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Battle of Stalingrad

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Carley and Thalia S.S.

on 1 April 2015

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Transcript of Battle of Stalingrad

Stalingrad took place in Stalingrad in the Soviet Union.

The Russians and the Germans fought
The battle of Stalingrad was a Soviet victory! The Russians won humiliating Hitler.


1 million Russian casualties and 250,000 German casualties.

Dates and Length of the battle
Stalingrad started July 17, 1942 when the Nazi army bombs the Soviet city of Stalingrad and it lasted until February 2, 1943.
Key Points
Russians consider it to be the greatest battle of their Great Patriotic War, and most historians consider it to be the greatest battle of the entire conflict. It stopped the German advance into the Soviet Union and marked the turning of the tide of war in favor of the Allies. The Battle of Stalingrad was one of the bloodiest battles in history.

Battle of Stalingrad
by Kyra and Carley
Historical context
This was monumental battle to World War ll because it is justly considered a turning point in the war on the Eastern Front and one of the most crucial engagements of World War II.
Also, The Soviet victory at Stalingrad was a great humiliation for Hitler. He became more distrustful than ever of his generals. Stalin, on the other hand, gained confidence in his military, which followed up Stalingrad with a westward drive and remained largely on the offensive for the rest of the war.

Works Cited
"Battle of Stalingrad." History.com. A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 31 Mar. 2015. <http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/battle-of-stalingrad>.
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