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El Alemein was the first major victory against the Germans by the British 8th Army. It gave Britain and its allies confidence to fight on. After Alemein no major battles were lost. Midway was a great victory for the US Navy. It turned the Pacific war against the Japanese who never recovered from their defeat. Stalingrad was the victory that turned the war on the Eastern front in Russia's favor. After the German surrender there, the Red Army grew stronger by the day and gradually pushed the Germans back.

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