Marco de Wit March 7, 2021
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It’s well known that they German Army had poor logistics in WW2. So could they have improved it? Doing so would have helped them on the Eastern Front. So should they have built more trains, trucks, roads, railroads? Should they have had an army of engineers? Well, the answer probably isn’t what you’re expecting. Today, we’re going to talk about the “economic calculation problem” and why the German Army (or any current army) can’t have efficient logistics.

 

 

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“Basic Economics” by Thomas Sowell https://youtu.be/dQiBD-crrvA

History Theory 101 https://youtu.be/PvpJEc-NxVc

 

 

 

 

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