Originally Posted by DTop
Farseer, you could/should have just as easily included The Battle of Britain, The Fall of France, and Midway if you were really wanted to talk about WWII in its entirety. After all, the war was not quite over after hostilities ceased in the ETO, was it? Is it that you are merely trolling for D-Day responses? I hope not because I'll have to lock this thread if it was. We don't allow trolling or country bashing.
Well, Midway was included, but seemingly I did forgot to add it as "option" and that is why I asked anyone who would like to vote it to mention about it in reply. And for D-Day, I have consulted with many people from different countries and it seems to be that those who knows most about ww2 usually says that Kursk or Stalingrad was turning point and those who have only limited knowledge says either D-Day or Stalingrad, depending on where they are from. It's nothing wrong to think that D-Day were important or even decisive battle, but I would like to know why it was so important.
And for Battle of Britain and Fall of France, yes they were important points in war, but I wished mainly to ask in which battle was most as turning point of war.