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Would the world have be better off if Germany won WW1?
Originally Answered: Would the world have been better off if Germany won ww1? No, the Germans would have set up a system that would have forced France to go to war again a few years later, and the communists in the East would still mean a German invasion of Russia.
What would the world be like if Germany had won WW1?
One thing that could be said if Germany won in the end. The country would have imposed peace on the defeated allies at the treaty of Potsdam, and it would not have had the reparations and grievances that were generally inflicted by France and Versailles. As a consequence, the rise of Hitler would have been less likely.
Did Germany have a better chance of winning WW1 or ww2?
The Germans were very close to winning WWI in the later stages of the conflict. The Germans had already won WWII in the early stages of the conflict. They were on the way to losing shortly thereafter. By 1917, Germany was in a difficult position, but they had almost achieved victory.
What would have happened if Germany won the war?
One thing that could be said if Germany won in the end. The country would have imposed peace on the defeated allies at the treaty of Potsdam, and it would not have had the reparations and grievances that were generally inflicted by France and Versailles.
What if there was no Second World War?
If there was no Second World War, there may not have been a Cold War, either. Although these are all just theories, we can see that there is some importance in the possible outcomes. Europe would definitely be different if Germany won in 1918.
What would have happened if Britain was defeated in WW1?
After a while, the defeated Britain would have seen their navy sunk in the Heligoland Bight and have been forced to cede their oil interests in the Middle East and the Gulf to Germany, and also would have been unable to contain the Indian Nationalism. The British Empire would have been rendered unstable.
Could Germany have beaten Britain in the 40s?
None of this argument stops fiction writers or the public. The possibility of Germany to win against Britain in the 40s is to be believed, in some degree, a vast collection of might-have-beens. As far back as 1964, the film It Happened Here by Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollow.