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world war 2

By phamn21
  • atlantic

    allies leaders: Martin E. Nasmith (1939-41), Sir Percy Noble (1941–42), Sir Max K. Horton (1943–45), Frederick Bowhill (1939-41), Philip de la Ferté (1941-43, Sir John Slessor (1943-45) ,Leonard W. Murray, Ernest J. King, Royal E. Ingersoll
    central leaders: Erich Raeder, Karl Dönit, Hermann Görin
    allies victory
    allies: 36,200 sailors killed[1][2]
    36,000 merchant seamen killed[1][2]
    3,500 merchant vessels
    175 warships
    central: 30,000 sailors killed[3]
    783 submarines
  • battle of Britain

    battle of Britain
    Britain leaders: Hugh Dowding,Keith Park,Trafford Leigh-Mallory,CJ Quintin Brand,Richard Saul
    Nazi leaders: Hermann Göring,Albert Kesselring, Hugo Sperrle
    Hans-Jürgen Stumpff
    Italian leader: Rino Corso Fougier
    The English won
    Casualties and losses
    544 aircrew killed[8][9][10]
    422 aircrew wounded[11]
    1,547 aircraft destroyed[nb 8]
    Nazi and Italian
    2,698 aircrew killed[12]
    967 captured
    638 missing bodies identified by British authorities[13]
    1,887 aircraft destroyed
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    world war 2 allies victories

  • singapore

    allies leaders: Arthur Percival (POW) ,Gordon Bennett,Lewis Heath (POW,)Merton Beckwith
    central leaders: Tomoyuki Yamashita,Takuma Nishimura[1],Takuro Matsui,Renya Mutaguchi
    allies victory
    allies: 85,000
    5,000 killed or wounded
    80,000 captured
    central: 4,485
    1,713 killed
    2,772 wounded
  • moscow

    russian leaders: Joseph Stalin,Georgy Zhukov,Aleksandr Vasilevsky
    german leaders: Adolf Hitler,Fedor von Bock,Heinz Guderian,Albert Kesselring
    russian victory
    allies: 500,000–1,280,000
    german: 280,000–750,000
  • pearl harbor

    pearl harbor
    u.s leaders: Husband Kimmel,Walter Short
    Japanese leaders:Chuichi Nagumo,Isoroku Yamamoto
    Allies victory
    4 battleships sunk
    3 battleships damaged
    1 battleship grounded
    2 other ships sunk[nb 2]
    3 cruisers damaged[nb 3]
    3 destroyers damaged
    3 other ships damaged
    188 aircraft destroyed
    159[3] aircraft damaged
    2,402 killed
    1,247 wounded[4][5]
    4 midget submarines sunk
    1 midget submarine grounded
    29 aircraft destroyed
    64 killed
  • midway

    U.S leaders:Chester W. Nimitz, Frank Jack Fletcher, Raymond A.
    Japanese leaders: Isoroku Yamamoto,Nobutake Kondō,Chūichi Nagumo,Tamon Yamaguchi , Yanagimoto
    The U.S won
    U.S: 1 carrier sunk
    1 destroyer sunk
    ~150 aircraft destroyed
    307 killed
    4 carriers sunk
    1 cruiser sunk
    248 carrier aircraft destroyed[3]
    3,057 killed[4]
  • alamein

    allies leaders: Claude Auchinleck,Dorman Smith
    central leaders:Erwin Rommer, Enea Navarini
    allies victory
    allies:13,250 casualties
    centrai: German: 10,000 casualties[4]
    Italian: unknown
  • stalingrad

    allies leaders: Joseph Stalin,Georgy Zhukov,Nikolay Voronov,A.M. Vasilevsky,Andrei Yeremenk, Nikita Khrushchev,K.K. Rokossovsky,Nikolai Vatutin,Vasily Chuikov
    central leaders: Adolf Hitler,Erich von Manstei, Friedrich Paulus , Hermann Hoth,Wolfram von Richthofen,Petre Dumitrescu,C. Constantinescu,Italo Gariboldi, Gusztáv Vitéz Jány,Viktor Pavičić
    russian victory
    est. 850,000 killed, missing or wounded
    central: Approx. 1,150,000 killed, missing or wounded
  • guadalcanal

    U.S leaders: Robert L. Ghormley,William Halsey, Jr, Richmond K. Turner, Alexander A. Vandegrift, Alexander Patch
    japan leaders: Isoroku Yamamoto, Nishizo Tsukahara, Jinichi Kusak, Hitoshi Imamura,Harukichi Hyakutake
    U.S victory
    U.S: 7,100 dead
    4 captured
    29 ships lost
    615 aircraft lost
    Japan: 31,000 dead
    1,000 captured
    38 ships lost
    683–880 aircraft lost
  • milne bay

    milne bay
    australian leaders: Cyril Clowes
    central leaders: Gunichi Mikaw, Masajiro Hayashi,Minoru Yano
    austrialia victory
    allies: 167 killed or missing
    206 wounded[3]
    United States:
    14 kille
    625 killed[4]
    311 wounded
  • kursk

    germany leaders: Erich von Manstein, Günther von Kluge, Hermann Hoth,Walther Model,Hans Seidemann,Robert Ritter von
    russians leaders: Georgy Zhukov.Konstantin Rokossovsky,Nikolay Vatutin,Aleksandr Vasilevsky,Ivan Konev
    russian victory
    russia: 863,303 casualties[nb 8]
    6,064 tanks and assault guns[nb 9]
    1,626[19] aircraft
    5,244 guns[19] germany: 203,000[13]-500,000[14] casualties
  • D-day

    u.s leaders: Dwight D. Elsenhover, Omar Bradley
    english leader: Trafford Leigh-Mallory,Arthur Tedder,Miles Dempsey, Bertram Ramsay, Bernard
    germany leader: Gerd von Rundstedt,Erwin Rommel,Leo Geyr von Schweppenburg, Friedrich Dollmann, Hans von Salmuth
    Wilhelm Falley
    Allies victory
    allies: At least ~12,000 overall casualties.[note 2]
    germany: Estimated between 4,000 and 9,000 casualties.[
  • phillipine sea

    phillipine sea
    us leaders: Raymond A. Spruance,Marc A. Mitscher
    japan leaders: Jisaburō Ozawa,Kakuji Kakuta
    U.S victory
    allies: 1 battleship damaged,123 aircraft destroyed
    central: 3 fleet carriers sunk
    2 oilers sunk
    550–645 aircraft destroyed[1]
    6 other ships damaged
  • iwo juma

    iwo juma
    allies leaders: Holland Smith, Marc Mitscher, Alexander Vandegrift, Graves B. Erskine, Clifton Cates, Keller E. Rockey,Chester W. Nimitz,Raymond A. Spruance
    central leaders: Tadamichi Kuribayashi, Takeichi Nishi
    allies victory
    allies: 6,821 killed
    2 captured but recovered[2]
    19,217 wounded[1]
    central: 21,844 killed[1]
    216 taken prisoner
  • okinawa

    allies leaders: Simon B. Buckner ,Roy Geiger,Joseph Stilwell,Chester W. Nimita, Raymond A. Spruance, Philip Vian,Bruce Fraser
    central leaders: Mitsuru Ushijima, Isamu Chō , Minoru Ota,Keizō Komura
    victory of allies
    allies: 12,513 killed
    38,916 wounded,
    33,096 non-combat losses
    Total: 84,570
    central: About 95,000+ killed
    7,400–10,755 captured
    Total: 105,755
  • VE day

    VE day
    mark the date when the World War II Allies formally accepted the unconditional surrender of the armed forces of Nazi Germany and the end of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich, thus ending the war in Europe
  • vj day

    vj day
    effectively ending World War II, and subsequent anniversaries of that event. The term has been applied to both of the days on which the initial announcement of Japan's surrender was made – to the afternoon of August 15, 1945, in Japan, and, because of time zone differences, to August 14, 1945 (when it was announced in the United States and the rest of the Americas and Eastern Pacific Islands) – as well as to September 2, 1945, when the signing of the surrender document occurred, officially endin