What was the turning point in World War 1?
Battle of Jutland-1916
I can see reasons for the above: I don't think there ever was a turning point really, WW1 was a huge conflict in Europe which involved many Nations. The German Military felt betrayed & undefeated at the Armistice in 1918. No single battle or conflict established the Allies as winners..... The entry of the USA certainly made a significant difference to the Allies chances of success in the West, but the defeat of Russia was a boost to Germany & Austria/Hungary. The British & Commonwealth Forces were winning against the Turks in the Middle East & in East Africa.