Adikt, were you there? No?
War and military history/technology is one of the few things I am passionate about. I will be going to Marine boot camp this Fall, probably going to be sent to Iraq. I have tons of war movies, I study military history like it's my religion, and my book shelf is stocked with nothing but both fiction and non-fiction WW2 books.
So no, I'd say I didn't get everything I know from Medal of Honor.
You can call everyone here retarded but in the end, YOU are the one who "doesn't care what" I say or what Winters says. Good, if you don't, we can say the same about your useless tripe. I. Don't. Care. What. You. Think.
Winters was there. You weren't. He admitted to being vastly surprised by the enemy's inefficiency, but that was the way it was.
Once that first bullet goes past your head, theories and hypotherical war scenarios are absolute SHIT. They don't mean anything. In war, anything can happen. Just because the SS were (theoretically) crack soldiers, doesn't mean nothing bad can ever happen to them or they can never be caught off guard and dominated.
Yeah, Hitler's armies were so goddamed good, that they were obliterated in the east by the Russians at Stalingrad. They were good, but bad things STILL happen to good soldiers.
I think it's hilarious how you accused Shoe of arguing theoretically when you're the one using theoretical arguements. You're basing cold, hard facts about how crack and elite the SS was against what people SAY happened.
Get it through your mile-thick skull. Sit the hell down and fall in.