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The initial response of the British and American militaries was that the Soviet army would be defeated in a couple of weeks.
ljadw wrote:This was the opinion of Marshall,Dill,etc
paspartoo wrote:john becktel wrote:paspartoo wrote: . . .
" . . . this was indeed the turning point in the wartime relations of great britain and the united states with the soviet union. no longer would all anglo-american calculations be based on the probability of early russian collapse - after this, the whole approach to the problem was changed."
Mr.No one wrote:Some clarification,please?
Are you trying to say that "So, overall, it was the US that made total allied victory feasible"?
US = 3rd Reich (a little plus over US side, not that much)
mescal wrote:US = 3rd Reich (a little plus over US side, not that much)
On which scale ??
If you're speaking of economic power, it's completely false.
LWD wrote:Actually from his past posting Mescal was probably just asking for clarification.
Takao wrote:No offense, Alixanther, but it is rather hard to debate a simple statement such as your "US = 3rd Reich (a little plus over US side, not that much).
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