Some say the turning point of the war was when allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. After listening to a few lectures I have come to realize that it was actually the Battle of Stalingrad where the fierce fighting between the Axis and Russian forces fought over the city for 5 months. It is there where the German forces ran out of food and ammunition and surrendered to Russian forces. Hence lead to the downfall and the march back towards Germany. For those that are history buffs and think other wise, what are your views on this notion that the war was tipped in the Allied forces side because of the victory at Stalingrad?