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Battles Won and Lost: The Battle of Stalingrad, 1942
The Battle of Stalingrad, 1942
Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  The History Channel  |  June 26, 2020

Over varying terrains, at sea and in the air, battles were fought and decided by access to resources and strategies tailored to their location. Through the islands of the Asia Pacific theatre, where the American's island hopping tactics and massive carrier fleet took full advantage of their environment. In the skies over Britain, where the fight for air supremacy hinged on proximity to supplies and aircraft factories. Or in the bombed remains of Stalingrad, where German soldiers marched to their captivity or death. These were battles won or lost using tactics that capitalised on the region where they were fought.

Over varying terrains, at sea and in the air, battles were fought and decided by access to resources and strategies tailored to their location. Through the islands of the Asia Pacific theatre, where the American's island hopping tactics and massive carrier fleet took full advantage of their environment. In the skies over Britain, where the fight for air supremacy hinged on proximity to supplies and aircraft factories. Or in the bombed remains of Stalingrad, where German soldiers marched to their captivity or death. These were battles won or lost using tactics that capitalised on the region where they were fought.

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