What Victories Did The Allies Win in North Africa?
British won an important at El Alamein in Egypt. German army forces were driven west and his army surrender.
both the allies and axis forces were tired and had low morale. When the us entered the war, they had brought new supplies to the allies forces in Europe and boosted morale. The us troops were not tired and weary. They had high morale and boosted the allies fighting strength. This led to many victories for the allies and eventually the allies won the war
From the U.K.'s and U.S.'s perspective, women helped the allies win WWII from the home-front. While men were abroad at the at the front lines in Asia, Africa and Europe, many of the jobs that were left absent by men were filled-in by women as well as many of the jobs newly created by the war (such as arms manufacturing, ammunition, etc.) thus supporting the troops abroad and thus helping the allies win WWII.
In the 1860 election, it was because the Democratic Party had split into two wings (North and South), so the Republican candidate was bound to win. In the 1864 election, which he had expected to lose owing to war-weariness in the North, he was saved by timely battlefield victories in September 1864 (Atlanta, Mobile and Cedar Creek).
Boudicca obtained her victories while the bulk of the Roman army was engaged in the island of Anglesey in north Wales. When the Roman army returned, Boudicca's forces were routed. The Romans had a professional army, while Boudicca had a band of warriors who were followed by the women ,children and the elderly.
The U.S defeats the Japanese in Guadalcanal, Iraq joins the allies, the german's siege of Leningrad ends, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising begins, Tripoli is recaptured by the british from the italians, 50 bombers make the first all american air raid against germany, the Battle of Stalingrad ends, Eisenhower becomes supreme allied-commander in Europe, the axis launch an offensive against allied defenses in Tunisia and win, Allies win over all North Africa, the Battle of Kursk…
Robert E Lee did not win in the Civil War. His side lost. He surrendered his army on April 9, 1865. Robert E Lee did however win in the Mexican American war. He led the American forces to a series of strong victories that ensured that Mexico would relinquish its claim to all land north of the Rio Grande.