Battle Of Stalingrad
By: Triston Lasley
Nations that fought in this battle
Nations that fought in this battle was Germany and the Soviet Union in Southwest Russia.
Why battle was significant
Battle Of Stalingrad was significant because it was considered a turning point in World War II in Europe. After this defeat Germany was in full retreat.
The casualty for Germany was 850,000 killed, missing, or wounded. For the Soviets approx. 1,500,000 killed, missing, or wounded.
Who won battle
The Soviet Union won the battle on February 2nd 1943, which was one of the bloodiest battles in history.
Three interesting facts
One interesting fact about the war is it was one of the bloodiest battle in history. A second fact is Russians consider it to be the greatest battle of their Great Patriotic War. And a last interesting fact about the battle is most historians think this is the greatest battle that stopped the Germans to advance into the Soviet Union and marked the turning tide of the war into the Allies favor.