Yeah, I think the title speaks for itself. Who do you feel had/has the greatest military mind? I can't really go into much more detail, because I'd confuse myself. I'm tempted to say Adolf Hitler (don't crucify me yet). Why, you ask? Well, Hitler managed to occupy and control almost all of Europe, except for the UK and Russia, but more on that later. If Hitler would have taken out the 200,000+ troops his army encountered at that small town at the very edge of France, the war would have been over right then and there. Another mistake Hitler made was crossing the mountains of Russia to get to Russia. Why was that a bonehead move, you ask? Because Hitler did it in the middle of Winter, and the Russians burned mass amounts of crops that Hitler's army was planning on living off of. The last mistake Hitler made was under-estimating the strength of the UK. He bombed the hell of out them, but they never gave up, and I'm tempted to say all because of Winston Churchill. But, all things considered, if Hitler would have thought out his invasion of Russia a little better, and a few other things, Hitler could have over-taken the entire world eventually. I found it really interesting that Japan & Germany were working together to overthrow the US. Japan would have taken the West Coast, while Germany would have taken the East Coast. I'd imagine they'd meet in the middle of the US, and then Hitler would betray Emperor Hirohito, because he has a history of betraying his allies.