Chapter 18 America in World War II. Section 1 Early Difficulties. Strengths and Weaknesses. By the time the U.S. entered the war the Axis powers already had a strong control over the areas they had invaded.
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Chapter 18America in World War II
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On board the USS Yorktown after she was hit by dive bombers in the Battle of Midway
The Blue represents the Axis Powers The Red represents the Allied Powers
This map shows the Axis powers trying to advance eastward through Egypt. The Allied powers set up a blockade just west of El Alamein and forced them to retreat back westward to Lybia
The Desert Fox