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Published by: Mari B Jimenez on May 09, 2012
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 Periodical meetings between the Allied leaders. .

.  Demands from Stalin to Roosevelt and Churchill. Distrust between the leaders.

 Wartime policy towards Japaneses and Germans.  Reparations after war. .Total War  Commitment from Allies to Total War.  Actions taken by democratic governments during Total War.

Women Help Win the War  Millions of women replaced men’s essential jobs.  Women fought in the resistance. .  British and American women served in the armed forces in many auxiliary roles.

 Marie Fourcade  Lily Litvak .

 Soviet Union suffers a major turning point during the war.  1941 German Army stalled outside Moscow and Leningrad  1942 Hitler launched a new offensive. .

.  The battle when the Germans surrounded the city.  Trapped without food or ammunition Germans surrendered.Stalingrad  The Battle of Stalingrad was one of the most expensive battles of the war.

Counterattack  After the Battle of Stalingrad. the Red Army took the offensive and drove the invaders out of the Soviet Union entirely. .

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