What was the significance of the Second Battle of the Marne?

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The Second Battle of the Marne took place between July 15, 1918 and August 4, 1918. The significance of this battle is the fact that it was a turning point in the war, and a successful Allied victory. This victory started the Allied advance. Today, many people refer to the Second Battle of the Marne as the start of the end of the Great War. It will remain an important part in history for many years to come.
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