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Mithmee22 May 2020 12:59 p.m. PST

This lead to the end of the War.

It showed the Germans that they did not have the ability to stop the Allies against them.

They were losing in the Middle East, and if the Allies pushed on the Southern Front at the same time as the Western Front they would not have the man power to stop more offensives.

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