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What helped the allies breakthrough in world war 1?

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2011-03-08 21:18:31
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The involvement of America, also Germany made a big push that gained them 40 miles, but they left their supply trains behind and so it failed. The fact that tanks and airplanes helped as well, look up battle of the Somme for more info. Hope this helped :)

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