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American soldier (World War II)

American soldier (World War II)

American soldiers fought in almost all major theaters of World War II.

History

Keywords

American soldier, world war, Allies, soldier, infantryman, weapon, military, American, uniform, history

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Questions

  • When did WWII take place?
  • When did the USA enter WWII?
  • What was the direct reason for the USA entering WWII?
  • Which country was the first to attack the USA in WWII?
  • Which country spent the longest time at war with the US in WWII?
  • Which military bloc was the USA a member of in WWII?
  • Which country was NOT one of the allies of the USA in WWII?
  • Who was the president of the USA during most of WWII?
  • Which country was one of the allies of the USA in WWII?
  • Where did American soldiers NOT fight in large numbers?
  • In which battle did American soldiers NOT fight in large numbers?
  • Who of the following people was NOT American?
  • Who was an American general?
  • Which weapon was NOT used by American soldiers in WWII?
  • Which abbreviation could be seen on the uniform of American soldiers?
  • Is it true that the strength of the American economy had an important role in the victory of the Allies?
  • Is it true that there was no military confrontation on the USA-controlled territories in WWII?
  • Which submachine gun was made in the USA?
  • In which military operation were American soldiers involved?
  • In which military operation did American soldiers NOT take part?
  • How many American soldiers died in WWII?
  • Where did American soldiers NOT fight in large numbers in WWII?
  • What rank do I have?

Scenes

American soldier

In combat

Armament

  • Thompson M1 submachine gun
  • Browning Hi-Power pistol
  • Mk 2 grenade

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