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Chapter 18 section 3. Victory in Europe. Objectives:. Identify where the Allied offensive in Europe began. Explain the impact of fighting in the Atlantic and in the air. Analyze how the Allies successfully invaded Normandy. Victory in Europe.

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Chapter 18 section 3

Chapter 18 section 3

Victory in Europe


  • Identify where the Allied offensive in Europe began.

  • Explain the impact of fighting in the Atlantic and in the air.

  • Analyze how the Allies successfully invaded Normandy.

Victory in europe
Victory in Europe

  • Battle of El Alamein British stopped Axis advance in North Africa.

  • Allies launch “Operation Torch”- plan to remove Axis from North Africa.

  • Attack 8 November 1942

  • British forces to push from the east

  • British- American forces to land at Casablanca, Oren, Algiers and move west.

  • General Dwight D. Eisenhower in command of Allied forces in North Africa.

  • Allies push Axis from North Africa and force their retreat to Europe in May 1943.

Italian campaign
Italian Campaign

  • Next step to attack “Fortress Europe”

  • Churchill in meetings with Stalin, Roosevelt believed the best place wasItaly.

  • Called it “soft underbelly”

  • 1st conquer Sicily launch pad to attack Italy.

End of mussolini
End of Mussolini

  • Just before Allies invaded King Removed Mussolini as P.M.

  • Ordered his arrest.

  • New P.M. signed armistice w/ Allies September ‘43

  • Germans took Mussolini north, set up base for him.

Battle of the atlantic
Battle of the Atlantic executed.

  • Sea battle for dominance of Atlantic

  • Axis submarine attacks took huge toll on Allies.

  • With sonar- sound waves that detect objects- Allies turn the tide in ’43.

  • Sea dominance allows Allies to protect cargo ships and sink Axis vessels.

  • By ’44 Allies win battle of Atlantic.

Air assaults
Air Assaults executed.

  • Allies begin strategic bombing campaign aimed at destroying German production and undermining morale.

  • Carpet Bombing- used by both sides.

  • Large # of bombs dropped over a wide area.

  • U.S. conducted daytime raids

  • British night.

Significance: executed.

  • Allied victory in the Battle of the Atlantic and in the skies over Europe allowed them to invade Europe.

Operation overlord
Operation Overlord executed.

  • Allies win control of sky, sea.

  • Opened Europe to invasion.

  • General George C. Marshall led planning.

D day
D-Day executed.

  • “D-Day”- Invasion of Europe.

  • 150,000 Allied troops landed on five beaches.

  • Utah executed.

  • Omaha U.S.

  • Juno

  • Gold British

  • Sword British and Canadian.

Battle of the bulge
Battle of the Bulge inland by July.

  • September ’44 allies pushed Germans back into Germany.

  • December Germans launch counter attack.

  • Push westward into Belgium/ Northern France

  • Created bulge in Allied front lines.

Yalta surrounded.

  • February ’45 Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin meet to plan post war peace in Yalta.

  • Planned to divide Germany between Allies and occupy after the war and outline plans for a new international peace organization.

Fall of germany
Fall of Germany surrounded.

  • Allied bombers kept bombing German cities destroying factories/ morale.

  • March ’45 allies cross the Rhine and drive toward center of Germany.

  • Soviets pushed from east, controlled most of Eastern Europe.

  • Churchill feared Soviets would keep territories it conquered from Germany, wanted Eisenhower to keep pushing east.