I was thinking (dangerous I know). During WWII, Germany made some disastrous military, political, and human rights choices in Russia during the war. However, a careful analysis of the campaign leads me to believe that they had a very real chance defeating the Russians. On the long term, what would the repercussions of that have been? Would the outcome have been better or worse for the world? Would Germany have prevailed in the war?
I have my own ideas about it, what are yours?
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