From what I can see in your posts, you say "Germany lost the war when it violated the Munich agreement"... uh... How could Germany "lose a war" that hadn't yet even been declared? They took the remainder of Czechoslovakia in March of 1939, well before the initiation of "the war" that most of us we refer to as WW2. Which war are YOU talking about? Now, let's get back to the question: When did Germany lose the war? I suggest it occured at the initiation of Operation Barbarossa. You can pick any other time from Sept 1, 1939 until June, 1941. I'll go with the invasion of France if you wish... or failure to defeat England in 1940. Put aside your childish tantrums and offer ONE VALID ANSWER to the question, and present your evidence. As you love to say so often, the burden of proof is on your shoulders. Or can you only dish it out, but can't take it?