I say Germany could have one WW2 but it was not prepaird for a war on three fronts :west, east, south plus there best tank divsion the 7th panzer divsion (rommels panzers) also known as the ghost divsion, in the south
Why did Germany attack the Soviet Union in 1941?
Hitler declared that he wanted to attack the Soviet Union because it would give Germany the "space and resources needed for his master world." He also wanted to strike before England and the Union made an alliance. ...
Asked in Communism
What was Hitler's plans of attack against Communism?
He would defeat all countries between Germany and the Soviet Union.
Asked in Germany in WW2, USSR in WW2, Adolf Hitler
Why the Nazi-Soviet Pact important to Germany?
Germany wanted to make sure that the Soviet Union would not attack her while Germany invades and occupies all the countries in the west. So, Germany did not want to fight in two fronts at the same time. Interestingly, Stalin believed that Hitler would not (dare to) attack Russia. Also, the Pact was important, because they became'allies' in the partition of Poland. ...
Why did Germany and the Soviet Union sign the Nazi Soviet pact?
Germany feared the soviet union in the beginning of world war 2 they thought, their enemies would be too powerful if they were fighting the soviet union along with the European union ...
Asked in War and Military History
In August of 1939 Germany and which country signed a nonaggression pact that meant they would not attack each other?
The Soviet Union, aka the USSR.
Asked in World War 2, War and Military History, Italy, Japan
Why was Germany Italy and Japan initially successful in World War 2?
Firstly, Germany was not attacked on two fronts like in World War I because Germany signed a treaty with the Soviet Union not to attack each other for an amount of time, and Germany and the USSR would split Poland. The US also did not join WW2 until much later. ...
What did the Soviet Union get from its treaty with germany?
In 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Non Aggression Pact. This was basically a document that said that neither country would attack the other during wartime. This was broken in 1941 when Hitler and his army invaded the Soviet Union in Operation Barbarossa; this was Hitler's fatal mistake. ...
Why was the Soviet Union against any plan that would strengthen Germany?
the soviet union opposed any plan that would make Germany stronger. This is because Germany had been its enemy for a long time. ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, USSR in WW2
When did the non aggression pact start and end?
The Nazi-Soviet Non Agression Pact was an pact between the Soviet Union and Germany. Neither side would attack each other or get involved. It was signed in August of 1939 and broken in 1941, with Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union. ...
Why was the Soviet Union reluctant to give up East Germany after World War 2?
The Soviet Union wanted to spread Communist influence and they believed by keeping East Germany (Which also contained the previous capital of Germany, Berlin), countries would follow its example and come under Soviet control as part of its Communist empire. ...
What was the promise Hitler made to The Soviet Union?
he promised that he would not attack
In which direction did Soviet troops advance toward Germany in 1944 and 1945?
As the Soviet Union (Russia) is east of Germany, they would have had to attack from east to west, through Poland especially. But in the invasion of Germany, the Red Army was simultaneously attacking from the northeast, east, and southeast, and finally completely encircling Berlin between April 20 and May 2, 1945. ...
Asked in Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin
How did Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler become friends?
They never did become friends. Hitler hated all communists and Stalin hated all capitalists. They entered into a Non Aggression Pact before World War 2 began, but it was not because they wanted the world to know they were pals. Hitler wanted it so the Soviet Union would not attack Germany from the east when it attacked France, Belgium and Holland on the west. Stalin wanted it so he could be sure that Germany would not attack it. They both want...
Asked in World War 2, USSR in WW2, Soviet Union (USSR)
How did the Soviet Union influence world war 2?
Numerous ways. The Soviet Union was a major factor in WWII. Early in the war in Europe, Adolph Hitler and Germany maintained a commitment to avoiding a confrontation with the Soviet Union. This would change as it became evident to the German command that an eastern front was inevitable. Germany then launched an attack on the Soviet empire and even on Russia itself. This was a huge burden on the German fighting machine, and the commitment drew huge amounts of resources away from...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Hungary, Romania
What resistance would Germany face at the end of World War 2 if invading Romania or Hungary?
Te Soviet Union and Romanian armee.
How did the Soviet Union seize East Germany?
The Soviet Union was a part of the Allies in World War 2. At a conference between the Big Three (Winston Churchill - Britain, Franklin Roosevelt - America, and Joseph Stalin - Soviet Union) in Febuary 1945, called the Yalta Conference, it was decided that Germany would be split into four main zones. France, Soviet Union, America, and Britain would each control a zone, and the capital, Berlin, in Soviet territory, would also be split into four. It is interesting to note...
What did the Soviet Union do in response of NATO?
In response to NATO, The Soviet Union eventually went on to form what was known as the Warsaw Pact. This was an agreement within Soviet Countries that if someone were to attack one of them within the Pact, it would be considered an attack on ALL of them. ...
When did nazi Germany invade the soviet union bringing it into world war 11?
Adolf Hitler sent his forces into the U.S.S.R. in spring of 1941. The attack would have three spearhead: Army group north would attack Leningrad (St. Petersburg today), Army group center would make the assault to Moscow, and Army Group south would attempt to capture the Caucausus, (Were Stalingrad, and many of Russia's oil fields were). ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
Which 2 countries did Germany attack in World War 2 but never conquer?
The 2 main countries Nazi Germany invaded but never conquered was Britain and the Soviet Union. Main attack Germany did onto Britain was the Battle of Britain, which tok place between June 1940-October 1940. For the USSR, It would be Operation Barbarossa, Case Blue, Battle of Moscow, Battle of Kursk and Battle of Stalingrad, this took place between 1941 and 1944. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2, Germany in WW2, Poland
What would have happened to Poland if Britain had not entered the war?
Poland would have either become part of Germany or the Soviet Union depending on the eventual outcome of World War 2. ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor, Japan
How much pressure if any did Germany put on Japan to attack Pearl Harbor?
1. If anything, Germany would not have wanted Japan to attack the United States; Germany wanted Japan to attack the SOVIET UNION (Russia); to relieve pressure on the German Army's Russian Front. 2. By all accounts, Germany was taken by surprise by the Japanese attack on the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. 3. Japan had it's own plans for the Pacific and Asia. Germany had it's own plans for Europe. If they both could "link-up" via the Suez Canal (Japan...