Battle of Stalingard

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Battle of Stalingard

The Battle of Stalingrad is considered by many historians to have been the turning point in World War Two in Europe. The battle at Stalingrad took place in the Western Soviet Union. It bled the German army dry in Russia and after this defeat, the Germany Army was in full retreat. One of the ironies of the war, is that the German Sixth Army need not have got entangled in Stanlingrad. Army Groups A and B were well on their way to the Caucasus in south-west Russia, when Hitler ordered an attack on Stalingrad.


July 17,1942 - February 2,1943

Battle of Stalingrad was known as important for the folllowing reasons:It marked the end of Germany's advances into Eastern Europe and Russia.The battle was the first major loss during WWII after the loss, Germans did not advance.

Lasting Impact

The battle was considered a turning point becuase it broke the back of the Wehrmacht.


The Battle of Stalingrad




After the loss Hitler regained his army from pulling some of the military's finest and personal day-to-day training.


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