The Battle of Hamburg was one of the last battles of World War II, where the remaining troops of the German 1st Parachute Army fought the British VIII Corps for the control of Hamburg, between 18 April and 3 May 1945. British troops were met with fierce resistance inside the city as Hamburg was the last significant remaining pocket of resistance in the north. Once the British had captured the city, they continued their advance north-east and sealed off the remnants of the 1st Parachute Army and Army Group Northwest in the Jutland peninsula.

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  • Bataille de HambourgFichier:Hamburg Liberation 04.jpg Sherman Firefly britannique à Hambourg, 3 mai 1945. Campagne d'Allemagne,Seconde Guerre mondiale Batailles Campagne d'Allemagne de 1945Blackcock · Veritable · Grenade · Lumberjack · Undertone · Pont de Remagen · Traversée du Rhin · Varsity · Poche de la Ruhr · Francfort · Cassel · Heilbronn · Nuremberg · Hambourg · Amherst · Archway Front d’Europe de l’Ouest Front d’Europe de l’Est Campagnes d'Afrique, du Moyen-Orient et de Méditerranée Bataille de l’Atlantique Guerre du Pacifique Guerre sino-japonaise La bataille de Hambourg est l'une des dernières batailles de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, opposant ce qui restait de la 1. Fallschirm-Armee (parachutistes allemands) au VIIIe corps britannique pour le contrôle de la ville de Hambourg, du 18 avril au 3 mai 1945. (fr)
  • The Battle of Hamburg was one of the last battles of World War II, where the remaining troops of the German 1st Parachute Army fought the British VIII Corps for the control of Hamburg, between 18 April and 3 May 1945. British troops were met with fierce resistance inside the city as Hamburg was the last significant remaining pocket of resistance in the north. Once the British had captured the city, they continued their advance north-east and sealed off the remnants of the 1st Parachute Army and Army Group Northwest in the Jutland peninsula. (en)
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  • 1945-05-03 (xsd:date)
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  • British Victory
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  • 3 Divisions
  • 2 Divisions (Understrength)
  • ~10,000 troops
  • ~3,000 troops
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  • A British tank in the city centre after the battle.
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  • Heavy
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  • The Battle of Hamburg was one of the last battles of World War II, where the remaining troops of the German 1st Parachute Army fought the British VIII Corps for the control of Hamburg, between 18 April and 3 May 1945. British troops were met with fierce resistance inside the city as Hamburg was the last significant remaining pocket of resistance in the north. Once the British had captured the city, they continued their advance north-east and sealed off the remnants of the 1st Parachute Army and Army Group Northwest in the Jutland peninsula. (en)
  • Bataille de HambourgFichier:Hamburg Liberation 04.jpg Sherman Firefly britannique à Hambourg, 3 mai 1945. Campagne d'Allemagne,Seconde Guerre mondiale Batailles Campagne d'Allemagne de 1945Blackcock · Veritable · Grenade · Lumberjack · Undertone · Pont de Remagen · Traversée du Rhin · Varsity · Poche de la Ruhr · Francfort · Cassel · Heilbronn · Nuremberg · Hambourg · Amherst · Archway Front d’Europe de l’Ouest Front d’Europe de l’Est Campagnes d'Afrique, du Moyen-Orient et de Méditerranée Bataille de l’Atlantique Guerre du Pacifique Guerre sino-japonaise (fr)
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  • Battle of Hamburg (1945) (en)
  • Bataille de Hambourg (fr)
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