>>10938 Hitler could have won if he didn't divert so many forces north away from the oil fields during Case Blue. If he seized the oil fields he would have had enough forces to reinforce the German 6th Army and could have possibly captured the western bank of the Volga and annihilated the 5 Soviet armies fighting in Stalingrad.
>>10938 Because he was a terrible, delusional dictator whose sole attribute was pretending he wasn't. He got lucky from 1933 to 1942 and his victories can mostly be chalked up to the weakness of his enemies than to the strength of Germany
>>11432 >>11028 Hitler did not know of the Pearl Harbor plan beforehand. When informed in his headquarters on the evening of Dec. 7 of the strike and the damage suffered by US forces, he was “delighted,” according to British historian Ian Kershaw.
“We can’t lose the war at all. We now have an ally which has never been conquered in 3,000 years,” a jubilant Hitler said, as recounted in Mr. Kershaw’s authoritative biography of the German leader.
1. ANYTHING WRITTEN BY IAN KERSHAW IS DUBIOUS, BECAUSE HE IS IF NOT AN OVERT ZIONIST, A CRYPTOZIONIST.
2. HOW DOES THAT PROVE THAT ADOLF HITLER WAS NOT AWARE THAT HE HAD VIRTUALLY "LOST THE WAR" AFTER THE FAILURE OF OPERATION "BARBAROSSA" AND THE EUROPEAN INVASION BY "THE ALLIES"?
3. ADOLF HITLER DID NOT HAVE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT THE JAPANESE PLANNED, AND WHEN HE CAME TO KNOW, HE DID NOT APPROVE OF IT, AND WAS FULLY AWARE OF THE DETRIMENTAL STRATEGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE ATTACK, BUT HE HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO DECLARE WAR ALSO, FULFILLING HIS DUTY AS THE JAPANESE EMPIRE'S ALLY.
I DO NOT HAVE A SOURCE FOR THIS NOW, BECAUSE I DO NOT REMEMBER WHERE I READ IT, NOR CAN I FIND IT, BUT IT WAS A LEGITIMATE SOURCE, UNLIKE THE ZIONIST "HISTORIAN" THAT YOU ARE REFERENCING.
ADDENDUM: IF YOU WANT AUTHENTIC NATIONAL SOCIALIST HISTORY READ THE "WORKS" BY VERONICA K CLARK, AND ANTONIO J MUÑOZ.
This lie is repeated so many times it is frustrating.
Go look at the terrain of the caucus mountains, notice something about it? They are fuck huge mountains. The entire area is defensive terrain and the german forces were already seriously bottlenecked.
More forces in the south would have just been feeding men into the meat grinder.
There was no good direction to push in. They couldn't expand in all directions, because they lacked the manpower and they couldn't keep pushing forward because the same thing would happen to them eventually (huge pocket from soviet attack on the rear).
The war was essentially lost in 1941. Nothing could have saved the german army.
>>14868 That's not the point. I never said he was great, only that he was real. The point is that what Jesus did directly influenced the founding of Christianity, the conversion of Rome and subsequent spread thereof, the formation of Christian European empires, and so on and so forth, and these effects are still being felt to this day. Jesus was real, and he had a MASSIVE impact on history, just as Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan did.
Hitler and the rest of the German high command thought the Soviets would fall like a house of cards after the initial invasion. It was only during 1942-43 that they realized just what shit they got themselves into. This was in part because after the Finnish Winter War, Germany and the rest of the world saw the Soviet military as laughable at best, seeing as a tiny nation like Finland was able to hold the Soviets off for so long.
A good source is the actual conversation between Hitler and Finnish leader Mannerheim in 1942, where Hitler reluctantly explains to Mannerheim just how little they expected Soviet industry to be able to recuperate so quickly in terms of arms and vehicles.
>>18673 >leading to a pact those pacts weren't worth the paper, hitler and stalin had a pact as well, only reason japan didn't attack ussr and went south is oil, siberian oil was discovered in the 60s, in 40s there was only timber there
>>18794 Well, oil was one of the biggest weaknesses of both Axis powers. Nazi pilots and tank crews declined in quality due to cut training times because they couldn't spare the oil, and it limited the Tiger's effectiveness since it had a high fuel consumption.
>>10938 He obviously suffered from a sort of melomania. He was also not a military man but decided he was going to be the strategic leader of the military which is instantly retard level thinking. THe OSS (CIA during WW2) did a psychological assessment of Hilter and it's pretty interesting. They didn't view him as "stable".
>>11017 The US were strategically aligned against Germany from the very beginning. They supplied both Brits and the Soviets with a massive amount of resources to keep up their war efforts. Japan had nothing to do with it.
>>14405 Not really true the Germans could have Just passed Stalingrad and the defenders would have starved out. Opening up the huge amount of resources that were wasted in trying to take a strategically not very important city.
The War was lost at Stalingrad with the foolish decision to keep throwing men and equipment into the meat grinder.
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