Causes And Effects Of The Italian Campaign

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The key aspect discussed in this essay is the cause and affect the Italian Campaign had on World War II. The Italian Campaign was one of the bloodiest campaigns of the second world war, and one of the most necessary. The campaign gave much needed flexibility to the Allied powers and many additional benefits and advantages in facing the Axis powers. Furthermore, the campaign lasted from July 10th, 1943 until May 2nd 1945. Although the Italian Campaign lasted a significant amount of time, it is not remembered as well as the other campaigns and battles from the second world war that occurred on the eastern European front and on the islands of the Pacific, but it’s of equal, if not superlative importance.

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Effects of the Italian Campaign
The world at war, a phrase uttered only two times in the entire history of mankind. A phrase that symbolizes that the world’s powers are on the brink of collapse and that the future of mankind is at risk of complete destruction. This was never more the case than during the second world war when the Allied powers, the United States, Great Britain, France, along with several other cobelligerents, took on the Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and the Empire of Japan. The Axis powers were led by the German war machine, better known as the Nazi Empire. It complete desperation the Allied powers took all of their combined power in the Mediterranean Sea, and collectively decide to

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