Philip Francis Queeg: The Germans have always wanted close relations with Greece.[www.bookdrum.com image 418x493]
Lupine Chemist: A low Euro benefits export heavy Germany.
miniflea: Philip Francis Queeg: The Germans have always wanted close relations with Greece.[www.bookdrum.com image 418x493]For which the residents of Moscow should be grateful.
pdkl95: Warning: WILDLY nsfw language!Don't worry, it's all a plot the Greeks to save us from the next German empire./such hilariously-awesome satire/it's genius! GENIUS!
LibertyHiller: The diversion for Marita etc. made little difference; as I recall from Alan Clark's work, the spring of 1941 was too muddy for operations in Belorussia and the Ukraine, no matter what.
imontheinternet: Nein. If Germany wanted the PIIGS to bounce back, they'd quit trying to enforce austerity measures that are crippling any chance of recovery. Now, there's widespread corruption in the institutions that are supposed to be helping to keep these countries afloat. Huge surprise. It's almost as though surrendering your national sovereignty and handing an entire continent over to bureaucrats under the control of the banking cartel was a bad idea.
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