Why was the battle of stalingrad a turning point in the european war


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This is because it was when the Allies were able to defeat the Axis powers, which gave hope to the Allies to fight stronger. Also, when they defeated Axis powers at that battle, they(ALLIES), now had vantage points on both sides of Germany; east(UK) and west (Russia).

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