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The Anglo-French were in a similar situation as well, with France being the worst off among the three. The Russians were the biggest offender having state sponsored persecution of Jews although not on the scale of the Nazis basically the same idea, get rid of the Jews. Most other leaders of that era did not have Hitlers absolute power and woud have been removed from power as soon as the war went badly A lot of the early war problems of the KuK is traced to Conrad Hotzendorff, who screwed up their mobilization. That debate had been around since the turn of the century, but gained particular notice after WWI because Britain was just so economically weak after the war it needed to reduce the expenses. Rohem had some different ideas about the development of a socialist German nation, and for the military. Except, you know, where one of the reforms instituted was to not launch any major attacks until fresh American troops arrived. Butterfly away the Brusilov Offensive, and the Asiago Offensive could have knocked Italy out of the war while the Germans could probably bleed the French at Verdun. Russians threatened it a couple more times after Tannenburg, and they definitely threatened the rest of the CP. British plans for Ireland, in the event of not being able to put it down (not that they could have revolted again after the Rising) was to retreat to Ulster, and take the rebels out after the end of the war. Certainly the loss to history of an unknown corporal would of sent ripples through the time lines, but one should consider that mayhap another equally insidious leader would of risen to power to fill the position of strong leader in Germany. I specifically stated that Germany would be unlikely to get all of what was proposed, but it does give a clear refutation to your bizarre assertion that Germany would just annex a few odds in ends despite controling Paris. It was meant as an interesting aside, and my pointing out the fact it was written during one of the “spats” does not change. With the entire world in a sort of “state of flux” as to what type of governments would remain or emerge to replace those displaced by “The Great War”, the style of government which would emerge in Germany certainly was a question. Hmm, it is thus possible I misread French for British, and thus will concede on this point unless I can find a source that says otherwise. While it is true some training occurred in France, to suggest that is all the AEF did is completely false and borderline offensive. For instance how much differently would things have played out if Ernest Rohem had moved first and the Night of the Long Knives had ended with Hitler and his SS purged and dead? I am not sure I follow this question, could this question really be asking what it is asking, or am I just not reading deeply enough into the question? They were also scraping the proverbial bottom of the barrel with regards to manpower – the number of new troops they got per month was something like an eighth of what they needed. The British Empire had quit being profitable for a while now, which is why you saw the debate over Imperial Prefence. Stalin, Mussolini, are another two who our historical retro active abortion programme should also address. The Germans were still making strong pushes into July (Second Marne), by which time American forces had long since been engaged. All of the combatants on both sides were anti Semitic to varying degrees, some just kept it in the background more. Reason for later troubles is that the balance sheets changed with the war, and Labor instituted expensive policies in the UK itself. A large part of the reason for WWII dragging out so long was Hitlers personal unwillingness to face the reality of Germanys impossible position. trench description winter coats for ladies ww2 trenches facts black coat womens winter coats for women sale what were the conditions in the trenches trench design what was it like in the trenches winter coat womens life in the trenches facts trench battle overcoat for ladies ladies pea coats what were trenches like what were communication trenches used for death in the trenches female coat english trenches thetrenches facts about life in the trenches what were the trenches white winter coat for women hooded raincoat women what were conditions like in the trenches womens black winter coat facts about trenches daily life in trenches trenches in the world coats winter wwi german trenches


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