Show on the map how W. Churchill planned the Allied offensive in Europe. Why did F. Roosevelt and I.V. Stalin disagree with this plan? Determine how the major anti-fascist uprisings were linked.
Churchill planned to open a second front against Germany in the Balkans, however, this was contrary to military logic. Indeed, in the event of a landing in the Balkans, it would be easier for the Germans to defend themselves, Roosevelt and Stalin, naturally, did not agree with this plan and decided to open a second front in Normandy.All anti-fascist uprisings were now interconnected, because the allied countries helped each other. Large anti-fascist uprisings can be distinguished on the map: Bulgaria -Sofia, Romania-Bucharest, Yugoslavia-Belgrade, Italy -Milan, France-Paris, Poland-Warsaw, Czech Republic-Prague and Germany-Berlin.
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