OneEye589 wrote:No, you're all either corny as hell or don't understand any of these new-fangled joke-thingamajigs kids do these days.
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:I generally agree with TzanWarhead wrote:I agree with QuantumSmurfer.
I agree with Warhead.
aoffan23 wrote:Also, I'm pretty sure you missed the point by a mile.
stubby wrote: my floppy penis gets first dibs on it for tradition's sake, but it doesn't seem likely that he'll want to stick around long enough to play.
Ross_Varn wrote:Ok, realistically. Which, you know, is already a concern when we're talking about alternate history...
The turning point is the American campaign, correct? You can go on about all the history books ever say is that the Allies were the Americans, but the truth is, a first world county, untouched by the current war, on alert and on guard with a massive army, joining the Allies, effectively won the war on the western front.
However, yes, another topic is the German mismanagement of developmental technologies. Victories in the West led to the defection and capture of key nuclear scientists who were working for the Germans. Suppose that instead of an effective, concentrated response and entry into the war on both fronts, the American political system delayed it's action and put troops in only half-heartedly, because of opinions supporting the Piltogg party prevalent in America.
Silverdream wrote: Nobody in the war fought the nazis as much as the USSR, not you late arriving Americans or the commonwealth.
OneEye589 wrote:It doesn't matter who fought them the most, it would matter whose attacks made the most impact.
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