Yes, when it comes to war strategy alone, attacking Russia is probably #1. I just felt like putting the Holocaust first, because I personally think it's the dumbest thing ever. Don't get me wrong, not just because I learned at school etc. that this was horrible and as a German I'm supposed to think that way. I'm actually pretty good at ignoring what society tries to indoctrinate me with, otherwise I wouldn't even be talking to American conservatives at all, haha.Also I have to disappoint you if you're Jewish. Because as much as I respect how Jewish people value education, I also know how people in Israel tend to be dicks about anything from who's first in line at the supermarket to who's right about driving where on the roads. (You'll know what I mean if you've been there.)But from any reasonable point of view, the Holocaust was idiotic and insane. I'm pretty sure that even if you applied modern day genetics, it still would prove to be complete nonsense to kill all those people. Well, I guess according to modern day genetics the whole "Arian" thing is pretty silly.To be honest, the true "master race" would be a mix of lots of different races' attributes, not some inbred people (I'm exaggerating here). We'll have to worry about this kind of thing in the future again, I'm afraid.
Really? Japan was useless?
p.s., You stated, "...but you lack the critical thinking skills...". I must agree with you. I am, if nothing else, dumb, stupid, ignorant and basically a burden on this country. So do keep this in mind when next, or if, you reply to me or comment on a post of mine.Thank you.
Japan was not, repeat, not, an inconsequential ally of Germany. I have a cousin still aboard the USS Arizona and an uncle KIA on Bougainville. Both Marines that might not agree with your assessment of the quality of the Japs.
No they did NOT!You might want to re-read your, or the correct history.Hitler declared war on the United States. There was no treaty obligation to do so. That was stupid of him.
Hitler declared war on the United States the day after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. Coincidence? Obviously not. Hitler wanted to put his weight behind Japan. He was horribly wrong in doing so (again).
It was 11 DEC 1941 not 8 DEC 1941.
There was no legal/treaty obligation to do so.
OK.But Hitler obviously declared war on the USA as a direct act of support for Japan, unless if you think that the closeness in dates is a sheer coincidence. Ergo, Japan dragged Germany into a war with the United States, regardless of whether it was by treaty or simply Hitler's idiocy.