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A war where American supremacists act like they did all the work. I'm not pro-german, nor am I saying they should have won, but it pisses me off when T.V. shows and documentaries give completely biased information towards U.S. troops. The American documentaries tend to talk about brave heroic actions and how American's broke through by themselves and without us, we would never have won the war. Here's a few reasons why the U.S. did nothing and had a complete advantage coming into the war in the first place.

1. They're out of bomber range. Every other country in Europe was heavily bombed heavily.

2. The German's had basically lost the war in the first place in early 1944 to Russia. After losing The Battle of Stalingrad and Leningrad and battles in the Caucasian areas, Russia was advancing many many miles a day.

3. Germany was drained of resources. It was running extremely low and the country, while stretched thin on its own fault, had EXTREMELY limited ammo, fuel, and manpower. 50% of troops in the western front against the U.S. and Britain were 35 year old + reserve troops and there were virtually no crack special forces units like the S.S.

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World War II U.S. supremacists are weird.
by azndude1111 November 18, 2011

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