Both were shocked. The Allies that Germany had the capacity and reserves to make such an attack and the Germans at how badly it turned out.
Battle of the Bulge--- about 81,000 casulties but on American soil, Gettysburg---51,000 casulties on both sides.
how many troops were involoved in both sides of the battle of Atlantic
The Battle of the Bulge
My Jack Russel Terrior has a bulge on both sides, about midway down his penis. There is some greenish-colored, thick fluid coming out of the tip. Do I need to be concerned?
here are 2 key relationships between the 2 battles. Firstly both battles were a crushing defeat for the Nazis. Secondly, both were final major offence on their respective fronts i.e. Battle of Bulge - Western Front and Battle of Stalingrad - Eastern Front.
I believe it was the American civil war as both sides were American it was a question on QI a UK TV show. sorry miss read its the battle of the bulge 19.275 killed 23.554 m.i.action or taken prisoner
The Battle of the Bulge was not among a series of steps to the ultimate downfall of the Third Reich. The loss of the 6th Army at Stalingrad was the arguable first signal. The Battle of Bulge was a last stand of sort on the Western Front for a German Army starved of supply and most importantly oil. The Battle of the Bulge was a German counter attack. It was their last hope in the West to stop the advance of American and British forces. The breaking of the German stand allowed for the Allied armies to enter the German motherland from the West, ultimately surrounded them on both sides (with the Soviets closing to the east).
Guinea pigs develop a very distinct bulge on both sides when they are pregnant. This bulge becomes more pronounced, the further along the pregnancy progresses.
None. It was a naval battle.
See website: Battle of Midway
Battle of Jutland, aka "The Battle of Lost Opportunities"; as both sides claimed a victory, and both sides avoided decisive action with their BATTLESHIPS.
The Battle of the Bulge was an offensive struck by the Germans against the Allied Forces. It resulted in hundreds of thousands of deaths on both sides and the Germans had to retreat back to the Seigfried Line. They exhausted their supplies, troops, and decimated their air force by commencing with this offensive. Basically, it came down to "nobody achieved much of anything, except wiping out a lot of people and German armament." It was THE BLOODIEST BATTLE OF ALL BATTLES IN WORLD WAR 2.
After the Battle of Bull Run it became apparent to both sides that this was not going to be a short, easy war but rather a long, gruelling, painstaking war.
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The Confederacy and the Union. Some slaves fought on both sides.
No, it was accidental. It began as a Battle of Encounter, both sides catching the other off guard.
7,500 killed from both sides. Out of 160,000 men engaged in battle.
Extreme casualties on both sides ( German and Allies). The German were eventually driven back and pretty much just gave up. It left the Allies to press on towards Germany. The Germans retreated further back with defeat imminent.
About 50,000 on both sides.
they couldn't win
If she is full of eggs a female goldfish looks as if she has a bulge along both sides leading down towards the vent.