Is that battle of kursk important?
Um maybe,but it was one of the biggest battles of World War II.Here are the 5 biggest battles of World War II.
1.)Battle of Kursk
5.)Battle of Berlin Kursk, in July of 1943, was the last occaision that the Germans had any real success on the Eastern front in WW2. & their success in this battle was illusory, but the war will not end for another 2 years, nearly. A very long way from Kursk to Berlin, especially given the territory that the Soviets will 'Liberate' on the way there. The advances made by the Russians are strategically similar to those employed by Marshal Joffre of France in the latter stages of WW1.
Kursk, battle of (1943), the greatest tank battle in history, but also an important air battle, which took place on the eastern front in WW II between 5 and 23 July 1943. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.
The Battle for Kursk began as a German attempt to eliminate the Kursk salient in the hopes of achieving a victory where there would be large numbers of Russian prisoners taken like in the early day of Operation Barbarossa where the Russians were ill prepared for countering Blitzkrieg tactics ~ see related link below .
The german army was first lost at the battle of moscow. The next German army lost at the battle of Stalingrad. When Germas started reatreting they lost the batlle of kursk. But the battle took place in the small village of Prohorovka, near Kursk. Over 3000 taks were at the battle of Kursk. Then when the Germas were retreating the last main battle was battle of berlin or near the river Oder thats where the…
Germans wanted to circle the town of Kursk with a pincer move, while the Russians waited for them to march right into trap which involved letting the Germans deeper but also circling them and destroying their forces. The russians had also way bigger force which resulted in the inability of germans to win the battle