Why The Allies Won World War II

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A reader emailed in this piece of “photo-journalism” which is certainly hard to argue with.

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    absent observer says:

    what’s that say about Black Power?!

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    Bub says:

    The Allies won World War 2 due to the collective factors of:

    1. The Allies were simply more numerous. In the same way that a pack of wolves could fell a mighty bear, the Allies flooded both the European and Pacific theatres of war with men, men, and more men. This is especially true of the Soviet Russians.

    2. Politicians within all of the Axis nations assumed too large a military oversight role. For example, Adolph Hitler rarely listened to the opinions of his field marshals during the latter stages of the war. Emperor Hirohito of Japan assumed too great a role in Japanese military affairs. Benito Mussolini drove his nation to ruin via pure fascism.

    3. The production and fueling capabilities of the Allied nations vastly overwhelmed the same capabilities of the Axis nations, especially during the final years of the war. This can be directly tied to Nazi Germany’s overall losses in North Africa, which yielded the Middle Eastern oil fields unto Allied hands.

    4. And lest we not forget that SCISSORS ALWAYS BEATS PAPER!

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    Bub says:

    And considering that North Africa was at the mercy of both the Allied and the Axis forces during World War 2, I should say it says very little for “Black Power”, my dear Absent Observer.

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    zeightron says:

    rofl. that’s so so true.

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