Why did the germans lose world war two?
A short explanation: first, the Germans lose too many resources trying to invade Leningrade and Moscow, when they got caught by a brutal winter. Later, they weren't able to defend two fronts at the same time: Normandy and East Europe, taken by the Allied troops and the Russian troops, respectively.
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