Well no, but none of the innaccuracies you're talking about aren't anywhere near that significant. Every historical WWII film ever made takes these sorts of liberties but they tend to stop short at having Adolf win. As long the liberties they take help the story and don't completely ruin suspension of disbelief I don't see the problem.
But then we're obviously looking for different things, and I'm not as well versed in the history of the period so it's not going to jump out at me so much.
(We're also talking about a story that has everything we're taught being a lie as one of the core themes, so...)