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Old April 25th, 2012, 06:12 PM   #101

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The part which leads me to conclude that these accounts cannot be taken at face value is that they're described as "alleged" by the author which immediately raises a red flag.
Its Soviet Russsia, what else would they raise


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Old April 25th, 2012, 06:28 PM   #102

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Its Soviet Russsia, what else would they raise


BA DUM tssshhh
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Old April 25th, 2012, 07:17 PM   #103
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like yall said i think the battle of britian was the turning point

i dont know if the germans were just bombing the wrong targets

getting out classed in the air in terms of pilots or something

but falling to take our Britian before taking out russia was a mastike plus not securing the atlantic
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Old April 25th, 2012, 09:29 PM   #104

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If Japan wouldn't have bombed the Americans at pearl harbor, The Axis had a chance of winning. Thats what caused the United States of America to join the Allies. Making the Allies more stronger.

If Hitler didn't order the invasion of Russia. The Axis still had a chance of winning the war. Because before the Soviet Union were allies with the Nazis. If they were still allies there is a possibility that the axis could have won the war.

Overall the Axis had a chance of winning the war.
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With Hitler as leader? No, they never did.

With a much smarter Hitler that let his generals do the planning and strategies? I personally believe, yeah they could have! Or at the very least get that jolly, old Stalin overthrowed! This is all the European Eastern theater of course. And without US involvement which, in real life distracted them enough to send forces too the Western Front.


I'm not well-read on the Pacific Front alot to decide whatever, Japan ever stood a chance to begin with, but it was foolish of them to attack when they were already stretched to thin. This is again with US involvement. Without it, it's possible China could have been taken.
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