Would it have been possible for Germany to win ww2?
As we celebrate the ending of the war 75 years ago, know this: victory for the Allies was never guaranteed, and historians agree there were countless ways Germany could have won the war. Defeat never came down to one battle or one campaign.
How many soldiers did Germany have in 1945?
During World War II, a total of about 13.6 million soldiers served in the German Army. Army personnel were made up of volunteers and conscripts.
German Army (1935–1945)
|Size||Total served: 13,600,000|
|Headquarters||Maybach I, Wünsdorf|
|Equipment||List of army equipment|
Did Germany win any battles in 1945?
After the battle both sides claimed victory and modern views as to who won the battle remain contradictory. Because the war was almost over and the battle had no strategic impact on the ongoing Battle of Berlin, German historiography has focused more on its tactical aspects.
Battle of Bautzen (1945)
|Date||21–30 April 1945|
- Did Germany lose World War II when/because “kill ratios” started moving “against” her?
- Was there a direct telephone line between Stalin and Hitler during the war?
- How strong a land force did Germany need for a conquest of the British Isles in the summer of 1940?
- Can the German success on the Eastern front be largely explained by superior air power?
- Did the Germans fuel the general’s purge?
- What percentage of troops in the Wehrmacht were front-line combat troops?
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