February 25th, 2010
Re: Slow learners info
Originally Posted by LeEnfield
Now why does every one only quote the Bomber raids in Europe, what about the bombing raids on Japan. They where far more deadly than any thing that went on in Europe.
People sight the European War because that is where their argument is the strongest. Far less people debate whether bombing Japan was a waste of effort.
Originally Posted by imp
Do you really believe that who is more productive 20 small factories or one big one, the modern model plumps for the big one.
It might not be as efficient but, one factory damaged meant that weapon could not be produced at all until the factory was repaired. But, if you have twenty smaller plants and two get wiped out then, eighteen are still producing. A reduction in production not a stoppage.
The other thing you have to remember is, the German military set up weapons production before the war. After several factories were destroyed then the German military turned over the production to civilians, who knew about production. The result was they produced more products, increased in quantity and quality.