The Germans are losing the war in Russia, which means that they are losing World War II.
On the frozen plains of Rzhev before Moscow, on the Don and in the Volga corridor at Stalingrad, in the snows and floods of the Caucasus, the Russians are on the offensive. But, as of this week, the Russian offensives alone are not defeating the Germans.
Time is defeating the Germans. Old victories and old defeats are defeating the Germans: the Red Army's stands, retreats and counterattacks; the Wehrmacht's losses at Smolensk, Rzhev and Moscow;...