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Friday, September 1, 2017

Why Germany Lost World War 2?



Lies being taught;
Adolf Hitler, a man who swept the Germans up to incredible victories, was also the main reason Germany ultimately lost the war. He refused to accept reality, took no advice from his Generals and then made poor decisions.

Now the truth; 
Before Hitler, England and France had attacked and enslaved more than 100 countries in Africa, Asia, America including Canada, and Australia, NZ etc. England & France were like a big bully of your school snatching away candy of small children the 3rd world countries. America got independence with the help of French Army because of fighting between England & France over world domination. 


Then along came Hitler who single handedly made German a superpower in a matter of few years. He was also attacked by England and France. But this time England and France took on more than they could chew. France was overrun in a matter of 2 weeks, England lay in ruins and became insolvent. From a zero in 1920, Hitler took Germany to such heights that it took the combined might of all powers America, Britain, China, Russia, France and 121 other nations to defeat Germany size of Texas because collectively these 121 nations had far more resources than Germany. But thanks to Hitler, the 100 nations/small children who were enslaved by the Big Bullies like England & France got their freedom.
 
The defeat of Hitler is similar to a story, I heard when I was young.
“There was a lion who came into view of a troupe of hyenas. The Lion, was a large one, powerful and forbidding to behold, a creature of undeniable magnificence. The hyenas were smaller, doglike creatures, with their broken-back gait. They gathered first in a little group, twenty meters from the lion, which was trying to feed on his kill. And then the hyenas had moved forming a circle around the lion, and whichever one was directly behind the powerful cat would move in to nip at its hindquarters, and lion would turn and roar and dart a few meters, and that hyena would withdraw quickly - but even as that happened, another one would advance behind the lion for another nip. Individually, these hyenas would have no more chance against this king of the grasslands than a man with a knife would have against a soldier armed with a machine gun, but try though he might, the lion could not protect his kill – nor even himself - and in just five minutes the lion was on the defensive, unable even to run properly, because there was always a hyena behind him nipping at his balls forcing the lion to run in a way that was pathetically comical, dragging his bottom on the grass he tried to maneuver. And then he was bit, as yet again he turned towards his new attacker, another bit him from his back and he thereafter it was never ending until he could fight no longer with so many and on so many sides and fronts. He ultimately, was unable to defend himself from so many and on so many fronts and lay dead and defeated. The hyenas took their kill, cackling in their odd laughing barks, as though finding amusement in their usurpation of the greater animal. And so the mighty had been vanquished by the lesser. Reminds me of the defeat of Germany and Hitler combined forces of USA, UK, France, Russia, China and armies of 121 nations attacking and ultimately defeating a powerful Germany size of Texas. 

Lion; Germany.

Hyenas; List of allied nations in World War 2 along with the dates when they attacked Germany the lone Lion;


1. Poland: September 1, 1939
2. France: September 3, 1939
3. United Kingdom: September 3, 1939 and its dominion states (4-57)
4. Australia: September 3, 1939
5. New Zealand: September 3, 1939
6. Canada: September 10, 1939
7. India: September 4, 1939
8. Pakistan: September 4, 1939
9. Bangladesh: September 4, 1939
10. Sri lanka; September 4, 1939
11. Nepal: September 4, 1939
12. Newfoundland: September 4, 1939
13. Tonga: September 4, 1939
14. South Africa: September 4, 1939
15. Antigua and Barbuda: September 4, 1939
16. Bahamas: September 4, 1939
17. Barbados: September 4, 1939
18. Botswana: September 4, 1939
19. Brunei: September 4, 1939
20. Cameroon: September 4, 1939
21. Cyprus: September 4, 1939
22. Dominica: September 4, 1939
23. The Gambia: September 4, 1939
24. Ghana: September 4, 1939
25. Grenada: September 4, 1939
26. Guyana: September 4, 1939
27. Jamaica: September 4, 1939
28. Kenya: September 4, 1939
29. Kiribati: September 4, 1939
30. Lesotho: September 4, 1939
31. Malawi: September 4, 1939
32. Malaysia: September 4, 1939
33. Singapore: September 4, 1939
34. Sabah and Sarawak: September 4, 1939
35. Maldives: September 4, 1939
36. Malta: September 4, 1939
37. Mauritius: September 4, 1939
38. Mozambique: September 4, 1939
39. Namibia: September 4, 1939
40. Nauru: September 4, 1939
41. Nigeria: September 4, 1939
42. Papua New Guinea: September 4, 1939
43. Saint Kitts and Nevis: September 4, 1939
44. Saint Lucia: September 4, 1939
45. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: September 4, 1939
46. Samoa: September 4, 1939
47. Seychelles: September 4, 1939
48. Sierra Leone: September 4, 1939
49. Solomon Islands: September 4, 1939
50. Swaziland: September 4, 1939
51. Tanzania: September 4, 1939
52. Tonga: September 4, 1939
53. Trinidad and Tobago: September 4, 1939
54. Tuvalu: September 4, 1939
55. Uganda: September 4, 1939
56. Vanuatu: September 4, 1939
57. Zambia: September 4, 1939
58 Denmark: April 9, 1940
59. Norway: April 9, 1940
60. Belgium: May 10, 1940
61. Luxembourg: May 10, 1940
62. Netherlands: May 10, 1940
63. Malta: June 10, 1940
64. Greece: October 28, 1940
65. Kingdom of Yugoslavia: April 6, 1941
66. Russia: June 22, 1941
67. Georgia: June 22, 1941
68. Armenia: June 22, 1941
69. Azerbaijan: June 22, 1941
70. Estonia: June 22, 1941
71. Latvia: June 22, 1941
72. Lithuania: June 22, 1941
73. Belarus: June 22, 1941
74. Moldova: June 22, 1941
75. Ukraine: June 22, 1941
76. Kazakhstan: June 22, 1941
77. Kyrgyzstan: June 22, 1941
78. Tajikistan: June 22, 1941
79. Turkmenistan: June 22, 1941
80. Uzbekistan: June 22, 1941
81. Tannu Tuva: June 25, 1941
After the attack on Pearl Harbor
82. United States: December 8, 1941
83. Panama: December 7, 1941
84. Philippines: December 7, 1941
85. Costa Rica: December 8, 1941
86. Dominican Republic: December 8, 1941
87. El Salvador: December 8, 1941
88. Haiti: December 8, 1941
89. Honduras: December 8, 1941
90. Nicaragua: December 8, 1941
91. Republic of China: December 9, 1941
92. Guatemala: December 9, 1941
93. Cuba: December 9, 1941
94. Korea: December 9, 1941
95. Czechoslovakia: December 16, 1941
96. Mexico: May 22, 1942
97. Brazil: August 22, 1942
98. Ethiopia: December 14, 1942
99. Iraq: January 17, 1943
100. Bolivia: April 7, 1943
101. Iran: September 9, 1943
102. Italy: October 13, 1943
103. Colombia: November 26, 1943
104. Liberia: January 27, 1944
After D-Day
105. Romania: August 25, 1944, (formerly a member of the Axis)
106. Bulgaria: September 8, 1944, (formerly a member of the Axis)
107. San Marino: September 21, 1944
108. Albania: October 26, 1944
109. Hungary: January 20, 1945, (formerly a member of the Axis)
110. Bahawalpur: February 2, 1945
111. Ecuador: February 2, 1945
112. Paraguay: February 7, 1945
113. Peru: February 12, 1945
114. Uruguay: February 15, 1945
115. Venezuela: February 15, 1945
116. Turkey: February 23, 1945
117. Lebanon: February 27, 1945
118. Saudi Arabia: March 1945
119. Argentina: March 27, 1945
120. Chile: April 11, 1945
121. People's Republic of Mongolia: August 9, 1945. 


3 comments:

  1. Hello,
    I understand you are an admirer of Nazi Germany, I dont see anything wrong in that to some extent. It is actually difficult to resist the fascination of the whole Nazi apparatus, the efficiency, the discipline, the organization, the industry and technology and the speed at which they grew.
    However I find the analogy with the Lion and the Hyenas quite misleading, perhaps romantic but certainly mistifying.
    Lions may go hunting for food, they may fight for leadership with other lions, but thats about it.
    Nazi Germany was an expansionist country that concentrated most of its efforts (unlike its neighbouring countries) in preparing and waging war. In that it was unmatched until the last years of WWII. Germany started the war, Germany invaded other countries. Lebensraum.
    Who started Barbarossa? Was soviet Russia a hyena nipping from behind? What help did the russians have?
    Germany was not alone, it had also allies.
    Whats the point of listing 121 countries, when the contribuition of most of them was nil? What was the war effort of Cameroon? Tuvalu? Barbados? Really?
    Germany lost the war for her own strategic and tactical mistakes and from the ones made by its allies. In the long run of course resources also made the difference.

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    1. You, sir are confusing Germany with expansionist England and France who had enslaved most of the World before Hitler came and liberated the enslaved countries. Hitler never attacked any country. check history index and who started WW2?

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  2. According to Viktor Suvorov in the war archive history analysis "icebreaker" , the attack of Germany on Russia was a preemtive strike. The (soviewt) Russians would have attacked Western Europe on the 4th of july 1941 to begin with with an invasion of Romania. You can search on Youtube for this man and find many exposes , like for the West point officers accademy explaining his thesis and proofs thereoff.

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