To understand better what I want to discuss, I will recommend read the text of the first post on this link: Who Won the Second World War? - The Education Forum While the author uses a perhaps good logic to put the Soviet participation about the others, do you guys agree with him? Personally, I think WORLD War II was war more complex. The British historian he mentioned that was angry and mentioned the 56 divisions in France, didn't provided a strong argumentation in the Western Allies favour in my view. Factors like those divions, together with the British naval blockade, the German need of built U-boats, the Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union and the bombing campaign were surely much more impactant. I can't see the Soviets as the sole or more important element behind the Allied victory in WWII, despite their enormous contribution. I already tried to subscribe to that view, and couldn't maintein it. I always started to considerate what the Germans could have done, what the Germans could have employed in the East if there was no West, and couldn't maintein the view. Coincidence or not, exactly the same argument of many who argue about the Soviet superior importance use to justify it, just with the Eastern Front, of course. I can't understand how a front can be put above the others in a war were all was interconnected. And I don't think this is even a matter of opinion, but fact. What are your opinions?