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Turning Points of World War II

Summary: Provides a history of the year 1942, during World War II. Describes how the tide turned against the Germans and toward the Allies.
The turning point in World War II happened in 1942 as a result of key Allied victories, but more importantly of German attrition. There were a few decisive battles but it was the entry of the USA that boosted Allied supplies while the German provisions ran down.

World War II has been going on for the past three years now and the Americans have just entered the war. There were three key victories for the Allies in this year. The first was the battle in North Africa for El Alamein. This was an important fight because the victor would have access to the Suez Canal and the oil in the Middle East. Oil was used for everything so everyone fought over it. This fight took place from October 23 to November 3, 1942 originally between the British and the Italian troops. The Italians were losing and lost Tobruk...

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