Most decisive battle in WW2? info
What do you think, which one of so many battles was most decisive during WW2. I put into poll those battles which one I think were important, but if you like to give your own ideas feel free to put comment.
First I think that war was lost because of lot of things. Axis powers had too many flanks to concentrate their forces and too little war production (especially before Speer became Minister of Armaments for Germany). Still production of Soviet Union, USA and Great Britain was just too much for Germany.
I think that final blow for Axis powers in Europe was failed attack in Kursk. After that it was too late to stop Soviets before Western Allies arrived to Italy and in next year into France.
EDIT: Well, seemingly poll don't have Battle of Midway one of it's options as it should. Well if someone wants to vote it he can mention it in reply.
There are no desperate situations, the are only desperate people - Heinz Guderian