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Q: In the Battle of Stalingrad what was contributed to the soviet union?
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What country was the Battle of Stalingrad fought in?

The Battle of Stalingrad was fought at Stalingrad, Soviet Union (Today it's known as Russia or Russian Federation.


Did the Soviet Union defeat Germany in the Battle of Stalingrad?

Russia defeated the German Army at the Battle of Stalingrad (February 2, 1943) .


What did Hitler do when America took Stalingrad?

The Americans took Stalingrad? The Americans were never anywhere near Stalingrad and the Battle of Stalingrad was won by the Soviet Union.


Who was the countries that won at the Battle of Stalingrad?

Only the Soviet Union won.


When were Germany forces turned back for the first time?

At the battle of Stalingrad (1942). Germany invaded the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union defeatedGermany at Stalingrad marking the turning point of the war in Eastern Europe.


What countries were mainly involved with the Battle of Stalingrad?

The main countries involved with the Battle of Stalingrad are@ The USSR aka Soviet Union and Nazi Germany.


How many men were lost by the soviet union in the Battle of Stalingrad?

1.268 Million Soviets were killed during the Battle of Stalingrad. This does include civilian Casualties.


What allowed the Soviet Union to win the Battle of Stalingrad?

Main thing was the weather/climate and their knowledge about the battle before the battle.


How did the Battle of Stalingrad change the course of the war?

The Germans were forced to retreat from the Soviet Union


What leaders were involved in the Battle of Stalingrad?

There were 2 key leaders involved with the Battle of Stalingrad. They were Adolf Hitler (Nazi Germany) and Joseph Stalin (Soviet Union aka USSR).


In February of 1943 were defeated in the Battle of Stalingrad.?

The Battle of Stalingrad, occurred from August 1942 until February 1943 in the city of modern day Volgograd, Russia. The battle occurred between German forces of the Wehrmacht and Soviet Union forces. The battle was the first significant defeat of German forces in the Soviet Union since their invasion in June 1941.


What year did the soviet union defeat German army at Stalingrad?

The battle ended on 2 February 1943


What was they key turning point of Germany's invasion of the soviet union?

The Battle of Stalingrad was a disaster for the German Armies


In February of 1943 were defeated in the Battle of Stalingrad?

The Battle of Stalingrad, occurred from August 1942 until February 1943 in the city of modern day Volgograd, Russia. The battle occurred between German forces of the Wehrmacht and Soviet Union forces. The battle was the first significant defeat of German forces in the Soviet Union since their invasion in June 1941.


What was the name of the bloody battle that takes place in the soviet union?

There many such battles but the most prominent and significant would have been the 'Battle of Stalingrad' .


What was the effect of the Battle of Stalingrad on Germany's invasion of the soviet union?

The Germans lost the battle for Stalingrad and marked the end of any German hopes for defeating a now resurgent Russia which went on to the defeat the Germans .


How did the Soviet Union kill the 6th army in the Battle of Stalingrad?

All the german soldiers were killed like rats


What was the German invasion of the Soviet Union stopped with?

The terrible winter weather


Was Stalingrad a part of the soviet Union?

Yes. Stalingrad was a City.


What was the US role in the Battle of Stalingrad?

The US had nothing to do with the Battle of Stalingrad. Battle of Stalingrad took place on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union which the US had never been involved with during World War 2. The US was only involved with the War in the Pacific Theater and later on the Western Front.


What major victories did the soviet union have in World War 2?

See - Battle of Moscow Battle of Stalingrad Battle of Kursk Operation Bagration Seige of Leningrad Battle for Berlin


Which two battles were the turning points in the German invasion of the Soviet Union and what happened after these defeats?

Battle of Stalingrad and Battle of Kursk. After these defeats, the Soviets repelled the Germany's invasion.


Is it true that the Battle of Stalingrad was the turning point of the fighting between Germany and the soviet union?

Yes, if Russia would had lost the battle Russia would have fallen to Germany.


Where was Hitler's last stand in the Soviet Union?

Stalingrad.


Where was the German invasion stopped by the soviet union?

In Stalingrad.