Lieutenant Norgård wrote: The two most important reasons:
- When he sent soldiers into the russian winter without proper clothing and equipment for the conditions. As a Norwegian I know a bit about how stupid that is, even though I haven't been out in the russian winter.
- The most important event: D-DAY. An event that most definitly turned the war around. If this operation had failed, the war would have lasted for many more years, and it is good reason to belive that the outcome would have been different.
Dara wrote:Interesting. I had never heard of Hitler's thoughts to start he war later. That certainly puts a new spin on things. Thanks for the information, I guess I have more research to do.
padraigmc wrote:The German Navy was in no way ready for the War with small numbers of U boats and this was only made worse by the huge losses in Destroyers during the Norwegian campaign:
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest