Liberation of Paris

Operation Market Garden

After major witnessed defeats in Normandy as of July and August of 1944, many remnants of the German forces went on to withdraw across the renowned Low Countries and even Eastern France, which was towards the famous German border during the month of August. In the Northern part, in the first week of September, the British renowned 21st Army Group went on to send its dreaded British Second Army that was commanded by the Lieutenant-General and respected Sir Miles Dempsey . This further advanced on a given line running from the Antwerp to Belgium, while its only First Canadian Army, which was under the famous Lieutenant-General, worked in a bid to pursue its task of eventually recapturing the wanted ports of Boulogne-sur-Mer, Dieppe, and Le Havre (Bradley, 1951). 

The Battle of the Bulge

It was launched on the winter onset, on the 16th of December by the Germany Army to counter France. The main aim was to turn the war in Hitler’s favor, a move that would overturn the perceived already-won war. This counteroffensive attack was out to eventually change the whole outcome of the war. The War also tested the courage and the fortitude of the American Army and their diversity. Since it was considered as the greatest war on land, it had great impacts on the economies of all the nations involved (Bradley, 1951). 

The Yalta

It was held in February 4–11, in 1945, which represented the Second World War’s most of the leaders of strong countries of the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States  with the main purpose of clearly discussing the post-war Europe reorganization. This was meant to bring together all the European nations and do away with the World War II that had succumbed and watered down the formidable economic forces within the regions. The stability of the nations was core to the survival and interaction of all the nations involved (Bradley, 1951). 

Dresden Fire Bombings

The renowned Bombing of Dresden was a planned attack on the famous city of Dresden, which is the capital of the given German Saxony state. It took place during the final months of World War II. There were four raids that occurred between the 13th  and the 15th of  February, 1945, where 722 heavy bombers sent by British Royal Air Force and also 527 of the United States Air Force, which eventually dropped more than four thousand tons of extremely high-explosive bombs on that city. There was a massive destruction from the firestorm for over 39 square kilometers in the city center.  This war led to the death of more than 25,000 people (Keegan, 1989).

Roosevelt dies

The war led to the death of many renowned people, including Roosevelt, which dealt a big blow to his followers. This left little hope for the people who believed in overcoming any difficulties.

Hitler commits suicide

After that event when Hitler sensed he had no option left, he decided to take his life. This led to the eventual surrendering of the German nation since they had no powers to defend them.

Unconditional surrender

After the whole war, there was no other option that accepting defeat and surrendering.

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