More than 75 years after the final shot was fired, the human cost of World War II still defies human comprehension. Estimates range from 60 million to 80 million people killed, most of them civilians. The Soviet Union suffered the most, losing as many as 27 million people by some estimates. To place the carnage […]Biggest Battles of World War II — 24/7 Wall St.
Saturday, August 28/2021@19:04-Well GREAT BLOG, even though the NAVY and the AIR FORCE were NOT PORTRAYED at ALL-VERY MUCH; though ARMY W.W.II/1939-1945 and Campaigns-Battles were INTERESTING.
I, more than precisely WOULD LIKE to POINT OUT a FEW of my own, if that is alright with Y’ALL…Wordpress.com?
Germany in 1939, ATTACKING and HARDCORE WARFARE in the FIRST COUNTRY in EUROPE, Czechoslovakia, and Poland/1939 September. 1940-Norway. 1939-1945, Operation Barbarossa…Germany INVADES Russia/1940-1943…September to May…Battle of the Atlantic. 1941-1943-North Africa. Countries…in the Med., Greece, Italy, North Africa Campaign, Hitler and Axis Germany…ON THE ROAD to RULING THE WORLD. Dec., 07/1941-Pearl Harbor-Attack on America…Brings our Ally U.S.A., into FULL, NOT JUST SOME…MIGHT for the Allies. 1940/1941 to 1944/1945 Arctic Campaign-Naval Convoys to North Russia-Murmans-White Sea-Archanglsk, Kola Inlet, etc., with Allied Naval and Air Forces FIGHTING Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe German Forces…Finally The Arctic Star-Campaign Medal is Awarded to Allied/commonwealth-Dominion Personnel whom served in this Latitude-Longitude-Arctic Campaign…two years ago. Opps-Dunkirk…France/1940, Dieppe. France/August 1942. The Big One=Operations Overlord and Neptune/D-Day..The Largest Amphibious Landing in the World/June 6, 1944…ON THE WAY TO EUROPE/GERMANY and V.E. Day/May 8, 1945. Then ON TO THE PACIFIC…after…and CONDITIONAL SURRENDER…September 2/1945…Unconditional Surrender/V.J., Victory in Japan Day…August 14-15, 1945…September 2, in Japan, September 3/1945 in America, Canada, Europe, ETC., THE END OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR/1939-1945!!!
Yours Aye: Less Brief, with no photos, than your BLOG… Killick Vison-Linkedin, Brian CANUCK Murza, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada.