The results of the battle of Stalingrad was that it was a soviet victory and due to the battle of Stalingrad, Germany lost the entire German 6th Army. This was a turning point for WW2 in Europe as the axis… Full Answer
The battle of Stalingrad (August 1942-Feb 1943) had one main effect on WW2. The soviets stood strong and defeated the nazi's. The battle of Stalingrad was a turning point for WW2. If the nazi's won stalingrad it would have been… Full Answer
It is known that 2.5 Million People fought during the Battle of Stalingrad and ruffly 1.85 Million People were killed during the Battle of Stalingrad, so Around 650,000 people survived that battle 2/3 of the Survivors were Soviets.
Some of the better books on the Battle of Stalingrad are Enemy at the Gates : The battle For Stalingrad by William Craig , Stalingrad by Heinz Schroter , The Road to Stalingrad : Stalin's War With Germany Vol 1… Full Answer