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The reasons they lost the war:
1 They did not just take out Britain after the blitz of France, Belgium etc.
Yes I am aware it would still be very difficult for the Nazis to do this.
2 Invade Russia without enough materials, Tanks, Guns, men.
If they had also gotten Japan to invade Siberia.
Waited to gather oil from Romania,
Not halt the Strumgewer program
and just more men.
Have Japan wait to get the united States in the war.
If Japan would have waited they could very well had a better chance of winning the war.
Less Submarines more cruisers. If the Nazis had built more cruisers, battleships.
They could have put more of a strain on the British war effort.
Better anti aircraft guns.
If this was done the Nazi war effort would have been much less effective.
By Stephen N Russell
Just read on WH about an average German who knew of the Nazi atrocities being done.
& feel for those Germans when they knew of the Jews being sent East & concentration camps being erected to send them to the Death camps.
& if any Germans living in Poland after 1939 noticed the ash from cremation of the Jews in the said Death Camps??
Opens up a whole new yarn to German knowledge of Nazi crimes.
To run Poland etc they had to have employees run said cities etc thus average Germans in Poland would know about death camps, or how could use explain ash??
Am I right or was Poland under total Military control& No civilian Germans came to aid running of Govt.??
By Stephen N Russell
What if the US did fund Long range bombers & we had these in WW2:
B30 Connie bomber
What would outcome belike for Pacific area alone asideETO.
B17s would be be delegated to Lifeboat service to save crews & Maritime patrol over convoys inbound to UK.
What If if funding & tech issues No problem.
Imagine 10 squadrons of B19s bombing Japan with its bomb load alone.
Or B19s raiding Japan from Alaska vs Doolittle Raid by B25.
By Adam R
Hitler at first underestimated Stalin describing his government as "nothing more than an international criminal ring". But when the war in the East turned, Hitler realised he had an equally formidable and ruthless opponent, "he (Stalin) is a hell of a fellow, in his own way" said Hitler (quote from Albert Speer's memoirs).
Hitler and Stalin were responsible for millions of deaths, wars, invasions, war crimes and atrocities.
Who do you think was worse amongst these twentieth century despots?