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S.S. Ch. 8 S. 3

Vocabulary Section 3

D-Day Allied invasion of France on June 6, 1944
General Erwin Rommel German commander in North Africa
Stalingrad Soviet city where the German army was forced to surrender after a battle that lasted for months
Battle of the Bulge final German assault in December 1944 in Ardennes region of Belgium & Lexembourg
Yalta Conference conference where Allies planned the past-war world
Holocaust Nazi German crime of killing more than 11 millions Jews & other persecuted peoples in concentration camps
Anti-Semitism prejudice against Jews
General Dwight D. Eisenhower Supreme Allied commander in Europe, led attack on D-Day
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