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Turning Points of World War II During World War II one of the threats of America Britain and Russia were the Germans because of the power that they had and they had gotten Japan on their side Although the Germans were very powerful so was the US but they couldnt do it alone they would need Britain to help to crush Germany As Hitler started to rise Roosevelt and Churchill had met each other to discuss about what they were going to do and whether an invasion of Germany would be the right thing to do They both knew that it wouldnt be easy considering the history between America and Britain but somehow they were able to work together to get the job done Germany though had some problems between themselves by which I mean there started to be a controversy in there mists some even questioned Hitlers tactics but since he was supreme he was never wrong America and Britain got together and devised the plan Overlord that would depend on how the weather would be First they would have to take out bridges and towns that were close to where they planned on landing and they would have to trick the Germans into thinking that they were going to invade somewhere else besides the beach America had set a date for when the invasion would take place because weather was the big issue in this whole thing Germany knew that there would be an invasion on them but they didnt know when and where so Hitler had his top general to build up his defenses at the probable locations that America would land and invade him at However no matter how many mines they put and barbed wire fences they put up or whatever else you could think of it was never enough he just wasnt satisfied until the whole beach was
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