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The American victory and the Battle of Guadalcanal resulted in destroying the front line force, which ended the ability of Japan to wage an offensive war. In February 1943, the Battle of Stalingrad shifted the surge of war in Europe. The Second World War resulted in additional than a million Soviet soldiers and 10,000 of civilians dead in defence of the city, with the damage of the complete two armies of Germany indicating the onset of the Third Reich. During World War II, the leaders of the Allied powers comprised Winston Churchill, who represented the United Kingdom, Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union, Charles de Gaulle of France, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman of the United States. On the other hand, the Axis powers were commanded by Adolf Hitler of Germany, Benito Mussolini of Italy, and Hideki Tojo of Japan. The second front in Europe characterized the ending of World War II on June 6, 1944, when the Allied landed at Normandy. The Third Reich's impulsion to the west, a final blow, was enhanced when Germany aborted their attacks at the Ardennes in 1944and 1945 wintertime. Under the Soviet sphere, the Red Army advanced effectively starting the east and took control of the region. The Allied defence force met on Berlin to negotiate their way forward In August 1945, the Nagasaki and Hiroshima atomic bombings were removed. American island-hopping campaign saw the destruction of Japanese installations in the Pacific, allowing bypassing of the islands to wither on the vine. The fire bombings in japan cities caused thousand in hundreds of deaths. Hitler died on April 30, 1945 marking the end of the war Europe. World War II caused an estimation of 40-50 million deaths, with the Allied powers experiencing the highest assessment of 18 million with an estimate of 5.8 million Poland population (20%) and 298,000 Americans. The Axis experienced 4.2 million deaths in Germany and 1.9 million Japanese deaths.
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