Germany in WW2
Why was Hitler unsuccessful in his attempt to take over the USSR?
The country was far to big and Hitler didn't plan for the sub zero temperatures which froze up the Nazis wepons, transport and demoralised the men because they didn't have any winter clothing.
Asked in Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
What happened after Hitler's failed attempt to take over Russia?
Asked in Politics and Government
The Burr Conspiracy was an unsuccessful attempt to?
How do you make a sentence with abortive as an adjective?
Why did Nazi Germany sign the non-aggression pact with Soviet Russia?
Because as Germany's economy wasnt full ready for War. Hence, Hitler wanted to avoid a big war with the USSR, so he made an agreement with the USSR about taking over Poland. that it would be divided between them and no one would invade the other. But later Hitler (attacked the USSR). Moreover the main reason for the pact is to avoid war with the Soviet, which Germany was not ready for. But things did go smoothly as Hitler has expected with G.B and France attack on Hitler for invading Poland.
Asked in Japan, Russia, Adolf Hitler
What would happen if Hitler never invaded Russia could the US still defeat Japan?
Asked in Operation Barbarossa
Why did operation Barbarossa happen?
Asked in Germany in WW2, Finland, Adolf Hitler
Did Hitler take over Finland?
No, I do not even think he even considered it. Not even when his, by then, allied Russia started the war. He was too busy taking over Denmark and Norway by then. And he 'negotiated' troops and materials to be transferred over (the eledgeby 'neutral') Sweden's soil. --- Also, Finland was at war with the USSR and allied with Germany, for the purpose of independence from the USSR. This started with the Winter War (1939-1941) and ended with the continuation war (1941-1945). It lost little land to the USSR, in the end.
Asked in Germany in WW2, US Presidents, Adolf Hitler
How many times did Hitler attempt to get assassinated?
What does the fact that German armies were not prepared for the Russian winter indicate about Hitler's expectations for the Soviet campaign?
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
How did economic issues lead to world war 2?
After World War I, all of Europe and the U.S. fell into an economic depression. (Germany and the USSR were not included in this because of the Stressemann Loan of gold from the U.S. to Germany, part of which Germany paid to the USSR to make airplane parts.) These economic issues led to their pacifying Germany in an attempt to avoid a war which noone could afford. This continued pacification led Hitler to continue to take over countries as no one enforced the Treaty of Versailles or otherwise tried to stop him.