You'll get as many different answers as there were armies. People will tend to vote for their own nation's army. This is very subjective and there are many criteria you could use to judge this.
This is politically incorrect, but the answer is: Germany. They were defeated because they were simply out-manned and outgunned. And, failures of their leadership (Hitler) sealed their defeat.
They thought they could ignore the lesson Napoleon was taught in Russia. But if they could have held off the Allies for another six months to a year, they could have used their atomic bombs that were almost ready to get the East Coast, maybe to the mid-west of the U.S. from Norway. (Yes, they were first in that as well as rocketry and jet aircraft.)
So now we are learning Spanish and Chinese instead of German. :-)
At the beginning of the war, Germany. At the end of the war Russia. As Napoleon remarked "luck favors the big battalions" . At platoon level I would wish to be with the New Zealanders.
I go for the German Army. They have the best army only poor and stupid Leader -- Hitler. If you read the history books they do have the best and quality soldiers and training. Plus they have the discipline and equipment. It just happen they are in the dark side.
I too would say the German Army. Their tactics, especially at the beginning of the war, were revolutionary and took so many by surprise, for example, the way they so eaily overran the French. But Russia was their undoing, and Hitler's underestimation of the Soviet Union's capabilities. x
I would have to agree and say Germany, just poor leadership and decision making lost them the war. On an individual level I would have to say the British 8th Army's Desert Rats for what they achieved not only in North Africa against Rommel's Afrika Korps, but exploits in Italy, France and Germany.
The German War Machine was the best, great soldiers for evil purpose........
by sannyasinman 5 years ago
The world is commemorating the "Allies" victory and the famous Normandy Landing and World War II: The Lies Grow More Audacious . . . http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-norman … us/5386028
by Helna 6 years ago
What was the reason for world war I?
by Deforest 4 years ago
Image: Adolf Hitler in vanquished Paris, June 23 1940Nothing must be done between England and Germany which would in any way violate the prestige of Great Britain. Adolf HitlerWhen Hitler realized that his original idea, the creation of a powerful Reich of all Germans allied to Britain, could...
by Deforest 5 years ago
Another lie that we've been fed to. I've learnt like everybody that the Allies declared war to Germany because it invaded Poland on Sept 1939, the truth is different. Georges VI's speech says it all! You will notice that the style is the copycat of the one we use to justify our invasions...
by Joana e Bruno 7 years ago
Can we be headed for World War III?
by johndwilliams 4 years ago
Has World War III already started?Do you think that the world is reaching a financial state of collapse and that the advent of WWIII is the only way to resolve this issue?
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