Why Germany lost WWII

by JeffT 20 Replies latest social humour

  • core

    Hitler lost the war as he interfered with the professional Generals and directed every move, Churchill and then Roosevelt left it the the General Staff and made noise but did not interfere.

    The German Generals obeyed tothe last letter - Allied leaders in the field used initiative

  • Big Tex
    Big Tex

    Churchill was really looking for a cigar.

  • glenster

    Re: "It was those pesky japanese that made the US go to war. The global elite
    were actually finacing the nazi party in the US."

    It's a shame certain rich prominent business people, such as those who
    invested in Hitler's 1933 campaign, see money as ethically as some poor people
    who just see organized crime as a way to make money without going to college or
    paying taxes. In some cases, they were partly being pragmatic about power
    plays, such as between Germany and Russia, neither one being led by great
    examples of ethics. The worst examples of investment by those rich people, such
    as Henry Ford helping the publication of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion"
    (later distributed by Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam), don't reflect the
    majority of US concern at the time, though.

    The US was mainly concerned to help the Allies. Within a few days, the US
    reacted to being attacked by Japan on Dec.7, 1941, by declaring war on Japan,
    Germany declared war on the US and attacked ships on the Atlantic coast, so the
    US declared war on Germany.

  • BurnTheShips

    Two things: Operation Barbarossa, and the entry of the US into the list after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

    And yes, although Hitler was a political genius, he certainly wasn't a military one. He thought he knew more than his general staff. It's a fatal error, to believe your own hype.


  • Satans little helper
    Satans little helper

    If Hitler had invaded the UK after Dunkirk it would have all been over, with or without the intercedence of the US. Losing the UK as a springboard for D Day would have made retaking Europe impossible. Apparently Hitler did not invade because of the advice of his fortune teller.

    Obviously the sheer amount of men and material from the USA was one of the biggest factors in the Allies winning the war although Hitler made a series of fatal strategic errors, the biggest of which was engaging in war on two fronts.

  • watson

    If Hitler had won, then the preaching work would have been cut short.....it wasn't time yet.

  • wha happened?
    wha happened?

    It took some time to gear up for the US. Their army was rated 33 in the world back then. The battle ships were relics and their tanks were death traps. Once the momentum got going some of the greatest weapons of their day were developed.

  • avishai
    It was those pesky japanese that made the US go to war . The global elite were actually finacing the nazi party in the US.

    In conspiracy jargon, "Global elite" usually=Jews. I hardly doubt this was the case. Absolutely absurd.

  • glenster

    Here's a list of secret societies like the alleged "New World Order" in case
    any conspiracy theorists run out of ideas. "The Sons of Lee Marvin" looks like

  • sacolton

    Hitler was too greedy for land. He spread his forces out way too thin. If he just didn't piss off the Russians and concentrated on holding Europe ... he would have been a real problem to the Allies.

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