Allied victory: knowledge or power?
It is indisputable that World War II was won by the Allies. Historians of both the defeated Germans and the victorious great powers were quick to credit the winning coalition’s advantage in numbers with being the factor that decided the conflict. More resources meant more men and soldiers to send into battle, more tanks, more planes, more ships, and raw power simply prevailed in the end – as it had many times before in history. Below is a collection of factors that, in addition to their being outnumbered, contributed to the fall of the Third Reich and its allies.
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