Did Hitler win WW2?
He killed the most people than got bored of winning and killed himself. So he won right?
- JohnLv 42 months ago
Hitler was a great man who did many good things but you don't hear about the good things, only the bad. It is not politically correct to say anything good about Der Fuhrer. HItler started the very first nationwide anti-smoking campaign and was instrumental in the development of the Volkswagen and the Autobahn. He turned Germany's economy around and instilled a sense of pride in the German people. It's a shame he lost the war.
- Salty dogLv 62 months ago
No the British did.
- ProfGene.TogolotLv 72 months ago
He knew he lost which is why he killed himself and said the German people were not worthy which was his excuse for losing.
- LizLv 52 months ago
In a word....no. Why not do your own history and find out for yourself.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Hitler is a piece of sh1t considered among the most evil people in history and you're a despicable person attempting to glorify him. There are no monuments to Hitler in Germany ... that's how popular your hero is in Germany, bigot.
- PAMELALv 72 months ago
No he did not win anything, germany was in ruins, the reason he killed himself was because he knew he had llost, russian troops were about to enter berlin, or what was left of it.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Stop trolling and get yourself a brain.
- Dj2541Lv 72 months ago
Such an insightful comment about your intellect????
- MercuryLv 72 months ago
Your cannot be that stupid to post such rubbish.
- Needful SinnerLv 72 months ago
he didn't meet his own objectives, no. Came a lot closer than people realize.
He never intended world domination - he wanted a new world order with Germania as it's centre. Had Speer build a plaster model of it. He imagined ruling an Empire alongside and much like Britain. In that he wanted Communism out of Europe.
In the even he very nearly took Russia, made it to Moscow. Had it fell Stalin's position would have been dubious, the last German offensive of Barbarossa was to push what little was left past the Urals. [which in turn would have put the new tank factories within range of the Luftwaffe - fallen that and Russia doesn't have a whole lot left to fight with, knocked out of the war]
note - this is pre december 1941... the usa wasn't involved nor wanted to be.