The German surface fleet was no longer a significant force by then. Most of their heavy ships had been sunk and the remainder were confined to ports on Germany's North Sea coast. Allied air supremacy and sea power made it impossible for Germay's few remining ships to sally forth. Allied air power also denied Germany use of the French ports. Thus, even if their ships had wanted to leave port, they were much too far away to do anything about it.
Basically Germany didnt surrender to the allied forces. On the 7th may 1945 the German forces unconditionally surrendered to the allied forces. De jure there was/is no peace treaty.
they knew that what they had done to the Jews was not morally acceptable.
cause he was french
because he didnt have a boat
he conquered it, didnt ask anyone
he didnt go to Normandy William came to England and Harold was on his way back from fighting the Vikings at Stamford bridge and then William beat Harold at hastings
They didnt surrender
The Americans, as a valuable member of the Allied forces, had to first cross the English Channel on D-Day, and fight their way across Europe to the very heart of Germany. If they could have done, the Allies would have gladly stepped in sooner, but the German forces were in the way.
1066 but he didnt win.
he didnt Harold godwinson did. x hope this helps :)
I will assume you are referring to the treatment of POWs. ?About 80 percent of the German land forces was made up of Army soldiers (Heer) and generally the Geneva convention was enforced by the Heer, especially against the western allies. The Heer had large amounts of German military personnel that were in POW camps and wanted their soldiers treated decently, also. So generally Western Allied soldiers caught could expect to be treated descently. The SS Combat Forces, separate branch from the concentration camp SS, drew their combat experience from the eastern front, where surrendering to the Russians, just wasnt a option. As a result, Allies didnt take alot of SS prisoners and vice versa, but the SS Combat forces were a small part of the Wehrmacht (German Military Forces). From what I have read the average allied soldier didn't know much of the concetration camps until he came across them during the advance thru Europe. I suspect that the Allied Senior Commanders knew of the camps, but could do little until they owned the captured the camps.