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Poland and Britain started WW2

OP DougTales 2 | 25    
29 Apr 2012  #61

Here is more about the British refusal to make peace:

The British government did not care at all about Poland. Poland could have been restored to prewar borders had the British not refused Hitler's peace offers. All the UK government at the time wanted was to destroy Germany - not just the Nazis but Germany itself.

From the article:
"We have - as Vansittart continued - "enough of offers from White Auer, Dahlerus, Goerdeler and his associates" (see document). "

irishguy11 7 | 157    
29 Apr 2012  #62

What is your connection to Poland? Next you will be saying that Ireland tried to invade England during the war.

Why don't you stop talking bullshit and go to join a nazi party.
szarlotka 8 | 2,210    
29 Apr 2012  #63

Next you will be saying that Ireland tried to invade England during the war.

Which of course is ludicrous. Mind you Ireland does invade England every year for the Cheltenham Festival;) As invasions go it's a great party!
isthatu2 4 | 2,712    
30 Apr 2012  #64

As invasions go it's a great party!

Of you were there late 90s early 00s,me to,crazy stuff,never has a last name got me so many drinks :)

Next you will be saying that Ireland tried to invade England during the war.

Liam Devlin did, came to kidnapp the PM with some Jerries,theyd have got away with it too if it hadnt been for JR Ewing !
Gruffi_Gummi - | 106    
30 Apr 2012  #65

"Poland and Britain started WW2", murdered the Jews, raided Pearl Harbor, and finally helped the Nazis launch their Moon rockets from the secret Antarctic base. Yeah, we rule!
17 Aug 2016  #66

if Britain and france had not told Poland they would back them up, Poland would have continued to negotiate with Germany, and possibly avoid conflict.
Jardinero 1 | 380    
19 Aug 2016  #67

Perhaps, but let's not forget the effect of huge propaganda in Poland before the war, where people were made to believe that the Reich was really not as strong as they seem, and Poland stronger than in reality. I remember reading S. Lem's recollections of that period. Either case, I personally believe there was a serious case of wishful thinking versus betting on reality, i.e. everyone's out for themselves when the **** hits the fan...
Crow 133 | 5,624    
19 Aug 2016  #68

No, Poland didn`t. Poland and other Slavs were main target. But Britain, i am sure about it, Britain or to say Britain`t ruling Anglo elite was inspiration of WWII. Same goes for USA. Their ruling establishments and Germany were those to put world and their own people to the sword. Rest was game.
Sajuuk Khar    
16 Jan 2017  #69

You disagree with his point? Enjoy.
16 Jan 2017  #70

Some of his statements are true but other false :
Poland did prepare a defensive war against Germany long before the war happens :

Poland wanted the war to get East Prussia, Danzig and all land east of the Oder

Poland did not have the means to oppose Germany.
That s why all Polish ships were sent to United Kingdom before WW2.
Poland knew their fleets would be destroyed at the start of the war so they had better chance to do damage abroad with UK.

Hitler provokes war at the polish-german border. Hitler needed a casus belli to start the war with false flag operation :
Lyzko 15 | 2,938    
16 Jan 2017  #71

In and of itself, the premise of the present thread is incorrect. If what is meant is that foreign instigation into Hitler's saber rattling finally induced the Germans into war, there is for sure some degree of truth, but certainly not as expressed by our more "conservative" posters. Some would have us believe the old self-pity that it was the Jews aka outsiders, perhaps even the US and the Versailles Treaty which all together were responsible for the rise of Hitler, and that the Germans were victims:-)

The latter argument is bull, because the roots of WWII go back further even than the start of the 20th century!

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