Sorry if this is a Confused or Convoluted sounding question....... Are there records of Meetings/Discussions that deal with what must have been the "Staggering" loss of Wehrmacht personnel by this point.? I guess i am thinking mainly (but not only) 1. Losses up to December 1942 on the eastern front. 2. Losses of soldiers at Stalingrad. 3. Losses in North Africa 4. Battle of the Atlantic 5. Kursk Did it ever worry Hitler and his staff.? By June of 1943, they must have lost Several Millions of some of their best Soldiers, Pilots. Sailors, Tank Drivers and Generals. Were people like Field Marshal Model, Rommel, Von Runstedt, etc etc.....were those types worried about going on with the increased loss of life of trained men.? Was that ever a point that was made to Hitler.? Did anybody ever say. something like...."We no longer have enough quality troops to win this". I am just making up round numbers because i have no idea what they actually were, but.......The 10 Million Man Army that existed in 1941 was not the same 10 Million Man Army that was available in July of 1943.....was it.? Did that worry Adolf Hitler.....or was he a complete Ideologue that thought his Vision/Plan/Strategy would conquer.?