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#196 - gilfhunter (04/08/2014) [-]
When you look at Stalingrad, you realize it took alot to demoralize Soviet troops, I dont think it would have made a difference, except a few million more lives would have been thrown into the fire
#197 - chhwalker (04/08/2014) [-]
In certain situations such as Stalingrad or Leningrad, yes, the Russians be extraordinarily resilient and refused to surrender. However, in 1941 alone, the Germans captured more than 3 million Russian soldiers as POWs, so clearly they were capable of surrender.

Ultimately however, you're probably right. The German's did not have the capability to push much farther than Moscow, due to their supply lines and numerical inferiority, even if Operation Taifun had succeeded, and all Russian soldiers in the west had surrendered. So unless Stalin decided to sign a peace treaty, which would be incredibly unlikely, then it would have turned into a bloody war of attrition, that the Russians probably would have won in the end, albeit not quite as quickly as they did in real life.
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