Everyone will have a different answer to this question but in my opinion, all three of the most important battles were in the European arena.
First would be the German thrust into Belgium April 1940 that destroyed the best of the French and British armies. This enabled Germany to quickly destroy the rest of the French army and occupy that nation. The political and geographical advantages thus gained enabled Germany to fight effectively for many years. Just one example: the oil supplies captured alone, were about a two year supply for the Germans.
Second would be the Autumn 1941 battle for Moscow. Had Germany had taken that city earlier, there is little doubt in my mind that the Soviet system would have been hobbled tremendously and unable to carry out successful military operations against the Germans. Yes, fighting would have continued on the eastern front, possibly for years, but the advantage would have been with the German forces and the Russians would have been scrambling just to maintain a coherent fighting force and effective government.
Third would be Normandy, D Day, June 1944. While Germany had already lost the war by that time, this battle ensured that Western culture would dominate Europe for a few more decades, rather than be debased by Russian/Asiatic invaders. Had the Germans repelled the Allies in France, Germany collapses anyway within a year or so, to be occupied almost entirely by Soviet forces. This would have put the Soviets even further west than they were allowed in 1945, possibly with dire consequences for liberty and representative democracy in Italy, France and even Britain.
All wrong trust me the biggest one was on pearl harbor those Japanese idiots thought bombing us would stop us.
so what were the major battles of the cold war and why
whatare the five major battles of world war 1 with location and date
The major battles of World War 2 were fought in North Africa, Europe and the Pacific Islands.
Some of the major battles of World War I include the Battle of Tannenberg, the Battle of Arras, The Battle of Verdun, and the Battle of the Somme.
Ypres, Belgium was the scene of three major battles during World War I. The town was nearly destroyed three times from 1914 to 1917.
Fall of Berlin, Battle of Midway, and D-Day.
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There were several major battles in Northern Europe in World War II. Two of them were the Invasion of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge.
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Woodrow Wilson did not see any major battles in World War 1. In fact, during World War 1, he was the President of the United States.
AnswerWhich of the following was not a major battle of World War I?
was most of the major battles of world war 1 fought in Luxembourg ...true or false
When? If you are referring to World War II, the whole war was a series of major battles. Two of the battles were the Battle of the Bulge and the battle for Stalingrad but there were many, many more of equal importance.
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What were three major innovations that came out of the World War 1?
The Battles of Kursk, Stalingrad and Berlin.
major battles in the splendid little war of spain
Which 3 major battles?
The revolutionary war is the battle of lexington the battle of concord and the siege of Boston.
The Battle of Messines and the Battle of the Somme were two significant battles during the First World War. Others include the Battle of Mons and the Battle of Verdun.
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.
Asia, Africa, and Europe.
D-Day, the Battle of Stalingrad, and the Battle of Philippine Sea. These were the three most significant battles.