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Answered 2008-07-22 22:11:10

An answer to this must be mostly supposition but - No death camps = no Holocaust and 6,000,000 + lives saved. There would have been far fewer War Crime trials and quite possibly there would be no country called Israel. This would also mean a massive shift on the Nazi ideology including not trying to build an empire based on total suppression, destruction and terror etc. Germany could have obtained much more support / cooperation from the lands they invaded, thereby freeing up more troops etc.

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