Stalingrad and Midway.
Stalingrad - in the broader scope - meant the destruction of a third of the German armed forces, as well as the destruction of her allied armies (Romania, Hungary and Italy's expeditionary corps in USSR). Germany never recovered, but was yet powerful enough to delay defeat a further two years.
Midway meant the destruction of the Japanese surface fleet dominance, a central ability to warfare in the Pacific. Japan also never recovered, but was able to delay defeat with considerable tenacity for years, wholly without prospect of victory.
Stalingrad was a disaster but even though the German Army was bigger and more powerfull in 1943. The Russians that drove the Germans back from Stalingrad were stopped and crushed by Feild marshall Von Mainstien ( Planned the invasion of France) and 6 new SS panzer divisions. Stalin wrote that never had he been so close to defeat. Von Mainstiens attack ground to a halt in the mud but he wanted to begin again a few months later when the ground froze Hitler decided to wait until the following summer so the new panther and Tiger tanks could be used Von Mainstien called this milatary suicide and the Germans were malled at Kurst. It was this battle that they never recoverd from. Shangster
The effort to make war materiel by the civillian populations in countries opposed to the Axis.
It contributed to the World War 2. To be exact, the World War effort in Europe as the battle was a key turning point for WW2 in Europe for the Allies against the Axis.
In physics, moment is a combination of a physical quantity, like force, and a distance. For example, a moment of force is the product of of a force and its distance from an axis, which causes rotation about the axis.
actually mechanical advantage is the ratio of load to effort. it is the measure of the effort required to move the load. its maximum value is given by 1/m where m is the slope of graph plotted with load on X axis and effort on Y axis. hope your got the answer.
There was no Axis powers in World War I--and the Axis powers LOST World War II.
the world is on the axis and the axis is tilted. the axis runs through the north pole and south pole.
During World War II, the Axis powers were defeated.
There are many things that can turn on an axis in this world. Turning on an axis is called rotation.
They were referred to as the Axis Powers.AxisThe Axis. They got this name because the world revolves around an axis and, if victorious, would revolve around their power.The Axis Powers .they were "axis forces".
It's a term similar to other large wars like World War II. It's when a country puts forth every effort it has to wage war on another axis or world power.
the whole world would belong to the axis powers
The Axis were Germany, Italy and Japan.
Axis : Germany , Japan and Italy .
No for it does not affect the axis for some reasons.
10 axis powers were during world war 2 10 axis powers were during world war 2 10 axis powers were during world war 2 I believe there were six axis powers in the world war 2... I found it out of my younger brother's History Book from his school
By filling in for men in factories that were very hard at work producing weapons and ammunition for the war effort to win and beat the Central-Powers in World War 1 and beat the Axis- powers in World War 2.
They were both. They started out as axis, but then moved to allied after the axis betrayed them.
The Allies and the Axis.Allies and Axis
The world rotates on it's axis.
The Axis were Germany, Japan and Italy.
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the allies role in world war 2 was to liberate Europe & the pacific against the axis the axis role in world war 2 was to take over the world & execute Jews
The Axis Lost.
6,310,000 axis soldiers died in World War II