One point that comes to my mind is the strength of the US was realized. In the 1860's we were fighting among ourselves. By 1960 the world realized how strong we were when pushed and some of the resources we had available including the strength of character of the American people. We no longer were a country absorbed with itself - we became a world power able to help those around us.
-Battle of the Bulge -Battle of Stalingrad
The Battle of El Alamein
when jack mcgrath got anal from lauren and then sceamed
It wasn't a major turning point. The turning points in World War II were the battle of Stalingrad and the battle of Midway. Stalingrad was the turning point for the war in Europe. Midway was the turning point for the Pacific Theater. (Japan)
It is seen as a major event, not as a turning-point.
Russia won the battle over Germany and was a huge blow to Germany. This also was a major turning point during WW2.
The major turning point in the War in the Pacific was the Battle of Midway.
Battle of Midway where US Navy ambushed Japanese and sank 4 aircraft carriers
When Hitler overtook the world for 69 days
Hitler attacking russia
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During World War II, the major turning points for the Allies against the Axis Powers occurred in 1942 and 1943. In 1942, the titanic battle at Stalingrad (lasting from August of 1942 to February of 1943) inside the Soviet Union proved to be one major turning-point -- on land. At sea, the Allied victory over the German submarine campaign in mid-1943 was yet another major turning-point.
When the French agreed to assist the colonists.
The major turning points of world war two were The German invasion of Russia,The attack on Pearl Harbor, the Japanese fleet destruction at Midway and the destruction of Stalingrad.
The Battle of Saratoga was major turning point during the American Revolution because it showed to the world that the Continental Army could defeat the powerful British Army. Also, after the battle, the French finally agreed to join the battle and help the colonies.
It was the only turning point for the war in the EuropeanTheater It was a turning point inEuropebecause, it was first major German defeat since Operation Barbarossa and the entire German 6th Army was killed or captured during the battle. It was a major loss forGermany(800,000 Loss in total).
There could be considered several major turning points in histories' timeline including World War I and II.
ww2 , ww1, neolithic revolution ,and industrial revolution....... these turning points changed history drastically
Stalingrad and Overlord
The Battle of Saratoga When the French agreed to assist the colonists
Mistaken question - It WAS a turning point in WW2. Tt was the first major defeat for the Luftwaffe.
One of the major turning points in the First World War include Russia dropping out of the war due to the signing of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. The other is when Germany no long had to fight a two front war.
Normandy, on the North coast of France.