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#1 Mario Milano

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 11:22 PM

Hitler’s ten dumbest mistakes




As I said, just for fun. And to provide debate ammo if one of my gentle readers is presented with the “If the USA hadn’t stopped Hitler, we’d all be speaking German now” tirades. Sigh.  Even without the USA, Hitler’s empire would have come crashing down sooner or later. A combination of strategic over-extension, resistence movements, and Hitler’s folly would have destroyed the Third Reich one way or the other. Not to even mention that it was Russian armies rolling inexorably westward that destroyed Hitler’s armies. In any event though, it is astonishing some of the blunders Hitler made. No wonder the Allied High command sometimes joked that Hitler was their greatest ally:


1. Battle of Britain. When Hitler ordered the Luftwaffe to “take out” the Brits, the Luftwaffe sensibly enough began their campaign by trying to destroy the RAF. By the RAF’s admission, they nearly succeeded, in fact they were about two weeks away from pretty much shutting down the RAF and controlling the skies of Britain. Then Hitler got involved and ordered the Luftwaffe to attack the British cities instead, especially London. Which did nothing but piss the British off and freed to RAF to concentrate on regaining control of the skies over Britain. London burned, but German casualties mounted to the point where they had to call off the campaign, and that was that.

2. Cancellation of weapons programs. After the Fall of France in 1940 Hitler was so confident of victory that he cancelled most weapons research programs, insisting that the war could be won with the weapons they had. Two years later when the Germans were being outclassed on all fronts by next-gen Allied weapons, the programs were all frantically restarted. Two years had been lost though, and worse, key engineers and such had died in Russia. Germany did manage to produce some impressive weapons, but never in any quantity and most of them never had the bugs worked out and  thus weren’t terribly reliable in practise.

3. Invasion of Russia. There were multiple mistakes made here, just attacking Russia for one was incredibly optimistic. Compounded by a six week delay in the attack so Hitler could pointlessly bail out Mussolini in the Balkans. And then the Germans made no preparations for  a long war because Hitler assumed Russia could be completely defeated the first summer. He ordered Leningrad to be surrounded, not captured! And Hitler fatally delayed the push for Moscow by diverting his panzers to the stalled southern front. Unlike in Napoleon’s time, Moscow was the absolute centre of the Russian railroad network, and if the Germans had captured the city and the rail connections south of the city, it would have crippled the Russian war effort.

4. The “No retreat” order. This is Hitler’s biggest mistake in Russia and one of the biggest military blunders of all time. When the war in Russia started going badly during the first winter, Hitler ordered his troops to never retreat under any circumstances. This is insane in general because there’s no point standing your ground if you are outnumbered and getting the crap beat out of you. Doubly insane because the only real advantage the Germans had over the Russians was that the German troops were far more mobile. So it made far more sense to retreat when attacked and then counterattack after he Russians had advanced beyond their supply lines. The one German general with the stones to defy Hitler, Manstein, did this a number of times with devastating effect.

5. Me-262 as a bomber. The Me-262 was a beautiful plane, in some ways a decade or more before its time. It was the world’s first jet interceptor and could fly rings (literally) around the best Allied planes of the time. The Me-262 was conceived, designed, and developed as a jet interceptor, a plane specifically designed to hunt down and destroy Allied planes. Hitler ordered it into full production … as a bomber. His minions nodded, and quietly continued to develop it as an interceptor. Someone tipped Hitler off though, and he made sure it was developed as a bomber. In trial runs few pilots were even able to get their bombs within a mile of the targets. The Me-262 was a complete (and predictable) failure as a bomber. By the time a few Me-262 interceptors saw action they were too few too late to change anything.

6. No women labourers. Did the Nazis use slave labour in their factories because they were mean people? Well, yes, but they were also motivated by a severe shortage of factory labour … because Hitler had decreed that German women were not to do factory work. Millions of American and British women went to work on assembly lines freeing up millions of men for military duty. The Germans suffered terrible manpower shortages during the war, while millions of German women sat at home.

7. War on USA. Hitler declared war on the USA right after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Why? He thought it would be good for morale. (Most of his dumbf*ck ideas were based on thinking like that.) Maybe the USA would have declared war on him anyhow, but it was crazy to simply give Roosevelt what he wanted.

8. More Russian errors. In i942 Hitler ordered his armies to seize the oil fields in the Caucasus and the city of Stalingrad, spreading his armies far too thin. As a result his forces failed to capture the oil fields, and suffered crippling losses at Stalingrad.

9. The Battle of Kursk. At Kursk in 1943 Hitler ordered a massive attack even though the Russians clearly knew he would attack Kursk. The German armies last great offencive flung themselves against massed Russian defenders dug in with huge numbers of anti-tank weapons and legions of modern Russian tanks. It was the biggest tank battle in history, and a crushing defeat for Germany. The battle of Stalingrad guaranteed that Germany was not going to win its war with Russia, Kursk guaranteed that the Russians would win.

10. Battle of the Bulge. Hitler’s last gasp attempt to win the war. He attempted to repeat his success of 1940 by attacking the Allies the exact same way. Even though his forces were vastly smaller, didn’t have the fuel to do the job, and were facing a vastly superior enemy than the French army of 1940. The attack had zero chance of success, it would have been far more sensible to attack the Russians and try to slow down their advance.


And these are just the big blunders, there were plenty of minor blunders as well. My favourite is one last Luftwaffe story, because it shows just how shallow and demented Hitler’s thought processes were. At one point in the middle of the war the British bomber force was causing big problems for Germany, about a thousand British bombers would fly over Germany and carpet bomb some target almost every night. The Brits bombed at  night because they couldn’t replace their losses, so they sacrificed accuracy for safety. The Luftwaffe had a great idea, lone German long range fighters would lurk around British airbases and attack British bombers as they came in to land in the morning light. (The radars of the time couldn’t really track single planes flying at low altitude.)


It was very effective and downed a number of irreplaceable British bombers and their crews. If it had continued at the very least the Allies would have been forced to divert significant air power to defend against a small number of Germans, and it might have even severely crippled the British bombing campaign.


So what did Hitler do when he heard about this clever program to defend against the British bomber fleet? Iron crosses all around? Nope, Hitler basically said “Nein, nein nein, the Luftwaffe must shoot down the British bombers over Germany, not England, so that the German people can see the wreckage of the British bombers and be encouraged!” Hitler cancelled the program, and the British high command (not to mention the British bomber crews) breathed a big sigh of relief when German planes stopped appearing out of nowhere to shoot them down as they landed.


Frankly it’s a wonder Hitler’s Third Reich lasted as long as it did.



Edited by Mario Milano, 12 August 2019 - 11:22 PM.

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#2 Mario Milano

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 11:34 PM

 No wonder the Allied High command sometimes joked that Hitler was their greatest ally:



They weren't joking, They knew this was exactly the case



Edited by Mario Milano, 12 August 2019 - 11:38 PM.

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 11:55 PM

Don't forget Afrika Korps!


18,594 killed
3,400 missing
130,000 captured

2,550 tanks lost
70,000 trucks lost
6,200 guns lost
8,000 aircraft destroyed


French loses:

1,346 killed
1,997 wounded



22,341 killed
250,000–350,000 captured

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 12:02 AM

Meet the Real Adolf Hitler!!


Hitler was a Rothschild!!



Adolf (Rothschild) Hitler (1889-1945).
Dictator of Germany from 1933 to 1945



Alois (Rothschild) Hitler (1837-1903).


Alois Hitler, father of Adolf, was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and Baron Rothschild.


"There are some people who seriously doubt that Johann Georg Hiedler was the father of Alois. Thyssen and Koehler, for example, claim that Chancellor Dollfuss had ordered the Austrian police to conduct a thorough investigation into the Hitler family. As a result of this investigation a secret document was prepared that proved that Maria Anna Schicklgruber was living in Vienna at the time she conceived. 


At that time she was employed as a servant in the home of Baron Rothschild. As soon as the family discovered her pregnancy she was sent back to her home in Spital where Alois was born. 


If it is true that one of the Rothschilds is the real father of Alois Hitler, it would make Adolf a quarter Jew. According to these sources, Adolf Hitler knew of the existence of this document and the incriminating evidence it contained. In order to obtain it he precipitated events in Austria and initiated the assassination of Dollfuss. According to this story, he failed to obtain the document at that time since Dollfuss had secreted it and had told Schuschnigg of its whereabouts so that in the event of his death the independence of Austria would remain assured. Several stories of this general character are in circulation. (Langer, The Mind of Adolf Hitler, p.107)."


The super-rich families like the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and Roosevelts all intermarry and outsiders are not welcome. They believe that the U.S. should be an hereditary MONARCHY with their family members as kings and queens!!


Because of all their recessive genes, madness doesn't run in those families.....it gallops!!


Hitler and the Vatican Concordat




Archbishop Cesare Orsenigo, papal nuncio to Germany, talks with Hitler at a formal reception in Berlin in Jan. 1936.


The Vatican had a concordat with Nazi Germany which was signed in 1933.




Signing the Concordat is Cardinal Pacelli (later to become Pope Pius XII). By 1933, he was the Vatican Secretary of State. Seated second from his left is Franz von Papen who was the Papal Nuncio to Germany. Standing at the far right can be seen the little known Vatican prelate, Montini, later to become Pope Paul VI.


Hitler and the Pope had a secret agreement: The Pope would give Hitler ALL the support he needed in the conquest of Russia and Hitler would divide Italy once again and give back the Papal States to the Pope.


Hitler never realized that he was fighting God ALMIGHTY HIMSELF.....With the defeat of Hitler, many of the top Nazis escaped to the U.S. and carried on the war against Russia under the disguise of fighting communism.


Hitler the evil genius!!


Hitler was supposed to be an evil GENIUS who was intent on conquering the world. Lets look at his report card to see if this was true:


Hitler's Secondary School Report Card.


Moral Conduct....3, very satisfactory
Diligence.... 4, irregular

Religious Instruction....4, adequate


German....5, below standard


Geography.....4, adequate


History....4, adequate.


Shorthand....5, below standard


Mathematics....5, below standard


Chemistry....4, adequate


Freehand drawing....2, good


Physics....3, very unsatisfactory


Gymnastics....1, excellent



Genealogy and Chronology of Adolf Hitler's Youth.





1837 Birth of Alois Schicklgruber, Adolf's father, as the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and Baron Rothschild.


1842 Marriage of Alois' mother to Johann Georg Hiedler. 


1847 Death of Maria Anna Hiedler. 1850 Alois Schicklgruber apprenticed to a bootmaker in Vienna, Austria.


1855 Alois Schicklgruber given employment by Board of Inland Revenue.


1857 Johann George Heidler, Alois' stepfather, dies.


1873 Alois Schicklgruber marries Anna Glassl (no children).


1876 Alois Schicklgruber's name changed to Hitler.


1880 Alois divorced by his wife on grounds of adultery with Franziska Matzelsberger.


1882 Franziska Matzelsberger bears Alois a son, also given the name of Alois.


1883 Death of Alois' first wife, Alois marries Franziska Matzelsberger, Angela Hitler born.


1884 Death of Alois' second wife.


1885 Alois' third marriage with Klara Pölzl, granddaughter of Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, brother of Alois' deceased stepfather.


1889 Adolf Hitler born, the fourth child of his father's third wife, at Braunau, Austria,


1895 Adolf first attends school. 1896 Birth of Adolf's sister Paula.


1900 Adolf enters secondary school. 1905 Adolf leaves school and lives with his mother. Becomes close friends with August Kubizek.


1908 Adolf goes to live in Vienna, followed by his close friend Gustl Kubizek. 1909 Adolf living in Hostel for Homeless in Vienna.


1910 In the Spring, fails to report for examination prior to military service.


1911 Death of Adolf's aunt, Johanna Pölzl. Fails to report again for military, he is forced to renounce his orphan's pension.


1912 Fails to report for the third time for military training.


1913 24th. May, Adolf leaves for Munich. In August he is posted as a military deserter.


1914 Rejected for military service in Salzburg.


1923 The abortive Hitler-Putsch.


1924 Bavarian authorities contemplate deporting him to Austria.


1925 30th April, Adolf deprived, at his own request, of Austrian citizenship


There you have it . . . Adolf left Vienna and went to Munich for one reason: to avoid the draft. . . .  The man who sent millions to their deaths' in combat was a draft dodger. Hitler's roommate during his Vienna days was Gustl Kubizek. He said that Hitler never read a book, never went to the library and his sketches were awful!! How then came he to write a book entitled Mein Kampf which became a bestseller?


Mein Kampf was ghost-written by a Jesuit priest named Father Staempfle.1 Hitler the dunce was the tool of much more cunning men. .. .


Hitler had only one talent: he was a good public speaker and knew how to harangue the masses. As the son of a Civil Servant, Hitler could have obtained a good job in Vienna had he been inclined to work.



Warrant for Hitler's arrest as a draft dodger in Austria



Name: Adolf Hietler (sic). 

Lot Number 163.

Year of Birth: 20.4.1889.

Parents: Alois and Klara Pölzl.

Parish  of Domicile: III-298 Linz.

Other Particulars: Aunt Joanna Pölzl,, independent, Urfahr, Blutengsse 9.

Steps taken to apprehend the deserter: None as yet.



On 22nd August Detective Officer Zauder of the Linz. Municipal Police reported:


"Adolf Hietler does not appear in police records here or in Urfahr, and investigations elsewhere have failed to reveal his address."


The first thing that Hitler did when he invaded Austria was to find and confiscate his draft records. That was probably the main reason why he invaded his homeland.!!


Interesting Notes


Realizing that he was a Rothschild, we can understand why Hitler the dunce could come out of nowhere and become Chancellor of Germany.


Hitler's sister Paula was mentally retarded . . . but she still had more brains than her brother!!


The other son of Hitler's father, Alois, left the family in 1896 and went to work in Paris as a waiter. Called the "black sheep" of the family. Disinherited, i.e. received only the legal minimum of his inheritance. He married an Irish girl and had a son named William Patrick Hitler. . . . Alois had no relations with Adolf, the political leader.





Jetzinger, Franz Dr. Hitler's Youth, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1958. Dr. Jetzinger was born and spent most of his life in Braunau on the Inn: Hitler's birthplace.

Like Nerin E. Gun, Prof. Jetzinger was arrested by the Gestapo, who were frantically searching for Hitler's missing draft records.

Lundberg, Ferdinand. America's 60 Richest Families, The Vanguard Press, New York, 1937.

Langer, Walter, C. The Mind of Adolf Hitler, New American Library, New York, 1972.

Paris, Edmond. Secret History of the Jesuits, Chick Pub., 1987

Springmeier, Fritz. Bloodlines of the Illuminati, Ambassador House, Austin, Texas, 2002.


Edited by Mario Milano, 13 August 2019 - 02:38 AM.

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 12:20 AM

Hitler was a narcissist like Trump, who thought being a corporal in the Austrian army automatically made him a military genius.  A lot of people believed in him and he failed them.

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 12:21 AM

Hitler shit a lot of thoughts out and was full of himself, like Trump.  He was an embarrassment to his family and they all vowed to never have children, thus ending the family bloodline.  They changed their names to Hiller.  Yep, Russia and Germany suffered a lot because of some egotistical Austrian turd.

Edited by Mandrake, 13 August 2019 - 12:26 AM.

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