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What was the bloodiest battle of Germany and acirc and 128 and 153s war with the Soviet Union?
Probably not, the soviet union was just as heavily militaristic as Germany and if given enough time to strenghten its weakened militairy leadership after the purges and move i…ts crack troops from the border with Japan they would have just gobbled up more territory and eventually attack Germany. However if Germany didn't attack Germany all the masses of men and materials could have been used to defeat Great Britain which had been already weakened by the battle of Britain and the blitz, all the masses of men which would have been used on the eastern front would simply overrun the British and force a surrender which would have allowed the Germans access through the British empire and convince nations such as Spain and turkey to join the axis, all these extra men and materials could be used in a much better invasion of the ussr and put the Germans in a very good position to aid Japan in their war against the US, the combined forces of Germany, Japan, Italy, France, Britain and their colonies would have simply overrun the Americans which would be stretched to the limit in the pacific and the Atlantic. Germany dispised the soviet union and would have attacked sooner or later but if they waited a few more years and focused more on forcing a British surrender or attacking British colonies and enticing more countries to join their cause a German victory would have been far more likely. the USSR was the main reason Germany lost. they were for fault of Hitlers suicide and conquering of Berlin. I think its funny how so many people support Americans in the war when if the soviets had not entered the remaining men in Germany's army would be more than tripled. plus Japan would be saved by Germany, and then the Axis could launch an invasion during the summer, which might defeat Stalin.
For the US, and not counting operations and the TET offensive, the bloodiest battle may have been the Ia Drang valley fight, which occurred in 1965; and was depicted in …the film "We Were Soldiers...". HOWEVER, the movie (film) only depicts 1/2 of the battle, which was LTC H. Moore's battalion. The fight lasted three days, and a second US Army battalion entered the engagement which was nearly destroyed. Approximately 300 US GI's were killed in all. The Battle of Dak To may have been the second bloodiest, fought by the 173rd Airborne Divison; followed by the Battle of Hamburger Hill fought by the 101st Airborne Division in 1969.
The bloodiest battle of the American Revolution was the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Gettysburg. And the bloodiest one-day battle was Antietam.
Hitler planned to take land for Lebensraum (more living space that the Aryan, - i.e.the Germans - deserve because they are superior) in the East. Furthermore, he wanted to des…troy Communism which he considered as a threat. He also wanted to acquire the resources: oil and grain. He wanted to use Slav people as slaves because he considered them as inferior.
The bloodiest battle in the Korean War was Outpost Henry.
battle of midway
The Battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle of the civil war. Total casualties were around forty three thousand men.
Gettysburg. And the bloodiest single day's fighting was Antietam.
In order, the bloodiest battles of the Civil War were: Antietam Gettysburg Vicksburg Bull Run (Mananas) I don't know the rest
Burned their own crops
YES. The Nazi's hated the communism of the soviet union. Hitler wanted to take over the Soviet Union in order to achieve is goal OS leibensram "living space". Nazi's and commu…nisms both hated and feared each other.
In USSR in WW2
In 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Non Aggression Pact. This was basically a document that said that neither country would attack the other during wartime. This …was broken in 1941 when Hitler and his army invaded the Soviet Union in Operation Barbarossa; this was Hitler's fatal mistake.
They agreed not to attack each other and divide the land in Europe between themselves. But Hitler broke the pact by attacking Russia
Although initially Hitler wanted the USSR as an ally (or at least as a neutral), the Soviet takeover of German-occupied territory in Romania showed that Stalin had no intentio…n of ceding European domination to Germany. Rather than wait for an eventual clash, Hitler and his advisors decided to preemptively seize control of the Soviet heartland, and then use its resources to fuel the German war machine. A month before the official German-Soviet Border and Commercial Agreement (January 10, 1941), directives had been already issued for the swift takeover of the USSR. German troops launched Operation Barbarossa on June 22, 1941. Historians have observed that without the supplies received from the USSR from 1939 to 1941, Germany would likely not have had the resources to mount their invasion. In hindsight it seems like a suicidal idea and history showed that it was. Hitler broke the cardinal rule of warfare: Do not underestimate your enemy. He expected the Soviet peasants to be no match for his armies. Expansionism drove him to seek, " living space" he called it, for the German people. He had no idea that the 'Invincible Reich' was about to get its first-ever hammering. the first of two reasons was that the German dictator adolph Hitler believed that Germany needed more living space for his people than the land inside the German Reich could afford.secondly the ideaology of national socialism(the nazi,s) considered that communism was there mortal enemies.
burned their own troops