samedi 14 septembre 2013

The sleazy things regarding the invasion of Italy

Allies invaded Italy on 3 September 1943.

At first sight, the invasion of Italy seems normal. It seems logical that the Allies wanted to open a second front right away.

But when you study more closely how things happened, you see that, once again, there is something fishy.

The fishy thing is the fact that just when the Allies were on the verge of invading Italy, Mussolini was thrown out of the power.

And what is fishier is how things happened. On 24 July 1943, The Grand Council of Fascism met. It was the first time that this body had met since the start of the war. One of the resolutions on the agenda asked the king to resume his full constitutional powers; to the detriment of Mussolini of course. This motion carried by a 19-7 margin. The next day, Mussolini was arrested by Carabinieri on king's orders.

The problem is that such things can't happen. It's just ridiculous. Mussolini would have seen the motion proposal on the agenda of the meeting. And faithful subordinates would have warned him about it. Then, Mussolini would have immediately put in jail or more probably killed the guys who had proposed the meeting.

Even if he had let the Council meet, he would have sent the conspirators to prison during the Council, or just after (or killed them).

Even the demand of a Grand Council of Fascism meeting, at this very moment would have obviously seemed extremely suspicious for Mussolini, or for anybody with an IQ above 20. You are losing the war, the national territory is now under attack, and someone wants suddenly to meet the Grand Council, a council whish hasn't met since the beginning of the war? You would of course think: "Hey guys, aren't you trying to oust me from power? Do you really think I'm gonna let you do this"?

Those guys would in fact never have dared to meet the council. They would have been sure that Mussolini would have made them killed for treason right away.

And they would have known that Hitler would send his troops in Italy and would destroy their work after just one week, making all those efforts and risks totally worthless. And the German troops being already present in Italy, the conspirators would have known they had a high risk of being taken by them and being executed.

jeudi 12 septembre 2013

Hitler's strategic mistakes between 1941 and 1942 in Russia were made on purpose

As we have already seen it, Hitler was just a lieutenant of Jewish leaders (as Roosevelt, Stalin, Churchill, Blum, Mussolini, Franco, etc…). His main role was to allow the creation of Israel and to push ordinary jews to emigrate there. Once his work accomplished, he wouldn't be needed anymore. So, his role as Nazi leader was meant to last only a limited period of time. It means he had to succeed at the beginning, and then to start losing. As all the sides were under control, the entire war was staged (by Jewish leaders).

Regarding the Russian campaign, Hitler's army was supposed to be vastly superior and to have great successes at the beginning, and very soon after, to stop winning. As the result couldn't be left to chance, Hitler the Jewish agent (and his generals) had to make voluntary mistakes in order to lose at the end. Same thing for Stalin.

Let's see the official history.

Before Operation Barbarossa

Even before the Russian campaign, Hitler has made errors.

He doesn't mobilize all Germany. This will lead to a lack of soldiers during Barbarossa and after. It will also lead to a lack of equipment.

German tanks have a very complicated design; thus, they are produced extremely slowly. Whereas Russian tanks are much more standardized and can be produced en masse.

Even if German soldiers were trained in Russia during the rearmament period, it seems that German generals don't know the rasputitsa (moment of the year when the ground becomes very muddy). Therefore, their tanks aren't adapted to it. 

1941: operation Barbarossa

Anyway, Hitler invades Russia in June 22 1941. Stalin is totally surprised by the invasion, thus the Russian army is unprepared. Because of that, the disorganization is complete. The German army is also largely superior to the Russian one (better organization, more mobile, better officers, etc…). It allows Germans forces to win easily at first, using blitzkrieg strategy.

There are three German army groups (north, center, and south).

Army Group Center is the most powerful. It's the one which makes most of the prisoners. By using blitzkrieg, they encircle Russians at Bialystok and Minsk between 22nd June and 3rd July and make at first 420.000 soldiers. 1.500 canons, 2.500 tanks and 1.669 airplanes are also captured. But, the encirclement is not perfect and many soldiers are able to escape, thus, only 290.000 are taken at the end.

For Army Group North, the strategy was different. They weren't supposed to encircle Russian troops, but to make a breakthrough with the panzers and make them advance as quickly as possible toward Leningrad.

Army Group South beats Russian at Brody, between June 23-29. The 9th July, they are at 75 km of Kiev and 40 km after Ternopil.

As Germany shouldn't win, first mistakes and fatalities had to happen after the first success. Otherwise, Germans would have won very quickly.