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Taking into consideration the state of Germany's military forces on land, air and sea, as well as the fragile state of the German populace after three years of steady bombardment, this 1944 NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE article concluded that Germany's end was nigh - really, really nigh:

"Thus on the face of it, Germany's situation is desperate. She is encircled by powerful nations that are allied against her. Her chance of creating dissension to split those allies is gone. She is being beaten on every front and in every phase of the fighting. Her last chance to win has disappeared."

Germany would fight on for another sixteen months.

     


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Anticipating Germany's Collapse (United States News, 1944)

Anticipating Germany's Collapse (United States News, 1944)

Anticipating Germany's Collapse (United States News, 1944)

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