Hitler’s defeat: Why didn’t the Wehrmacht capture Moscow?

Hitler’s defeat

In December 1941, the German blitzkrieg in the East suffered a final failure when the Wehrmacht did not take Moscow. The war took on a protracted nature, which played in favor of Hitler’s opponents – they possessed much greater resources and capabilities. Why did the Germans not manage to overcome the last kilometers to the capital of the USSR after the grand victories in Belarus, near Kiev, Vyazma and Bryansk, after the Red Army suffered several million losses? What strategic mistakes and miscalculations did Hitler and his closest circle make?

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