I couldn't imagine the aftermath of WWIII. The way every country is so interconnected now everyone would be in and the world population would be about 25% it's current number. We wouldn't have to worry about va**na boys anymore.
Actually, they were not good fighters at all at first. The allies were quite disorganized fighters at first. But the knowledge that the fate of the free world was in their hands- I think that's what drove them. In any event, they proved that America had (Obama has since undone most of it) one of the best militaries in the world.
We had one of the weakest Armies going into WW2. Our equipment (for example) was dated even by WWI standards. And our military commanders were rather.. Naive going into the war lol. We made mistakes that could have cost us the war; Thankfully, Hitler was a very unstable man and actually helped us out multiple times.
Actually, we had one of the worst armies entering the war simply because the people did not want a war and believed Hitler was Europe's problem... But we entered the war with the best manufacturing capability in the world, with Russia at second. However, Pearl Harbor and the Doolittle Raid were very encouraging moments that sparked nationalism. Also, Hitler wasn't the only one to have made mistakes that cost him/them the war.
This man gets it. ( I'm assuming Death Stalker is a man's name. ) National pride to avenge Pearl Harbor and the ability to crank out more equipment than anyone else is what did it. Hitler didn't take into account an endlessly supplied fighting force of such size.
Actually, many historians agree that Hitler had several chances to win the war if he hadn't made several key errors.
For instance, when Japan attacked the US, Hitler immediately declared war on us. This was a mistake since it gave Roosevelt the ability to combat Germany directly (As opposed to simply supplying England and Russia through the lend/lease program) without having to wait for congress to declare war on Germany. Also, if Hitler had invaded Russia from the west with cooperation from Japan invading in the east, he would have most likely conquered Russia, and would have control of their war materials.
I know.if you read one of my earlier posts, I said that it was patriotism that strengthened tge army. And what do you mean Hitler wasn't the only one? As far as I know the Axis was the only one that lost the war. If you are referring to Japan or Italy, Japan was simply too small to fight the US, (Not enough supplies/manufacturing power) and Italy just had a terrible military (Hitler eventually occupied Italy when Mussolini was overthrown.)
Actually, Hitler would have been better off leaving things to his generals. For instance, not destroying the BEF was his idea; He ordered his forces there to wait for reinforcements, therby allowing 100's of thousands of british troops to escape back to England.
I know Hitler was a power-hungry maniac who thought he could win the war by himself... And I know Hitler was a terrible military leader, all I'm saying is, Hitler did not make all he mistakes the Axis made.