The Importance Of The Battle Of Stalingrad

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Many people think that the battle was the turning point of World War II. The Battle of Stalingrad was the deadliest battle is World War II. Many people were injured and also there was a lot of chaos. The Battle of Stalingrad was a strategic battle in the southwestern Soviet Union. The Germans started World War II but they just lost all the battles in this war. There are many aspects as to why the Germans wanted war against the city of Stalingrad but the Germans suffered a heavy loss.

The Second World War lasted from 1939 to 1945. It was mainly the Allies VS the Axis (Figure 1). The war involved more than thirty countries. Fifty million people died and millions were injured. When the Germans lost World War I they lost many lands and so the Germans wanted to seize some lands and so they invaded many countries including Poland, Austria and much more. That’s when the war began. When the Germans invaded Poland, France and Britain declared war on Germany because of their pact with Poland. In some way, all the countries were involved in this war. World War II started in Europe but, spread throughout the world. This war went on for six whole years. There were many deaths in this war and many people had to say goodbye to their beloved ones.

The battle was very fierce with a lot of shooting and bombardment. Stalingrad is located
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The entire world had mixed feelings about this battle. Some were happy while the others were sad. This battle proved to be the most strategic battle. The Soviet Union’s were very victorious. The Germans suffered greatly as they could not gain back the lost soldiers. The Germans were never victorious and so the Axis lost leaving the Allies in victory in 1945. This was the longest and the most important battle in World War II. There were many people who died in this deadly battle. Many soldiers who were fighting for their countries had to, unfortunately,
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