If you had to identify three things that explain why Hitler and the Axis lost World War II, what would they be?
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Interesting, Thief12, bringing up possibilities that I never really thought about. I was thinking about his failure to appreciate the possibilities of nuclear research or Messerschmidt jets earlier in the war, which could have stopped Allied bombing
Borsia, hope that you are doing well. Historians say that Hitler should have made nice with Russia until he defeated the allies in the West.
Probably true but he didn't want Stalin to get any stronger. He still could have won if he hadn't been such an idiot. Scary but true.
But you know what they say "madmen and fools"
Tireless, the concept was called lebensraum(Living space) it is found in Mein Kamph, Hitler' blueprint for the Third Reich. Followme here...
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Hi, Charles, if Hitler was anything, he was stubborn. Did he not have visions of Russia as 'living space' as an ultimate goal? He underestimated the industrial capacity of the U.S., a fatal blunder. You are quite the historian, thanks for your imput