To what Extent Was Blitzkrieg an Effective Military Strategy?
Moreover, because it was vital for Hitler that the war, he planned was both short and limited, he had designed the tactics of Blitzkrieg to use abundant amounts of weaponry which relatively quickly exhausted German supplies and weapons, thus left Germany unable to fight a long war.
All in all, even though the tactics of Blitzkrieg proved to be effective in the beginning of the WW2 – during the invasion of Poland and Western Europe, it can be learned that revisionism must not be taken to extremes, because Blitzkrieg relatively quickly exhausted Germany’s weapon supplies and left it unable to fight a long war; as well as it was a tactic that proved less effective against well-organised defences later in war.
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