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If you could put the main reasons for Nazi Germany's defeat into a few bullet points, what would they be?
At the moment I have:
The USSR,
German tactical and military mistakes,
The Allies.
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If you could put the main reasons for Nazi Germany's defeat into a few bullet points, what would they be?
At the moment I have:
The USSR,
German tactical and military mistakes,
The Allies.
Also consider the industrial/economic aspects.

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Also consider the industrial/economic aspects.

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I'm thinking of including those in essays about the USSR and the allies. When arguing that the USSR was the most important I'll talk about how the USSRs industry eventually dwarfed the German industry and when arguing how the Allies were important I'll talk about how the allied industry also dwarfed the German industry and how the USAs industry was untouchable. I'm not sure whether this is the best way to include industrial factors.
I'm not sure how to include economic factors. I have some quotes from books about how German re-armament nearly created a financial disaster in Germany but I'm not sure I could argue it as much as the other factors.
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I'm thinking of including those in essays about the USSR and the allies. When arguing that the USSR was the most important I'll talk about how the USSRs industry eventually dwarfed the German industry and when arguing how the Allies were important I'll talk about how the allied industry also dwarfed the German industry and how the USAs industry was untouchable. I'm not sure whether this is the best way to include industrial factors.
I'm not sure how to include economic factors. I have some quotes from books about how German re-armament nearly created a financial disaster in Germany but I'm not sure I could argue it as much as the other factors.
The USSR was one of the Allies.

How many essays are you writing?

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What about the diversion of finances, resources and manpower to the Holocaust? Would've been a minor factor, but a factor nonetheless.
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