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Could Battle of Stalingrad be won by Germany if they haven't lost so muchmany aircraft in Battle of Britain?

So I come up with a question, maybe aan irrational or a dumb one, but what effect would have the Luftwaffe have had on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had thathad the ~ 2000 aircraft (they were lostlost in Battle of Britain  ) available for the battle?This This certainly could've changed the situation there for quite a bit?Or Or the air domination wasn't that much of a factor in Stalingrad?

So my questions are:

  1. What effect would have the Luftwaffe have had on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had thathad those ~ 2000 aircraft (that were lost in Battle of Britain  ) available for the battle?
  2. If it did havehad had some sort of effect, would it behave been a decisive one, which in a way could influence the result of the battle or it's just a nice thing to have type of effect?

Could Battle of Stalingrad be won by Germany if they haven't lost so much aircraft in Battle of Britain?

So I come up with a question, maybe a irrational or a dumb one, but what effect would have the Luftwaffe on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had that ~ 2000 aircraft (they were lost in Battle of Britain  ) available for the battle?This certainly could've changed the situation there for quite a bit?Or the air domination wasn't that much of a factor in Stalingrad?

So my questions are:

  1. What effect would have the Luftwaffe on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had that ~ 2000 aircraft (that were lost in Battle of Britain  ) available for the battle?
  2. If it did have some sort of effect, would it be a decisive one, which in a way could influence the result of the battle or it's just a nice thing to have type of effect?

Could Battle of Stalingrad be won by Germany if they haven't lost so many aircraft in Battle of Britain?

So I come up with a question, maybe an irrational or a dumb one, but what effect would the Luftwaffe have had on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had had the ~ 2000 aircraft (lost in Battle of Britain) available for the battle? This certainly could've changed the situation there quite a bit? Or the air domination wasn't that much of a factor in Stalingrad?

So my questions are:

  1. What effect would the Luftwaffe have had on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had had those ~ 2000 aircraft (that were lost in Battle of Britain) available for the battle?
  2. If it had had some sort of effect, would it have been a decisive one, which in a way could influence the result of the battle or it's just a nice thing to have type of effect?
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Could Battle of Stalingrad be won by Germany if they haven't lost so much aircraft in Battle of Britain?

So I come up with a question, maybe a irrational or a dumb one, but what effect would have the Luftwaffe on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had that ~ 2000 aircraft (they were lost in Battle of Britain ) available for the battle?This certainly could've changed the situation there for quite a bit?Or the air domination wasn't that much of a factor in Stalingrad?

So my questions are:

  1. What effect would have the Luftwaffe on the Battle of Stalingrad if they had that ~ 2000 aircraft (that were lost in Battle of Britain ) available for the battle?
  2. If it did have some sort of effect, would it be a decisive one, which in a way could influence the result of the battle or it's just a nice thing to have type of effect?