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Which battle changed the outcome of World War 2?

Asked by H. Jones, Last updated: Feb 01, 2020

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K. Galatia

K. Galatia

Answered Jan 02, 2020

There were a lot of battles that have occurred during World War II, but the battle that probably changed the direction of the World War is the Battle of Stalingrad. After this battle wherein the Germans war, they know that they do not have anywhere to go aside from backward, which means that they have to back off against the stronger enemies.

The Battle of Stalingrad lasted for about three months, but most people see this as the turning point of the war. It became evident after that what may possibly occur after the war. The Soviet Union and Britain were sent different military goods in order to help them in their battle.

 

L. Agate

L. Agate

Answered Dec 20, 2019

The Battle of Stalingrad! The Battle of Stalingrad is the battle that changed the outcome of World War 2. The Battle of Stalingrad was fought between August 1942 and February 1943. The battle was the largest confrontation during the Second World War. Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad, which is in Southern Russia.

This battle marked the turning point of the Second World War because the allies forced the Germans to exhaust most of their military resources in an attempt to win the battle. It was the first major battle loss for Germany during World War II. Due to this loss, Germany did not advance any farther into the Eastern part of Europe or the Soviet Union.

 

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