Nooooo I have a presentation due on The Battle Of Stalingrad which I know nothing about!
I actually happen to have some book on some war history in my room lets go see.
Okay what information do you find.
The Battle lasted from Aug 23, 1942 – Feb 2, 1943
The Battle of Stalingrad was the largest confrontation of World War II
The first reason is that the Battle of Stalingrad marked the end of Germany's advances into eastern Europe and Russia.
The second reason is that this battle was the first major German loss during World War II.
Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad in Southern Russia
he Soviets recovered 250,000 German and Romanian corpses in and around Stalingrad, and total Axis casualties (Germans, Romanians, Italians, and Hungarians) are believed to have been more than 800,000 dead, wounded, missing, or captured.
Did you find out how many people died ?
Where did the name come from?
Originally known as Tsaritsyn(1555–1925) Joseph Stalin renamed it toStalingrad(1925–1961) It is now known as Volgograd from Nikita Khrushchev de-Stalinization movement.
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After all the research i think i finally established a clear understanding of The Battle of Stalingrad