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Newsgroups: alt.revisionism, alt.politics, can.politics, soc.culture.israel
From: george152 <gbl...@hnpl.net>
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2012 17:16:54 +1300
Local: Mon, Nov 5 2012 11:16 pm
Subject: Re: Was WW2 the Good war?
On 06/11/12 15:21, Harold Burton wrote:
> What smaller opponent was that? And what evidence you you have that heNot really up on your history are you.
> planned to take out that smaller opponent first? German aggression was
> always directed east. Provide any evidence that Germany was threatening
> France or England before they stupidly declared war on Germany.
Was Germany a threat to France and Britain ?
Definitely the remilitarisation of the Rhine Land. Why? Because it was
expressly forbidden under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles of 1919.
France was especially alarmed as the Rhineland was at the border between
the 2 countries At the same time, Other European powers knew full well
what a powerful German army could do as evidenced from the 1st world
war. As a result of Nazi aggression, the entire continent from the USSR
in the East to England in the Northwest started re-arming as well,
knowing that though they did not want to fight another world war, they
simply had to stop Hitler's threat of a global hegemony. The rearming of
the Rhineland was a signal of intent to make war.
Despite the fact that Neville Chamberlain and other leaders tried to
appease Hitler and prevent the war from coming, it simply fed his
ambition and his confidence to invade other nations and break the terms
of the Versailles Treaty. Britain and other powers though willing to
appease were also galvanized into a state of semi-war readiness and
would declare war if Germany violated Poland. As a side note i might
also add that, many of the allies were not only alarmed at German
rearmament but also became soft n thought the terms of Versailles were a
little too harsh, so they in turn thought, lets cut the Germans a little
slack n by doing so if we can prevent a war, then hey that'll do just fine.
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