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Victory in Eroupe and the Pacific words

D-Day The day America freed France from German control
Battle of Bulge A counter attack by German soldiers in an attempt to damage the American and British troops
Harry S. Truman Became president after FDR died during the wartime
Island Hopping A tactic used by US soldiers that had them hopping to key islands in the attack on Japan
Kamikaze Japanese pilots who ran their planes into other planes. In Japanese it meant divine or spirit wind
Albert Einstien The worlds most famous scientist, developer of the first atomic bomb
Manhattan Project The worlds most famous scientist, developer of the first atomic bomb
J. Robert Oppenhiemer The leader of the scientific aspect within the Manhatten project
Created by: stich101