Who is Germany at war with?
German Empire (1871–1918)
|Conflict||Combatant 1||Combatant 2|
|Franco-German War (1870–1871)||Germany||France|
|First Samoan Civil War (1886–1894)||Supporters of Laupepa Germany||Supporters of Mata’afa|
|Abushiri Revolt (1888–1889)||Germany United Kingdom||Arab Rebels led by al-Harthi|
|Hehe Rebellion (1891–1898)||Germany||Hehe|
What historical events happened in Germany?
- Medieval Germany:
- The Protestant Reformation: 1517-1648:
- The Council of Trent and Counter Reformation: 1545-1563:
- The Peace of Augsburg: 1555:
- The Thirty Years’ War and Peace of Westphalia: 1618-1648:
- 1799-1815: Napoleonic Wars:
- Emigration Prior to 1800:
What if Germany won Kursk?
If the Germans had won at Kursk, it would have meant only a temporary setback for the Russians. The psychological turning point on the Eastern Front was Stalingrad; the physical was Kursk. The Soviets with their manpower and support from the US would still have won.
Could Germany have won battle of Kursk?
When studying the battle for Kursk, one of the climactic engagements in the German-Soviet war (1941–1945), many authors have maintained that the Germans would have won the battle had they not delayed their attack from May until early July 1943.
Who lost the most tanks in ww2?
|Production ratio(2) (German:Soviet)||1:2||1:3|
|Soviet Tank losses||20,500||83,500|
|German Tank losses||2,758||25,584|
|Tank exchange ratio(2) (German:Soviet)||1:7||1:4.4|
What was the last German victory in ww2?
Battle of Bautzen (1945)
|Date||21–30 April 1945|
|Location||Bautzen (Germany) and surrounding rural areas|
Who defeated Germany WW2?
the Soviet Union
How big was Germany’s army in WW2?
What was the biggest turning point of ww2?
Battle of Stalingrad
Why was Stalingrad a turning point in WW2?
This battle was a turning point because there was a tremendous amount of deaths in this battle alone, this battle completely changed Germany’s morale about the war, and the Germans had finally lost a big battle which turned the war into the favor of the Allies.
What turned the tide of WW2?
But the Battle of Stalingrad (one of Russia’s important industrial cities) ultimately turned the tide of World War II in favor of the Allied forces.
What combination led to the German defeat at Stalingrad?
Stalingrad was one of the most important battles in WW II, if not in entire human history. It was a catastrophic defeat for the German army, and they never recovered from the battle. The defeat was avoidable. The main reason for the defeat was that Hitler became obsessed with the idea of capturing the city.