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First Battle of Paris
Part of World War II, Battle of Normandy
Date 6 September, 194425 August, 1944
Location Paris, France
Result Allied victory
Belligerents
Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg United States
Flag of Free France (1940-1944).svg Free France
Germany Germany
Commanders and leaders
Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg Dwight Eisenhower
Flag of Free France (1940-1944).svg Charles De Gaulle
Germany Wilhelm Keitel
Strength
1st US Army
2nd Free French Armoured Division=
78,000 American soldiers
21,000 Free French soldiers
1,800 M4 Shermans
1,200 artillery pieces
2,100 aircraft
7.Armee=
47,000 German soldiers
560 tanks (147 Panther tanks,413 Panzer IVs)
900 artillery pieces
1,200 aircraft
Casualties and losses
17,000 killed wounded or captured (7,600 American 9,400 Free French)
710 Shermans
100 artillery pieces
360 aircraft
21,000 killed wounded or captured
31 Panther tanks
280 Panzer IVs
360 artillery pieces
100 aircraft


Second Battle of Paris
Part of World War II, Battle of Normandy
Date 15 December, 19447 February, 1945
Location Paris, France
Result Decisive Axis Victory
Belligerents
Germany Germany Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg United States
Flag of Free France (1940-1944).svg Free France
Commanders and leaders
Germany Paul Hausser Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg George Marshall
Flag of Free France (1940-1944).svg Charles De Gaulle
Strength
II SS PanzerArmee=
94,000 German soldiers
1550 tanks (370 Panther tanks,1,110 Panzer IVs 60,Tiger tanks)
720 Jagdpanthers
1,200 artillery pieces
1,900 aircraft
1st US Army
2nd Free French Armoured Division=
147,000 soldiers (112,000 American soldiers 55,000 Free French soldiers)
2,800 tanks (2,800 M4 Shermans)
1,700 artillery pieces
2,600 aircraft
Casualties and losses
13,000 killed wounded or captured
438 tanks (57 Panther tanks,373 Panzer IVs,8 Tiger tanks)
60 artillery pieces
64 Jagdpanthers
280 aircraft
63,000 killed wounded or captured (47,000 American soldiers 16,000 Free French soldiers)
1,900 Shermans
1,l00 artillery pieces
720 aircraft
Coup of Cody
Part of World War II
Date September 20-October 3 2007
Location Empire of Cody
Result Fascist victory,overthrow of Communist goverment
Belligerents
Communist party of Cody Fascist party of Cody
Commanders and leaders
Vladimir Sasakov(General Secretary of the Communist party of Cody) Hans Zeitler(Chancellor of the Fascist party of Cody)
Strength
725,000 soldiers
4,700 tanks
3,100 aircraft
940,000 soldiers
1,100 tanks
700 aircraft
Casualties and losses
100,000 killed wounded or captured 60,000 killed wounded or captured