What caused Germany to lose ww2?
Adolf Hitler, a man who swept the Germans up to incredible victories, was also the main reason Germany ultimately lost the war. He refused to accept reality, took no advice from his Generals and then made poor decisions. This way he ensured a relatively quick end of Nazi Germany.
What factors led to Germany’s defeat?
The factors which led to the defeat of Germany were poor planning, British blockade and entrance of the United States army in the war. Firstly, the deficient plans of the both countries, Germany and Austria-Hungry, led to their defeat.
Who shot down the first German jet in ww2?
The several Canadian Spitfires attacked the lone German jet which chose to fight rather than use its speed to escape. Five Canadians had a shot at the jet as it manoeuvred and shot back but without hitting any of the Canadians.
Which country has the best air force in ww2?
By the beginning of World War II, the Luftwaffe was arguably the best air force in the world, and its robust role within the combined-arms strategy utilized by German military planners allowed for the use of blitzkrieg tactics against overmatched Allied armies.
Who has the best ships in ww2?
the Royal Navy
What was the most powerful battleship in World War 2?
What was the fastest battleship ever built?
The US Iowa-class battleships were powered by eight fuel oil boilers and four propellers, delivering 212,000 shaft horsepower. In 1968, during a shakedown cruise, the Iowa-class USS New Jersey achieved a top speed of 35.2 knots (65.2 km/h) which it sustained for six hours.
Who Sank Sink the Bismarck?
Which battleship had the biggest guns?
When did the last battleship retired?
USS Missouri (BB-63)
|Decommissioned:||26 February 1955|
|Recommissioned:||10 May 1986|
|Decommissioned:||31 March 1992|