Why Was Germany Successful

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1939, war had started between Germany and Poland and the successful attempts for expansion of Germany. After obtaining the territory of Poland, Germany rapidly move on to invade the Soviet Union, Romania, Finland, Norway, Denmark and the Dutch just between 1939 and 1940. With many more to come and fall under the command of Germany, they continued to gain territory throughout World War Two taking what they wanted most, power. But why was Germany was so successful in early World War Two? Well, Germanys success is due to the charisma of their leader Adolf Hitler, and the blind followers of his preaching’s. However, the success did not extend beyond the Battle of Britain leading to Germanys downfall as the other powers aligned to help Britain push …show more content…
First, thing for planning that lead to the downfall of Germany during and after the Battle of Britain is postponing the target date for invading from July 31st to mid-August to September 17. According to Milch’s (Hitler’s helping hand) scheme “if Hitler wanted to invade and occupy Britain, his best chance was in the traumatic period immediately following the fall of France” (Deighton & Hastings, 1980). The British defences were low at this time which would make it easier to invade some the sea. The next down fall seemed to be the Alderangriff (Eagle attack). Germany was attacking through the skies with aircraft focusing on the bases of the Royal Air Force and the radar bases as well, too destroy Great Britain’s way of fighting back and know where the Germanys are. Although, the radar towers were not falling and the Royal Air Force were regrouping to new air bases after others were destroyed, also having the help from the Canadians. On account of this “the Germans decided that their attacks on the radar stations were not paying off.” (Canada, Defense, & Force, 2016). “The Blitz” seem to be the major and not for-seen turn causing Germany’s loss of the Battle of Britain. 57 days battling the British cause the battle to fall in their favor. The Germans had started by bombing London, England in (Datefromjb). Because of this shift in battle area the 11 Group of piolets located in southwest England could repair the air fields and the radar stations, but only to the down fall on the 12 Groups in the East Anglia and Midlands. The 11 Group rebuilding allowed them to get Allied men in the air to fight the Germans resulting in the postponement of Operation Sea Loin, leading them to lose the Battle of

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