There's a lot of things that don't make sense about WW II.
1. Why did the German's come within 20 miles of Moscow and then turn around go home.
2. Why did the German's have 300,000 British surrounded at Dunkirk and then let them all go.
3. Why did the US enter the war only after Germany attacked Russia? A. To save communism.
4. Why did the US drop the bomb on Nagasaki? A. Nagasaki had the most Christians of any city in Japan.
5. Why did Eisenhower kill 1.7 million German POW's after the war had ended?
If you consider for a moment that Winston Churchill, Eisenhower, Hitler and Stalin had the same "employer" then it starts to make sense.
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There are official explanations for some of those.
1. The Nazis did not "turn around" at the gates of Moscow. They went south to Ukraine to capture the wheat fields and oil fields. Hitler believed they were more important. He figured Napoleon captured Moscow once but it did him no good. Stalin could simply flee Moscow to evade capture. That was a mistake. I think capturing Moscow would have been a psychological victory. And might have gotten the Russians to depose of Stalin. Also, Hitler should have recruited the Ukrainians into his army rather than treat them like prisoners and slaves. They hated Stalin too and would have fought on the German side maybe. Later on the Germans did go to Moscow again but by then it was too late and Moscow was too strongly fortified to invade.
2. The Germans didn't let the 300,000 British troops escape. The German army was exhausted and needed to rest and their supply lines were overstretched. So Hitler let Herman Goering use his Luftwaffe air force to try to bomb the British army to smitherines. It didn't work though. The British evacuated most of the troops. But 50,000 were left behind and captured by the Germans. That's the official story. Even if Hitler had finished off those 300k troops, there were many more men in Britain that could have joined the army.
There is a new movie coming out now called "Dunkirk". You should check it out. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-eMt3SrfFU
3. The US entered the war because of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. The US did not declare war on Germany though. Hitler declared war on the US, hoping that in doing so, Japan would declare war on Russia too, but it didn't. This short documentary explains this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33xiWZT2YqM
When Hitler declared war on the US, that gave Roosevelt the excuse he needed to get America involved in the European campaign, which he didn't have before because the American people didn't want to get involved in it. It was a major blunder by Hitler, totally reckless, illogical and self-destructive.