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military strategies employed by britain and germany done by amelia lau audrey goh tiziana tan 3gy
Military strategies

employed by

Britain and Germany

DONE BY AMELIA LAU, AUDREY GOH, TIZIANA TAN

3GY

britain
BRITAIN

The military strategies employed.

introduction video d
INTRODUCTION VIDEO! :D
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD1gWA9Rtwk
britain land
BRITAIN - LAND
  • Good foundation

 Mobilised economy

  • Armies

Single army command

(Might is combined)

  • Element of surprise!
britain sea
BRITAIN - SEA
  • Large ships

 use to counter Germany’s attack (operation Rheinbung)

  • Midget submarines
  • Code breaking
  • Quick defense strategies
britain air
BRITAIN - AIR
  • Defending multiple areas
  • Smart investments of money
  • Propaganda (: (: (:
germany
GERMANY

The military strategies employed.

germany land two main tactics that hilter used
GERMANY – LAND(Two main tactics that Hilter used)
  • Barbarossa
  • BLITZKREIG
  • Operation Blue
barbarossa
Barbarossa
  • The first version of the plan was to have a massive attack on Moscow – his primary target. He also wanted a secondary attack on Kiev and two masking attacks in the Baltic towards Leningrad and in Moldavia in the south.
  • For the next version of the plan, he changed Marcks plan by having three thrusts; a major one against Moscow, a smaller attack on Kiev and a major attack on Leningrad. After taking Moscow and Leningrad, Halder wanted a move north to Archangel. After Kiev had fallen, he envisaged a drive into the Don/Volga region.
  • The third and final variant was Hitler’s plan which he codenamed Barbarossa.
blitzkreig

BLITZKREIG

AIMS :

>He wanted to fully develop and implement this strategy of Blitzkrieg or lighting war to ensure that Germany would never again be humiliated as they were in World War 1.

>Hitler now had his military operation of Blitzkrieg to accomplish his goals of world domination.

slide11
STRENGTH: The only weapon that stopped the blitzkrieg of Germany was the very severe Russian winter.
  • German and Hitler’s blitzkrieg military strategies were considered to be one of the most successful military tactics ever implanted in the history of warfare.
operation blue
Operation blue

Hitler drove east at the beginning of May

Thrust was dynamic

EFFECTIVENESS: 170,000 Russians taken prisoner in the first week

germany sea
GERMANY - SEA
  • Modern technology
  • Cutting enemy’s supplies off
  • Using good strategies from others
operation rheinubung
Operation Rheinubung

AIMS:

break into the Atlantic and attack Allied shipping, Was mainly not to defeat enemies of equal strength, but to tie them down in a delaying action, while preserving her combat capacity as much as possible, so as to allow more ships to get at the merchant ships in the convoy.

germany air
GERMANY - AIR
  • Superior weaponary
  • Modern design and technology
similarities in strategies employed by germany and britain
SIMILARITIES IN STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY GERMANY AND BRITAIN

GERMANY

Had well-planned strategies

  • Increased war production
  • Well-prepared
  • Modern technology
  • Propaganda
  • Fast thinking

Had well-planned strategies

  • Increased war production
  • Well-prepared
  • Modern technology
  • Propaganda
  • Fast thinking

BRITAIN

differences in military strategies employed by germany and britain
DIFFERENCES IN MILITARY STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY GERMANY AND BRITAIN

GERMANY

  • Used the latest and newest model for weapons
  • Depended on heavy weapons
  • War efforts at the expense of others
  • Used weapons that were not very fast
  • Depended on wit
  • War efforts were voluntary

BRITAIN

bibliography

bibliography

http://historyworldwar2.com/blitzkrieg-hitler.html

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/operation_barbarossa.htm

we used wikipedia too d and books
WE USED WIKIPEDIA TOO :D AND BOOKS

BOOKS:

Stewart Ross

The second world war

Karen Farrington:

The soldier’s war

War at sea

War for the air

War Diaries

done by amelia lau 2 audrey goh 4 tiziana tan 3gy
DONE BY

AMELIA LAU(2)

AUDREY GOH(4)

TIZIANA TAN()

3GY

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