Was Nazi Germany ever bigger geographically than Ireland?
Was Nazi Germany ever bigger in geographic size than Ireland?
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
Germany was the rough equivalent of Texas in the US.
- PhilLv 61 month ago
Nazi Germany was aproximately 320,000 square miles circa 1941.
That is almost 10 times the area of The Republic of Ireland which is 32,595 square miles.
- MARKLv 71 month ago
The area of Germany is 357 022 square km. I shall infer the size of Germany was the same during the time the Nazis ruled it. I am not including any neighbouring countries they may have annexed.
The area of the island of Ireland is 84 421 square km. The area of the Republic of Ireland 70 273 square km. You do not state whether you refer to the geographical entity of the island or the political entity of the republic.
It can be seen that Germany is a little over four times larger than the island of Ireland and a tad over five times larger than the Irish Republic.
- AndrewLv 71 month ago
Apparently Bill slept through both history class and math class.
Germany as it exists today is nowhere near the same size as Nazi Germany was. The Federal Republic of Germany covers just under 140,000 square miles, making it slightly smaller than the US state of Montana. Nazi Germany eventually covered nearly 320,000 square miles of territory - that's nearly two and a half times the size of Germany today.
The German Republic is just over 4 times the size of the island of Ireland, and Nazi Germany was about ten times larger.
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- Bill-MLv 71 month ago
Nazi Germany and Germany are the same.
Germany is about 5 times bigger than Ireland.Ireland is approximately 70,273 sq km, while Germany is approximately 357,022 sq km, making Germany 408% larger than Ireland.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Yes, but not to fret it.
The Democrats are communists, not National Socialists, yet.