Assuming Germany wins WW2 and is dominating the entire continent by 1944/45 -what effect does this have on the US/Britain in the following decades? Because if the Germans win, the US/Britain: -dont abduct or steal 1600+ top German scientist,thousands of patents and aircraft,rockets etc they can reverse engineer . Thus US/British technological development is slower/different. -There is far less immigration to the US/Britain from Europe than compared to OTL,so most of the successful European immigrants that came OTL are not there to found new companies or technologies. -Eisenhower probably wont get president, even if he does he didnt get to see the Reichsautobahnen in occupied Germany, thus he either wont push the Federal Aid Higway Act of 1956 or in a greatly reduced form. -Forget the Bretton Woods System and the Dollar as the world reserve currency, or even the Petrodollar, with all of Europe dominated by the Reichsmark - and possibly the rump USSR and the Mid East as well.So economically the US is doing worse because: The world's need for dollars has allowed the United States government as well as Americans to borrow at lower costs, giving the United States an advantage in excess of $100 billion per year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reserve_currency So its safe to say that the US/Britain/World would be technologically less developed and less wealthy if the Germans had won the war?