From: Dallas, Texas
How odd, on a forum dedicated to a wargame, which in itself by definition is a what-if of a historical scenario, someone would post this, which in effect says its foolish to even consider what-ifs.
If you can't wrap your mind around hypothetical situations, this likely is not the best forum for you. As has been pointed out, troll.
What if, in 1941, Germany had disappeared in a giant sinkhole?
What if the US had developed a giant lazer in 1943?
What if Hitler's coprophilia had been proven to the German people in 1938?
All may sound more fantastic perhaps, but in fact, none are more far fetched than the questions opening this thread. None of them have any basis in what was historically possible.
The only difference is that while all of the what if scenarios opening this thread muse scenarios more promising for the Nazis, none of mine do.
The question is, are the supporters of this thread neo nazis or just a bunch of neo Spinal Tap fans given to confused sexual fantasies of invasion and destruction so easily transferred onto the Nazi experience?
Pathetic, either way.
Actually, it was far more likely the Germans could have prepared for a winter battle than all of Germany had fallen into a giant sinkhole.
I guess if I play the German in the game, I am a Neo-nazi, because I am trying to win?
For that matter, if I play the Russian am I a Stalin supporter?
Or does it mean nothing since its just a game?
Again, since you cannot wrap your brain around hypotheticals without having a conniption fit, any wargame forum is really not for you.
And, for your information, I am quite glad that Germany was defeated (and Japan for that matter). However, that does not prevent me from engaging in intellectual thoughts on what-ifs, and that extends to any war, from Ancient Rome to Viet-Nam. Don't mistake such musings for any perceived allegiance to any side, because it simply does not exist.