D-Day was successful because on the first day alone the Allies landed over 170,000 soldiers with almost 10,000 vehicles.
what nation that had signed a nonaggression pack with Germany eventually joined the allies
They, like their allies, the Germans, were successful until about 1943. They both were clearly losing the war by then.
It was a war in Ancient Greece between Sparta, its allies and Athens with its allies. With the Spartans winning eventually in the end.
Axis verses Allies.
he ordered a counter attack in belgium
The allies were successful in the Battle of Britain.
The Airlift showed that the blockade wouldn't work. The Soviets eventually agreed to negotiate with the western Allies. The negotiations were successful and the Soviets agreed to end the blockade a few days later.
The soviet Union
Germany was hated after WWI. By and large they had no allies. This, by the way, was in large part what led eventually to WWII. There is a lesson here.
The Allies eventually gained control of all the oceans. That was a big part of winning WW2.
because the Germans thought the Allies were landing somewhere else
The Allies defeated Axis forces in North Africa, which set up the successful Allied invasion of Italy.
Operation Overlord was the operational name given to the Allied assault on Normandy in World War 2. The assault began with the famous "D-Day" Normandy landing and eventually culminated in the German retreat on August 30, 1994. It was the success of Overlord that allowed Allied forces to eventually liberate western Europe from German occupation.
The allies became successful on D-day beacuse, they fought down the German barrier's, and captured all of the 5 beaches .. Eg ( Gold, Juno, Sword, Omaha and Utah ) .. This made The Germans fall back, and retreat.
both the allies and axis forces were tired and had low morale. When the us entered the war, they had brought new supplies to the allies forces in Europe and boosted morale. The us troops were not tired and weary. They had high morale and boosted the allies fighting strength. This led to many victories for the allies and eventually the allies won the war
Both powers were a combined alliance of nations, the allies were; Great Britain, France, Spain, Belgium,(eventually the US would join the war but in 1918). The Central Power were; Germany(Remember, just Germany not "Nazi" Germany because the Nazi's were WW2), Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria( Italy would eventually switch over to the allies.
They learned that air superiority is essential before a land invasion can be successful.
The Allies had so many soldiers we were willing to spare. They knew they would suffer many casualties, but they had so many men, it didn't matter.
On September 27, 1940 Germany and Italy become allies along with Japan when they signed the Tripartite Pact. These powers eventually became known as the Axis Alliance.
Russia ; it was known as the "Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact" .
The Allies won the Battle of the Bulge. They were successful in defeating the German attempt to punch a hole in the Allied lines. It was the last time that the Germans were able to launch an offensive drive.