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Old Jul 03, 2013, 1:05am   #8
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their little sisters?
Actually the willingness of the Soviets to use woman in some combat roles was a significant advantage in the war.

Since I have to choose an actual event... one could easily argue that the battle of Moscow was just as significant or more so than Stalingrad.

It was the first time the Germans were beat back on the ground and any possibility for a quick war was ended. Case Blue happened only because Barbarossahad failed in Moscow. After the battle of Moscow the German units on the frontline were never properly supplied again.

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of course, if neville chamberlain hadn't been a craven fool then germany would never got out of the blocks.
You can't give him all the credit + the French are more fun to make fun off.
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