During the early years of World War Two (1939-42) three highly militaristic regimes-- Germany, Japan, and Italy-- achieved remarkable successes yet...
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During the early years of World War Two (1939—42) three highly militaristic regimes——
Germany, Japan, and Italy-- achieved remarkable successes yet all three ended up
suffering catastrophic defeats, despite having overrun almost all of Central and Western
Europe (Germany and Italy) and most of the Western Pacific (Japan). Why did they lose?
Put another way, what major factors led to the allies’—— Britain, the U.S., and the
U.S.S.R.-— victory?

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