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The invasion of the Soviet Union The German Occupation of

Operation Barbarossa (German: Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the code name for the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union, which started on Sunday, 22 June 1941, during World War II. The operation stemmed from Nazi Germany's ideological aims to conquer the western Soviet Union so that it could be repopulated by Germans, to use Slavs, especially Poles, as a slavelabour force for the Axis war


GermanySoviet Union relations, 19181941 - Wikipedia

The Battle of Stalingrad, between Germany and the Soviet Union, is considered not only the most important in World War II, but one of the most important in military history. The battle proved to be decisive for the Soviet Union and fundamentally changed altered the course of the war.


The invasion of the Soviet Union The German Occupation of

As the cities fell, the Germans captured vast numbers of Soviet troops often in sweeping pincer movements such as in the Uman pocket, and in the Minsk pocket. A million Soviet troops were captured in the first month of the invasion, and millions of POWs died in captivity, often in the most barbarous circumstances.

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