No. Hitler made too many bad decisions. 1. Driving out the Jews included the Jewish nuclear scientists so there was no way they were going to get the bomb first. 2. They had the RAF on the rope but then Hitler switched to bombing cities. That gave the RAF a chance to regroup, control the air and keep the Germans from invading. 3. Germany knew from WW ONE that they could not win a two front war yet Hitler goes and turns it into a two front war by attacking Russia. 4. Not having enemies to the east and west, Hitler goes and declares war on the USA, the biggest industrial power of the time. 5. Jets. First Hitler wanted bombers, then he wanted fighters, then he wanted bombers. His flip flopping on what kind of jets he wanted put them back two years, too late to change the outcome of the war. 6. He let Mussolini get him involved in a war in North Africa. There was nothing there but sand, it was a waste of time. 7. He pushed for battleships while his Navy commanders wanted hundreds of subs. He did not listen to them because there is no showmanship in having subs. 8. He was so worried about a coup that he fragmented the Germany military to the point only he could make major decisions. So when D-Day started they were unable to quickly respond to the attack. Two final problems were due to their practice of keeping control of the troops. 9. When someone got killed the troops waited until a new person was appointed from above to take over. They wasted a lot of time waiting for new commanders to arrive. In the Allied armies the next highest ranked person would move up and fill the slot and keep the mission going. 10. They would not tell the troops the full mission. Example, they were told to advance to a certain bridge but not what to do when they got there. So if the leader was killed, they would get to the bridge and do nothing. They did not know if they were suppose to hold the bridge, blow up the bridge, cross the bridge, etc. In the Allied armies the troops were told the full mission so if the leader was killed the mission continued. These last two were due to the ongoing fear in the German army of revolt from below, an idea that started with Hitler.