Great Strategic Turning Points in World War 2

The most significant conflict of the world, the bloodiest battles of World War Two is a startling reminder of the bloodshed game in 1939 that lasted up to 1945. Although the stage was set by the instability created in Europe during the First World War, the outbreak of war was triggered by the Hitler’s invasion of Poland.


Japanese attack on the US Naval base at Pearl Harbour; 7th December 1941 (Photo by: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)

The devastating war witnessed over 60 million deaths and countless lives blighted. However, some thrilling moments had the potential to sway the battle in favor of either side. Here we are going to analyze ten major strategic turning points that had a significant impact on the Second World War.

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