
Battle of the Bulge
Battle of Stalingrad
Churchill and Roosevelt
Eisenhower and Roosevelt
Churchill, Mussolini, and Eisenhower
Roosevelt and Hitler
It was the first major attempt to take home territory of an Axis nation
It was the last German offensive in the European-North African theater
It allowed the Allies to occupy Rome and break the German stranglehold on the Italian peninsula.
It was the first Allied offensive operation in the European-North African theater
Capture Cherbourg so supplies could be handled quickly
Regain territories lost in the Soviet winter campaign
Hold off the Axis until Allied reinforcements arrived
Detain the German Afrika Korps
Complete Allied control of the air.
The introduction of radio-controlled glide bombs which caused severe damage to the Germans.
The surrender of the Italians at Malta
Secure overland railroads
Capturing the Italian fleet at Malta
Transporting troops across the Rhine River in West Germany
Transporting men and supplies to the beaches at Normandy
Search and destroy team
Kamikaze commandos group
Hunt to kill tactic
Circle and destroy procedure
"bear hug" operation
Kamikazi striking force
High-frequency direction finding equipment