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What countries were bombed in World War 2?


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2014-09-02 02:37:34
2014-09-02 02:37:34

World War 2 saw bombing in all the countries of Europe, except perhaps Switzerland, and across western Asia (Russia). Bombs fell all across the Pacific from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (the U.S.) to China, Korea and Australia. Lots of islands in between (and the countries they belong to) saw falling ordinance. Bombs fell across all the countries in northern Africa and some in the Middle East, too.
Poland, Britain, France, Germany, Soviet Union, Japan, U.S.


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