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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    I don't agree, perhaps it was a military mistake, but Churchill had also political duties: often politics must prevail on military.
    Churchill couldn't leave alone, in front of the world, Greece and...
  2. Re: Churchill versus the rest - Best or worst WWII leader?

    I don't think as you do, Rising Sun, that the Greece campaign was a mistake. You don't consider that sometimes politics prevail on military. Politically Churchill had the duty to help, in front the...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    They just rescued their southern side from the sudden Jugoslavian anti-Axis and pro-Britain "rebellion"... when Italy was being already involved in Greece for 6 months... And the Germans opened a new...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    Italy outnumbered the British forces in Africa just about men and bayonets, in the "heavy tools" there was no match, worsening day by day, especially for the Eastern Italian Africa too far from home...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    And Iran and Iraq? And the Arabic peninsula?
    You're forgetting them. How could GB defend and control them after a Suez fall? In fact the dream of Rommel was to reach the Caucaso from the middle...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    And the Middle East oil industry? And the Mediterranean Sea, strategical way on seas and vital link for the British Empire communications? (It was not a case if GB possessed its doors, Gibraltar,...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    Dear Chevan, just some books to read: :D

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/showthread.php/12290-quot-Mussolini-the-secret-of-his-death-quot-by-Luciano-Garibaldi
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    Letter of Mussolini to Hitler, august 25th 1939:

    I am replying to your letter which has just been delivered to me by Ambassador von Mackensen.

    (1) Concerning the agreement with Russia, I...
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    Re: The Americans in Italy during WW1

    Thank you very much Menocchio, real interesting pics.
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    Re: A forgotten German Hero

    Great Flamer... actually you are right; I wanted to make an ambush... to see if anyone knew the story and... you did. You stopped immediately the game.
    But this is not an "invention".
    In Trani...
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    A forgotten German Hero

    Trani town, Apulia, Italy, September 16 1943: as a result of an ambush by Canadian soldiers and Italian soldiers, lurking behind a wall near the cemetery of Trani, there were five Germans dead and...
  12. Re: With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    Btw JR,
    in WW1 Italy, resisting on the Piave (battaglia del Solstizio) saved the Entente, because with an Italy out of war, 80 Austro-Hungarian divisions would have gone on the western front, before...
  13. Re: With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    Ok JR I understand and I agree with you. Mussolini was a cynical and played Italy at the dice game of the international politics, on the bet that the war was over and already won by Germany. As a...
  14. Forgotten war: the front of the western Alps 1944-45.

    The front line of the Alps wasn’t continuous: it was formed by a set of block-houses, some of them armoured, deployed in depth and with different distances between them. It was mainly a front of...
  15. Re: With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    @ Leccy

    "Italy and Germany combined could not have succeeded with operation Sealion, they did not have the material, equipment, skills, experience to launch a sea borne invasion - Even with the...
  16. Re: With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    I think you're misunderstanding the meaning of what prof. Sandkovitch wanted to say. The summary is that Italian diplomacy even with its all errors was more realistic and foreseeing than the Nazi...
  17. Re: With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    By Christmas of 1941 and with the invasion of Russia stalled and looking more and more the fiasco it really was, Lanza and others began to see Hitler as a “nut and fantastic dilettante” while Otto...
  18. With Mussolini as political leader, and not Hitler, Axis could win the war.

    Lastly, a bit of historical truth... over the usual clichè. Hitler was the true "tragic buffoon" of the Axis...
    This interesting article is just as summary on the matter, that has been generally...
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    Re: Are ISIS beheadings good news?

    Those savage barbarians are not a complete new in human history. Their crimes against innocents are not too a complete new in contemporary era. The new is the hugeness of their cruelty, the vastness...
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    Re: A forgotten British war crime

    Not all you can find on the net, and not all you find on the net it's true...
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    Re: A rare pic of WW2 German 'special forces'

    Actually I don't think it's a rare pic, there's a big photo-set of the operation Oak (the liberation of Mussolini) with many photos, also in colour.
    Furthermore I'm quite sure this pic was taken...
  22. Re: Forgotten Hero: from Regia Aeronautica to Luftwaffe, from Luftwaffe to Foreign Le

    There many mistakes on his wikipage, some really absurd. The correct info are in this article (more or less).
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    A forgotten British war crime

    "Minor" war crime perhaps, because the victims are a limited number, but a crime is and remains a crime.
    Yol, India, spring 1942. In the prison Camp n. 25 there are no news. The Italian prisoners...
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    Re: An unusual spy

    I meant: in this aircraft the cabine and the propeller are almost the same thing, I don't think it's a good solution of reliability especially for an operational aircraft (which this one never has...
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    Re: An unusual spy

    I'm not sure the crew cabine so near to the propellers transmission can guarantee reliability in a war operative aircraft...
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