Free speech July 28, 2021



Some argue that too many German soldiers were tied up in occupying Europe, and so a lot of German manpower couldn’t go East to fight the Soviet Union.

This then “disproves” the idea I presented in a previous video ( The Axis Population outnumbered the Soviet Population in 1942 ) which was that the Axis actually outnumbered the Soviets, and could replace their manpower losses until 1943.

Well, it turns out that, no, there weren’t too many German soldiers tied up in occupied Europe during 1942. Let’s find out why!