Had the Germans kept the war just between Germany and Britain, they could probably have pulled off a victory - that is, a stalemate that would ultimately lead to armistice. A true peace treaty was probably not in the cards, seeing as how Churchill was determined to destroy German military power and Hitler with it. Probably the best time for this situation was Dunkirk. A British collapse here has ramifications through Egypt and the Middle East. German successes in those arenas might have caused the British government to collapse and a more friendly replacement come into power. Note that German war aims in the west were quite modest, mainly a return to 1914 borders and some colonial transfers. A second great opportunity was July 1941. Had Germany gone for Moscow instead of Kiev, it would have altered the war with Russia dramatically. Without going into a lot of detail, the loss of the Russian capital probably creates the opportunity for the Germans to stabilize the eastern front over the next year. A true peace, again, is not likely, but an armistice might have occurred. With most of the western Soviet Union in German hands, Germany becomes blockade and invasion proof, for at least three or four years. Assuming the war in the west continued after a Russian armistice, Germany would have needed to develop weapons systems in order to remain competitive: jets, better subs, atomic weapons (didn't necessarily need a regular A bomb, just a good 'dirty' nuke would have sufficed for parity), rockets, nerve gas. All these were well within their capacity.
Germany was on the losing side of World War 1.
yes Germany was at first winning the war because Russia was an ally but because of Hitler making the mistake of turning against Russia they were fighting an enemy close to Germany that they lost the war.
It was Germany because it started the war and was winning for 3 yrs!
It would be the Axis [Germany, Italy, and Japan].
He committed suicide at the end of WW2, when he realized Germany had no chance of winning the war.
After World War I the treaty of Versaille stated that Germany was responsible for the war and thefore had to pay reparations to the winning nations like France. So you could say that the reparations were enforced on Germany after the war.
2nd world war no of winning countries
The use of trench warfare
I think it Was Britain
Germany and Italy
Japan and Italy fought against Germany in World War 1 but were on Germany's side in World War 2
No. Germany was defeated in World War I.
After WWI, the condition of Germany was in ruins. The Germans had spent billions on the war effort, so poverty was existent in many parts of Germany. The Germans were shocked when their government surrendered, because, due to the propaganda, they thought they were winning the war.
No, the last war in Germany was World War 2
Germany was one of the main combatants in both World War I and World War II.
UK will win because they have better weapon's then Germany they like war but we like winning
The allies were
Yes. But it take time to win the war again Germany. By the US intervention, the duration of winning the war are quicker.
Germany was left banrupt after world war two
No. Germany lost World War I.
The English winning the battle of Britain kept Germany from taking over and ruling England
Both world wars had Germany on one side and Britain, France, the United States, Russia, and China on the other. Differences include the fact that the Russia of World War I was the imperial Russian Empire while the Russia of World War II was the communist Soviet Union. Countries that changed sides include Turkey (for Germany in World War I, neutral in World War II), the Austro-Hungarian Empire (for Germany in World War I, no longer existed by the time of World War II), Italy (against Germany in World War I, for Germany in World War II), and Japan (against Germany in World War I, for Germany in World War II).