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Gerhard von Rad - Why Germany Lost The Second World War?

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Messenger Charles
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Published on 15 Feb 2021 / In History

I have often wondered why Germany lost the Second World War, when they were so superior in every way when it came to the military skills and prowess of the Wehrmacht, not to mention their mostly superior military hardware. The only big question mark I have is whether God's hand was in the exceptionally bad weather the German's experienced as they approached Moscow in October of 1941? Furthermore, was it a Spiritual flaw within the German people that caused their demise, as explained by this fella? Your constructive opinions are welcomed.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 9 months ago (edited)

Many Christian Saints have been tortured, terrorized, murdered and burned alive by evil minions of this world, and the Christian nation of Germany should be considered no different. So many German civilians were burned alive by aerial bombing that the war itself fits the true definition of a holocaust. Before the destruction of WW2, Germany had many massive Cathedrals and monumental Churches that were regularly attended by devout multitudes. The Communist victory of WW2 was the final dismantling of Christendom in Germany and throughout most of Europe. Nat Soc Germany lost because the wicked powers and principalities of the world outnumbered and overwhelmed them. Hitler was seen by the Germans as another Holy Roman Emperor defending the Reich from dark forces - not a deity to replace God or Jesus. The defeat was really not a judgement on the Germans - it was a judgement on humanity and the Germans paid like martyrs for it. Most of the world had already been taken control of by the banksters or communists while Christian Germany was a last shining holdout and one of the few nations able to give the New World Order a good fight before they seized control over all the world.

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Messenger Charles
Messenger Charles 3 months ago

Only just picked this up:

Ah but Rome with its Emperors stands in the place of God with their popes claiming all the adulation - Yashua Messiah (Jesus Christ) is non-existent in their belief system. All those that have died for Rome have died in vain.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 3 months ago (edited)

@Messenger Charles: Roman civilization and entire world was destined to change for the better the moment Emperor Constantine had his PX vision/dream before battle and took up the cross. That was today's date - November 1st, 312 AD. From then on, western civilization would become Christendom consisting of strong Christian nations able to survive all challenges. They were able to build a higher civilization and eventually dominate the entire world until the Jew and communist came along to subvert it all.

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milhouse
milhouse 11 months ago

Canaris: The Life and Death of Hitler's Spymaster is a biography you may want to read, Germany lost bc Canaris turned traitor he was against Hitler but loyal to Germany full of contradictions in the end he betrayed nation and furher
https://www.amazon.com/Canaris....-Life-Death-Hitlers-

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Messenger Charles
Messenger Charles 11 months ago

Oh yes there were many traitors in Hitler's ranks especially the German aristocracy in the German officer class who countermanded many of Hitler's orders. However this all adds grist to the mill of the adventure not having God's blessings and for the reasons explained in the video.

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