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Did the Soviet Union Play a More Important Role than the Western Allies in Defeating Germany During WWII?

Asked by: STALIN
  • Yeah it Did

    When Hitler attacked The USSR on June 22, 1941, he had just destroyed the British forces, and had decided to retreat after a few unsucessful raids on Britian, he turned his attention to the USSR who he really hated. He attacked them, and in 1941 and 1942, The USSR was not prepared so they ahd huge losses, but in 1943, 1944, and 1945, the USSR managed to change the tides, and push the Nazis back, and they freed all of the Eastern Front, and destroyed Berlin, and made Hitler commit suicide.

  • Yeah it Did

    When Hitler attacked The USSR on June 22, 1941, he had just destroyed the British forces, and had decided to retreat after a few unsucessful raids on Britian, he turned his attention to the USSR who he really hated. He attacked them, and in 1941 and 1942, The USSR was not prepared so they ahd huge losses, but in 1943, 1944, and 1945, the USSR managed to change the tides, and push the Nazis back, and they freed all of the Eastern Front, and destroyed Berlin, and made Hitler commit suicide.

  • The Soviet Union was fighting alone for some time.

    Germany lost roughly 80% of its army in the east. In addition to this, 54% of the German Luftwaffe was destroyed in the east. In June of 1941 there were roughly 3 million German troops preparing to invade the Soviet Union. At the same time, there were only 150,000 German soldiers fighting in Africa. By the time the allies had set foot on mainland Europe in 1943, Germany had already suffered multiple defeats in the east. Although the allied victory in WWII was a joint effort, I would say that the Soviet Union's role in defeating Nazi Germany was greater than that of Britain and the United States.

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