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Hitler yeah till the Americans got over there


Lol. We have such inflated egos. The Russian winter and the choice to defend rather than conquer Italy lost him the war, not us.


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Hitler was gawd awful as a military leader. As a union member and later as a leader he was however a great speaker.

The military choices HE made cost him, if only he had listened to his advisers.
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Commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius, father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife, and I will have my vengeance -- in this life or the next



He got his vengeance!


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Hitler wad gawd awful as a military leader, As a union member, and later as a leader. he was however a great speaker.

The military choices HE made cost him, if only he had listened to his advisors.


Absolutely this. Some people need to take a history class


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Absolutely this. Some people need to take a history class



Like I said...he made a few bad decisions.


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1. Genghis Khan
2. Alexander The Great


3. Napolean





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Errbody else.



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George Washington being on this list is laughable


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BTHog
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for 4 years the Confederacy was NOT part of the United States and therefor fricking up the south was not harming his own people.

They themselves considered themselves to not be Americans

carry on



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Lol. We have such inflated egos. The Russian winter and the choice to defend rather than conquer Italy lost him the war, not us.


Seemed like he was pretty much having his way till we went over there.


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The problem is, when he made decisions they were usually wrong. That is not the mark if a military genius.


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Seriously though Hitler has to be up there....only 70 years ago he was one or two mistakes away from taking over the entire world.





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Seemed like he was pretty much having his way till we went over there.


If by "having his way," you mean getting pushed back along the entire Eastern front then yes, yes he was having his way.
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The north was and is an elitist hypocritical bull shite society who preaches equality and liberty to the south while practicing neither.


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for 4 years the Confederacy was NOT part of the United States and therefor fricking up the south was not harming his own people. They themselves considered themselves to not be Americans


Robert E. Lee still considered himself an American throughout the war. Read "Recollections and Letters" by his son.


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Seemed like he was pretty much having his way till we went over there.


Take a history class not taught by a xenophobic nationalist
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Hitler


Disagree. He continually disregarded his generals advice, which led to his demise.

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Stalin


Again, disagree. Militarily he was a joke. He basically used his troops as human shields. The only reason Moscow wasn't overrun was due to Hitler's idiocy to invade Russia during winter.


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Take a history class not taught by a xenophobe


I agree that he was getting beat by Russians but how were the British getting along before us?

What day completely changed the war and who were the leaders behind it?


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The north was and is an elitist hypocritical bull shite society who preaches equality and liberty to the south while practicing neither.


I'm not sure I'd disagree with you there.


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Seriously, frick that terrorist. He's an embarrassment to American generals for the way he treated his own countrymen.


His "countrymen" left the United States, he didn't.

His "countrymen" started a war they couldn't win and got their asses kicked and their homeland destroyed.

Sherman's intensity mauled his combatant "countrymen" and crippled civilian ability to support his combatant "countrymen." Sherman helped shorten the war. He did his job.



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