What was considered to be the turning point in the Soviet Afghan war?
The Afghan War was a steady, routine, war against insurgency. The turning point was when the Soviets decided to leave in 1989.
Gettysburg was considered to be the turning point.
The Battle of Gettysburg was considered the turning point of the Civil War.
Battle of Stalingrad
No. The Battle of Midway was considered a turning point in the battle against the Japanese.
German invasion of the Soviet Union
It is seen as a major event, not as a turning-point.
It's a subjective question- there are lots of opinions on the matter. However, more often than not, the turning point on the Eastern Theater is generally considered to be the Soviet victory at the Battle of Stalingrad. The Red Army decisively defeated and completely destroyed a major German force, and prevented Stalingrad- an important industrial city named after the Soviet dictator- from being captured.
You are incorrect. -D-Day WAS considered the turning point of WW2 in Europe.
Some historians considered it the turning point, previously, but, majority opinion now considers Vicksburg to be the actual turning point.
Gettysburg was previously considered the turning point by old-school historians who favored battle analysis. Most contemporary historians concede that the surrender of Vicksburg is the actual strategic turning point of the war.
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The Battle of Saratoga was considered the turning point of the Revolutionary war. This battle was the first major win for the colonies and improved morale.
It was considered the turning point of the war because 250 Japanese planes were destroyed, which started the beginning of island jumping to Japan.
the Soviet Union attacked Germany *WRONG* Its, "Germany attacked the Soviet Union"
The Battle of Saratoga is widely considered to be the turning point of the American Revolutionary War.
the soviet capture of Berlin
The Battle of Britain is generally agreed to be the turning point in the European theater in World War 2. In the war against the Japanese, the Battle of Midway would be the turning point.
The battle of Midway is considered the turning point of the Naval War in the Pacific while the six month struggle for the island of Guadalcanal is considered the turning point for the land war in the Pacific
The Battle of Stalingrad was a disaster for the German Armies
The battle of Stalingrad is considered a turning point in World War Two, it led to the defeat of the Germans in the West.
gettysburg was in 1923 (:
The Battle of Saratoga
Battle for McDonalds.
Barbarossa was the German invasion of the Soviet Union. In and of itself it was not necessarily a turning point. It committed Germany and most of its military resources to war with the Soviet Union. After initial successes, the Germans began to suffer major defeats. It was defeats such as the Battle of Stalingrad that were the real turning points on the Eastern Front and led to Germany's ultimate defeat in that theater of the… Read More
I think that the turning point in world war 2 is that when japan attack on pearl harbor . <><><><> There are several events that could be considered "turning points". When the German offensive in Russia failed, The Battle of Britain, Midway, or the campaign in Sicily. Stalingrad was the turning point on the Eastern Front. El Alamein was the turning point in Africa. Midway was the turning point in the Pacific, and Normandy was… Read More
What naval battle in the Pacific was considered the turning point of the war and established US Naval supremacy?
The Battle of Midway Island was the turning point in the War for the Pacific.
The Neolithic Revolution is considered a turning point in world history because of domestication of animals and cultivation of crops led to settled communities @_@ ;D
After the US entered the war in Europe at the end of 1941 the first turning point for the Allies happened in?
the Soviet Union
The first turning point for the allies after the US entered the war in Europe at the end of 1941 happened in?
the Soviet Union.
Failure of Germany's operation Barbarossa to take Stalingrad.
saratoga i think
Battle of saratoga
the Battle of Gettysburg
The Battle of Stalingrad .
Battle for saigon
Gettysburg, July 1-3 1863, is considered the turning point the USA Civil War.
It was a considered a major turning point because it was the start of agriculture. Meaning, People began to farm and domesticate animals. It led to permanent homes and villages, Which led to civilizations.
comprising two significant battles during September and October of 1777, was a crucial victory for the Patriots during the American Revolution and is considered the turning point of the Revolutionary War.
Yes, the Battle of Gettysburg is considered to be the turning point of the American Civil War. Yes this battle was the civil wars turning point. Answer: Earlier historians said Gettysburg was the turning point, but modern scholars say it was the fall of Vicksburg which happened about the same time.
Battle-minded historians call it the turning point because it ended Lee's ability to carry out offensive operations in the North, and swung the initiative to the Union. [Vicksburg was the real strategic turning point.]
YES. To find out why, please see the Related Question: Why was the Battle of Stalingrad considered a turning point of World War II?
It destroyed Lee's ability to invade the North and swung the initiative to the North, in the East. [Vicksburg was the true strategic turning point.]
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The Battle of Lake Champlain.
Battle of Lake Champlain
It is considered the Coral Sea, Wake and Battle of Midway was the turning point in favor of the Allied Forces in the Pacific Theater.
== == It was the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.
The Battle Of Gettysburg