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Preparations for the Second World. . .

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Preparations for the Second World. . .

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    Preparations for the Second World War witnessed a massive increase in the funding of science for military use, such as the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology critical to their success in the event of a war.

    (A) such as the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology critical

    (B) for the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and for new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology critical

    (C) like the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology to be critical

    (D) such as the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology as critical

    (E) such as the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project, advanced radar technology and new initiatives in rocket propulsion, for, war-prone countries considered advances in technology were critical

    The OA is A.

    I couldn't decide between A or D. Can someone help to discard the option D?

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