As I have continued to learn more and more about the logistics of the war that has previously only been about the battles for me, I am constantly suprised. Germany was not at full war-time production during the entire period of WWII? This is both confusing, amazing and scary all at the same time. There are so many parts to this to explore; Was this just Hitler's overconfidence? Was there a fear that the German people wouldn't support it? Did the rise of the Nazi party provide so much affluence to the country that there were still no people looking for work? Were the raw materials not available to support around-the-clock production? What would have been the outcome if they had seriously geared-up in the mid 1930s?(What If Forum, here I come) I have had a serious misconception for many years and I now understand some of the posts that people made saying that Germany couldn't have won the war no matter how successful their military campaigns were. Enlightenment and information requested.