Germany in WW2
Explain how the allies did so badly at first but eventually successful key-dates?
Asked in Germany
What nation that had signed a noneggression pact with Germany eventually joined the allies?
Asked in Adolf Hitler
How did Hitler respond to the successful invasion of France by the Allies?
Asked in Cold War, Decade - 1940s, Joseph Stalin
What is the reason that the USSR lifted the blockade of Berlin after the Berlin airlift?
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Allied Powers, US in WW2
What Ocean Did The allies have control over during World War 2?
Asked in D-Day, France in WW2, WW2 Allied Powers
What made the allies successful on D-day?
Asked in World War 2, D-Day, WW2 Allied Powers
Were the Allies from operation Overlord successful?
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.
Asked in World War 1
How did us entry into world war 1 allowed allies to win?
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
Asked in Battle of Britain
What lesson did the allies learn from the battle of Britain?
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces, Central Powers
What is the allies and the central powers?
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.