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Adolf Hitler

How did Hitler help the Allies win World War 2?

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2005-03-07 15:24:27

Well, he didn't 'actively' help the Allies win, but when people

say that Hitler was his own worst enemy, they have a point. You

have to remember that people like Hitler have instaiable appetites

for power, there simply is no limit to their desire to conquer.

Hitler's decisions after Germany's triumph in the Battle of France

are questionable, ie. invading the Soviet Union before concluding a

peace with Greeat Britain. Strategically this led to a two front

war which Germany always sought to avoid. Furthermore, Hitler's

meddling often proved disatrous, his 'no retreat' policy deprived

the German Army of what was ostensibly its greatest asset (mobile

warfare and tactical flexibility).


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