>Stalin thought calls for NON-AGGRESSION would survive until at least Germany was done fighting Britain;
>because they knew that Germany couldn’t win the war at any point between 1939 to 1941
This contradicts with what everyone at the time thought. Lend lease was rushed because Americans saw USSR losing the war, Finns joined the offensive because they thought there was a good shot at winning lost territories and it was the German OKH that convinced Hitler to order it. And you know, you don't fall into severe depression fighting a war you think you can win.
>Like, a simultaneous war with Britain, USA, and USSR was an absolute nightmare scenario as far as German strategy was concerned and the Germans knew it
First off, nobody at the time thought US might join the war. Hell, even today nobody knows for sure if, when or how US would've joined the war had it not been for the German declaration. Remember, it was the Germans who triggered American entry and not the pressure from her allies.
>the Blitzkrieg wasn’t a cool plan it was a necessity if Germany ever hoped to win.
Blitzkrieg is just clickbait bullshit of its time. In reality Germans conducted a war of movement and encirclement called kesselschat instead of whatever "blitzkrieg" makes you think. Out-manouvering and surrounding your enemy is what captured millions of soviet pows during early stages of the war.
>Why not read an actual book instead of retard redditors and that chubby monkey Vaush? I recommend Age of Extremes, by Eric Hobsbawm
How do you even bother to argue about WW2 when your understanding of it is what history channel tells you.