Fact that Nazi Germany wanted to gain territory
Correction, you mean: Get back German inhabited lands by peaceful means.
Ever heard the term "self-determination"? That was supposed to be the goal of the Treaty of Versailles, only that it did not apply for the Germans in the western border regions of the 2nd Polish Republic, South Tyrol, Bohemia (Sudetenland), Memel, Danzig, Alsace-Lorraine or Eupen-Malmedy.
and to destroy everything that was not of aerian race.
So wrong. That is the story the Allies tried to pitch with the propaganda trials at Nuremberg.
Germany never declared war on Britain, but France and Britain declared war on Germany for attacking Poland.
The British-French guarantee of March 1939 actually made the war happen by fostering an unsustainable Polish stance.
The Soviets also attacked Poland from the East because of their pact with Germany.
Stalin attacked Poland and Finland because he saw the opportunity. The US media were running much more favourable stories about the USSR than about NS-Germany. Also he knew that the Polish-British-French alliance was outnumbered by far by the Red Army.
? If Jerry had delayed their master plan for world domination by 4 years those that are left would be spricht the Deutsche by now!
Nope, that part of the story is pure BS.
There was no "master plan for world domination".
The chain of events proves it. Even after the war started there were continuous requests by the German side to end the war by negotiations, all rejected by the Allies with demands of "unconditional surrender".