World War II Essay | What If Hitler Attacked Moscow During WW II?

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What If Hitler Attacked Moscow During WW II?

Summary: A hypothetical essay analyzing the effects of an attack on Moscow by Hitler during World War II. Examines if the outcome of the war would have change if Hitler had succeeded in his invasion of Russia. Also examines how the United States may have changed if Dewey instead of Truman had become president after the death of Roosevelt.
The topic of my what if Project is "What if Hitler attacked Moscow during World War two"" On June 22, 1941, Hitler began an invasion of Russia. The attack ended on December 5th when the Russian winter was too brutal for the poorly equipped German army. In this report, I will try to decide if the outcome of World War Two would have been any different if Hitler had succeeded in attacking Moscow.

Hitler decided that an assault on Moscow would finish off the Red Army (Russian Army). "Today begins the last great decisive battle of the year," he said in October 1941. The attack was made with a huge force of four armies made up of fourteen Panzer (Tank) divisions. The German army encircled two groups of Russians and took about 650,000 prisoners. However, autumn rains and mud slowed them down and low gear driving...

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