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What were the Ally strategies during World War 2?

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During World War II, the Allied strategies were generally quite simple. First and foremost, Germany was to be defeated. Then, and only then, would a full effort be directed against Imperial Japan. To some extent, this general strategy was in fact followed by the Allies consistently during the conflict.

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