posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 08:08 PM
Even if the Germans had got their new technology deployed and used effectively then they still would have lost as the US was hoping to vaporise their
Nazi hides with a certain Atomic weapon. But they defeated them before they had the chance. The Nazi's were also working on an atomic bomb but
weren't as advanced (smart idea killing or deporting lots of Jews who could have actually helped them win the war, ironic or what).
As for all the 'wonderful' technology we missed out on thanks to Germany losing the war... do you think it just disappeared? The allies were in a
mad grab to get all they could, most of the German scientists (and Japanese as well for that matter) and their creations, data, etc., were shipped
back to the US and made to work for the US (or the Russians, British or whoever else happened to get hold of them). So we didn't miss out on
anything, in fact we used the technology we already had (the Germans had some interesting stuff, but the allies also had a few secret tricks up their
sleeve) and combined it with the German research (and scientists) and if you look at a lot of military developments over the past 50 years, well thats
exactly the 'technology we would have had', because we do have it, and in fact its better than the Nazi's could have dreamed.
Sorry for the rant, but idiots who wonder about all the wonderful things Germany could have done if it won, or if the war lasted a bit longer really
annoy me with their sheer ignorance of obvious things that stare them in the face.