D-Day, the Battle of Stalingrad, and the Battle of Philippine Sea. These were the three most significant battles.
Russia, Britain, France
There was no major allied presence in Kuwait in World War 2.
During World War II, Germany's major victories and defeats may be briefly summarized as follows: Following initial success against Poland in 1939, Germany went on to 'lightning' victories in North and West Europe before being defeated in the 1940 Battle of Britain. Undaunted, Germany turned briefly South (into the Balkans) before invading the Soviet Union, achieving numerous victories there until late 1942, at which point it began a long, steady slide into ultimate defeat, punctuated by brief and merely occasional tactical victories. Concurrently, its involvement in North Africa and the Atlantic (Ocean) Campaign followed the same pattern of initial victories followed by steady defeats, while the Allied invasion of Europe in 1944 rapidly led to the opening of a Second Front and numerous setbacks leading to its final surrender in May of 1945.
During World War II and in the Pacific Theater, the United States experienced major defeats early in the war -- at Pearl Harbor and in the Philippines. A major victory at Midway (June 1942) and then another at Guadalcanal (February 1943) soon set it on the path of victory. In the European Theater, the United States experienced no major defeats, instead winning major victories from Torch (1942), to the Battle of the Atlantic (1943), to Overlord (1944), and then to the final invasion of Germany in the Spring of 1945.
The Battle of Philippine Sea, the Battle of Britain, the Battle of the Bulge, D-Day, the Battle of Stalingrad, the Battles of Iwo Jima, Okinawa, Leyte, and Saipan were major allied victories that put immense strain and crippling onto the Axis-powers.
removing Mussolini from power and switching to the Allied side
Central powers major victories
The Battle of Sicily --apex
Possibly the Battle of Stalingrad.
The Battle of the Bulge, the Battle of Stalingrad, and the Battle of Philippine Sea. They were the three most major battles besides D-Day.
In WW I the two major alliances were the Allies (or Allied Forces) and the Central Powers.
The major forces were: Axis - Japan, Germany and Italy Allied - US, France, England, China and Russia
Battle of the Bulge
where japan have victories and loses
Alexanders major victories were in Eygpt and then he became master of Persia but Egypt was his major victory!
The Allied Forces did not have a strategy until after they were attacked because the Generals did not believe there was a major offensive going on in the Ardennes. This was to their peril. Since I am not a military strategist and do not know the military lingo I am sending you to some links to help you understand how the Germans and the Allied Forces fought the battle.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor most of the major battles were won by the Allies in the Pacific. These include Guadalcanal, Midway, and Iwo Jima.
The Battle of Britain was arguably the first allied victory, which also laid down a near permanent cripple onto Hitler's Luftwaffe.
Allied victories included he Battle of Stalingrad, Battle of Britain, Battle of the Bulge, and the Battle of Philippine Sea. All of these just piled up crippling blows that the Axis-powers could never recover from.
It was the final major Nazi offensive against the Allied forces in WWII