What battle had the allies breaking through fortress Europe?
The Normandy landings
The reason was to break through occupied Europe. The allies tried breaking through Italy but noticed they had to go to France. So they invanded and landed the U.S. Army on the beaches of Normandy.
D-Day was the Allies penetrating the "European Fortress" and pushing the Axis back into Europe. This was by many considered the start of the end of the war.
It became the steeping stone into occupied Europe from the South. [As Churchill called it in the planning stage "the chance to strike at soft underbelly of Fortress Europe]
Very simply, the need for the Allies to gain a foothold on European soil to enable them to begin the assault on Hitler's "Fortress Europe."j3h.
The allies invaded France through the beaches of Normandy. Later, the allies invaded in southern Europe from the Mediterranean sea.
The Allies accomplished invading Europe and landing thousands of troops and armoured vehicles
In the summer of 1944, the Western Allies chose to break into France via the beaches of Normandy, located on France's northern coast. When finally breaking free of their bridgehead there, Allied forces moved primarily through both the center of France (liberating Paris along the way) and the northern coastal area of France (often avoiding German occupational forces in "fortress-towns" on the coast) in their advance toward the liberation of Europe.
Hurtgen Forrest, Germany
Intelligence through means of code breaking
All countries contained within the E.U are allies. All N.A.T.O members in europe are also allies.
Was to take europe and defeated in order to weaken germany an its allies
They held on to allow their 4,000 allies to escape to friendly city walls by stopping the Persian cavalry from breaking through and riding them down in open country.
The Americans landed in Sicily in 1943 I believe, and took it the same year. Then they proceeded through the main part of Italy to Europe.
it gave the allies a foot hold back in Europe to engage the German forces.
Through the Allied landings in Normandy in June 1944, also known as D-Day.
cos they won it
Russia , europe
Europe was part of both. Europe is not a single country, but a collection of countries.
The Allies invaded in the Normandy region of Northern France.
The Allies didn't invade Europe, we came to Europe's aid. When we began the Liberation of France, this was called D day...
The Allies began their invasion of mainland Europe at Normandy.
free elections in eastern europe.
The U.S, Canada, Europe etc..
The Soviet Union did not want allies, they wanted puppet states. They controlled eastern Europe until the wall came down.
Because Of the quality of the structures and to keep the allies permanently sealed out of Europe for generations to come. Because Of the quality of the structures and to keep the allies permanently sealed out of Europe for generations to come. Because Of the quality of the structures and to keep the allies permanently sealed out of Europe for generations to come.
The war in Europe was at a stalemate. Germany occupied Europe and the Allies had to invade Europe to make any progress.
During World War II, the route chosen by the Allies to cross into France and begin liberating the mainland of Europe was the beach-dominated coast of Normandy, France. With this "D-Day" invasion of Normandy achieving success, the Allies then moved deeper into France (thence the rest of Europe) through both central and northern lines-of-advance in France.
In europe during ww2 was axis and allies
how to divide Germany. if they should let Stalin have eastern Europe
They entered in the side of the allies because they were already allies prior to the war and because they feared German and Japanese hegemony of Europe and Asia. Plus, they desired to expand their influence in Europe and Asia, thus becoming a world superpower, which they accomplished.
The historical outcome of the Normandy invasion was that German control of mainland Europe suffered its first loss. Before the Allies had landed at Normandy and established a foothold on Fortress Europe, the Germans controlled all of mainland Europe except: Spain (which was under the Pro-Nazi and Pro-Fascist regime of Francisco Franco), Switzerland (Which declared her neutrality), Italy (The Fascist State), Sweden, and Romania (Under the control of the Nazi) The victory at Normandy was… Read More
it is an allied power
For the Allies to gain a foothold in Europe.
June 6th, 1944
get a foot hold in Europe
allies divided up europe
Europe north or south Korea
No they weren't.
Your question is unclear. Leave what? leave where? Since much of the war was fought in Germany it is safe to say they didn't leave their country. The rest of Europe was invaded by them starting in 1939 and when the allies landed in France in 1944 they fought through Europe to Germany. So, the German forces were killed, pulled back, retreated, or taken as POW's as the battle areas raged through out Europe.
The Allies had no 'strategy for [saving] the Jews in Europe' beyond winning the war. Until 1944 the Allies didn't even believe reports about the Holocaust, either.
The Allies liberated Europe from Nazi Germany and the Allies freed the people the Japanese had invaded .
The Allies sought to liberate Europe from the Nazis and restore order .
IN ORDER: Sicily Italy And on the Normandy beaches of France
It was the Enigma machine.
Code breaking was a significant part of World War II because it helped the Allies win over the Axis.
Stalin hopes that by the Allies invading Europe, Germany would have to fight on two fronts. This would split the German forces, and reduce the pressure on the Russian/Germany front.
The Allies invaded Europe on June 6, 1944. They freed Paris on August 25.
It gave the allies a foothold in Europe in order to defeat the Germans....