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Why was the blitz a turning point in ww2?
Keeping this in consideration, what was the most important turning point in ww2?
The battle of Stalingrad is considered by historians as a decisive turning point of World War II, during which German forces were defeated after five months of combat.
Subsequently, question is, why was the Battle of Britain a key turning point in ww2? Simply put, a "turning point" is when things were going one way before an event and they were going the other way after that event. The Battle of Britain was a turning point in WWII in Europe in the western theater because prior to that Germany was going where it wanted to go and defeating everyone in the their path.
Also to know, what was the significance of the blitz?
The Blitz, (September 1940–May 1941), nighttime bombing raids against London and other British cities by Nazi Germany during World War II. The raids followed the failure of the German Luftwaffe to defeat Britain's Royal Air Force in the Battle of Britain (July–September 1940).
What battle was the turning point in ww2?
The United States was victorious over Japan in the Battle of Midway. This victory was the turning point of the war in the Pacific. Germany invaded the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union defeated Germany at Stalingrad, marking the turning point of the war in Eastern Europe.