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- When and where was the U.S. Naval Academy founded?
Annapolis, Maryland, in 1845
- When and where was the U.S. Military Academy founded?
West Point, in 1802.
- Which cities in Japan were hit with the atomic bomb in World War II?
Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945.
- Japan attempted to conquer China prior to World War II, and instituted the policy of "Senko-seisaku". What was it?
Total retaliation for any resistance.
- In World War I, Germany's "Red Baron", Manfred von Richtofen downed how many enemy aircraft?
He downed 80 enemy aircraft.
- What does the "D" in D-Day stand for?
The "D" in D-Day is merely meant to designate the "day" of the invasion. It is used in combat operations where the day needs to be secret (as in the most famous D-Day, the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944) or when the day has not yet been determined.
- In which war was the Victoria Cross instituted?
- What was the name of the place where the British worked at breaking German codes, during World War II?
- What was the name of the place where the Americans worked at breaking German codes, during World War II?
- What was the largest concentration camp during World War II?
Auschwitz-Birkenau, which was built in 1940.
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