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What was the role of British men in World War 2?

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2014-09-18 00:17:47
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Before the entrance of USA in WW II, Britain was the biggest contributor to the overall war effort. British forces fought in almost all the war theaters. Their participation was specially very important in European theater, North Africa, South East Asia and Pacific theater.

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