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Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway
Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway
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Assault
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Analysis: Why was Blitzkrieg so effective in Poland
Analysis: Why was Blitzkrieg so effective in Poland
Analysis
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Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway
Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway

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Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway

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1 Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway

Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway

A2 History

2 Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg

Operation Fall Weiss was planned by German High Command Hans Guderain and Ernst Rommel able to implement Blitzkrieg strategy in the plans for the Invasion of Poland AIM – to conquer Poland before an assault in the West by France and Britain

3 Assault

Assault

September 1st 1939 4th Army (Group North) attacks Eastward into the Polish Corridor (von Boch) 3rd Army (Group North) attacks Polish Corridor in Westerly direction from East Prussia.

4 Assault

Assault

1st September 1939 10th Army (Groups South) advance from Silesia directly to Warsaw 8th Army (Group South) advance to the west of 10th army 14th Army (Group South) advance to East of Warsaw Meet up with Army Group North and encircle Polish capital and defences.

5 Statistics

Statistics

Over 2000 Panzer tanks deployed by 5 armies Over 1000 planes of the Luftwaffe engaged in bombing missions against Polish positions

6 Capitulation

Capitulation

Warsaw surrenders, 28th September 1939 October 6th, remnants of Polish army surrenders

7 Analysis: Why was Blitzkrieg so effective in Poland

Analysis: Why was Blitzkrieg so effective in Poland

Firstly, put the success in context, it wasn’t as big a walk in the park as it may seem: There were 48,000 German casualties. 550 planes of the Luftwaffe were destroyed Many Polish troops, planes and the navy escaped

8 Analysis

Analysis

Superiority in the air Better training Archaic Polish weaponry Soviet involvement on 17th September Lack of response in West by France or Britain Surprise

9 Norway

Norway

Different terrain to Polish assault Coastal landings required Longer lines of supply Face stronger lines of fixed defence AIM – prevent British use of Norway as a base for operations against Germany

10 Norway

Norway

Codename Weserubung April 1940 107 German ships involved in sea borne operation Largest naval armada ever (at the time, overtaken several times in WW2)

11 Norway

Norway

Navy splits into groups. One landing in the north – near Narvik, the second near Trondheim and a third aiming for Bergen. Air assault coincides with landing Narvik captured by 18.10pm Day 1. Trondheim captured on Day 1. Bergen falls to German forces by 06.10am

12 Oslo

Oslo

Group 5 launches assault on Oslo Fjord on 8-9th April Bulcher (ship) sunk by Norweigan fire German withdrawal forced Norwegian Government escape Paratrooper assault on Oslo airfield, morning of April 9th.

13 Norway

Norway

Norway effectively under German control by April 10th (All major cities) British counter attack 13-14th April Narvik captured by British 28th May British destroy port, advance attempts fail. Total withdrawal of Allied troops, 7-8th June

14 Blitzkrieg in Poland and Norway
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