In the broadest sense, the grand strategy was to crack Germany like a nut in a vise between the Allied forces (primarily U.S., Canadian and British) breaking out of the Normandy beachhead in June, 1944 and fighting eastward, and the Soviet Red Army and its allies fighting their way westward from the east. By 1944 there couldn't have been many German military thinkers who didn't see this coming a long way off (some of them tried to kill Hitler on July 20, 1944 so they could try to sue for peace and stave off unconditional surrender, but they failed and hundreds were murdered because of it). If the July 20 plot had not failed, the war in Europe might have ended almost a year earlier. Yet once the plot failed, the remaining officers considered it their bound duty to keep fighting as long as Hitler was alive, whether it made any sense or not.
they would do for many reasons becuasae they are free to fight
It took priority over the Pacific.
No, they agreed that the European part of WWII had priority.
in the European theater we fought the Germans in the pacific theater we fought the Japanese
Major battles between the Axis Powers and the Allies were fought in the Eastern Theater. Key battles included the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942, D-Day Invasion in 1944, and VE Day when Germany surrendered to the United States and the Allies.
The main purpose of d-day was for the Allies to gain a foothold on the shore of Europe in the fight against Hitler's Nazis Germany.
2. In Europe, the U.S. was fighting more than one country and had more Allies that they could rely on.
The US participated in both the European Theater and Pacific Theater of World War 2 and with the cooperation of the Allies they were victorious in both theaters.
If you mean by 'what was the Allies strategy to beat Germany'? Their strategy was to push Germany to the center (Berlin) where the Allies can close in on the Germans and wipe them out. Hope this helped!
the allies had a coordinating strategy for victory
World War 2 in the European Theater ended after the occupation of Germany by the allies (Britain and America) and Russia.
The European allies which fought against Napoleon were: The British, Germans, Prussians and the Russians.
In the Pacific Theater of Operations, America and its allies fought the Empire of Japan.
I believe part of the strategy was to use the US Navy and Marines in the Pacific Theater and to a lesser degree the US Navy and Merchant Marines, and the US Army in the European Theater. Most of the Pacific fighting was the so-called "island hopping" technique.
The European Theater and the Pacific Theater.
Answer EUROPEAN THEATER Anzio, Italy 22 Jan 1943 Sicily 26 July 1943 Messina & southern tip of Italy 5 Sept 1943 Salerno, Italy 9 Sept 1943 PACIFIC THEATER
There is no tradition among Jews of Hebrew theater. There is a tradition among European Jews of Yiddish theater, but that is completely unrelated.There is no tradition among Jews of Hebrew theater. There is a tradition among European Jews of Yiddish theater, but that is completely unrelated.
During World War II, the 'Europe First' strategy of the Allies was the simple commitment to concentrating superior force against Hitlerite Germany before focusing on any all-out effort against Japan in the Pacific Theater. In practical effect, this strategy led to a successful conclusion of the European Theater's conflict early in 1945; however, American forces had even before this time begun successful offensives against Japan that would result in final victory only a few months later.
Was to take europe and defeated in order to weaken germany an its allies
Dwight Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in the European Theater during World War 2.