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abraham lincoln said something like the best way to get rid of your enemies, is to make them your friends. hitler did the exact opposite. he just couldnt help himself and backstabbed all his best buddies right where it hurts. he grabbed em by the sack when they looked the other way
This video has so many pop history errors:
- The Versailles treaty wasn't as bad as the Nazi propaganda portraits (and you regurgitate here) but it wasnt even implemented diligently. By the time the Nazis came to power it has been all but ignored.The Market Crash of 29 influenced the situation much more.
- Chamberlain knew very well peace would not last. One of the first things he did after the infamous "Peace in our time" speech was to increase the military budget many times over
- The French knew and expected the Germans to try go through Belgium, they did not expect the Germans to break through the hilly Ardennes. This is actually the reason they capitulated so fast: Most of their army was in Belgium while the German breakthrough allowed them to head straight to Paris and cut them off.
- Concidering the above,the Maginot workedasit should: block that avenue of approach and be hard as fuck to break. As a matter of fact the line held on until the capitulation.
- Everyone used horses in their armies fir the first years, including the Germans. Saying that the French (or Polish as is also common) only used them is a great sign of ignorance.
- On that front, the French were ahead of the Germans in tanks, having some of the best early war models including few of the heavy types.
Maybe next time you reads ome decent sources for your video and not Reddit.
WRONG WRONG WRONG about Ethiopia! Incredibly wrong Italy tried, got pushed out to what is now Eritrea. Ethiopia also had guns. It’s a country that’s about the size of Texas so it would take sometime to push them out. I understand the point is to “oversimplify” but you’re just dead wrong here.
Austria WANTED to become a part of Germany, the Austrian army marched to Berlin the VERY SAME DAY Germany "invaded" Austria. It was a sign of trust between their common folk. They even had a popularity vote from the Austrian people if they should be submerged into a greater, equal folk or not and it was amazingly 99% yes. Germany's booming economy in a broken era of poverty helped this.
If you want the really over simplified version, then just know this...there would not have been any world war had the jews not existed. But alas they exist and alas they are responsible for all our wars and will be our masters soon enough. They are masters of sabotage and converting peoples minds into pliable agreeable happy subjects. They have been kicked out of more countries in history than any other peoples. But nobody wonders why? Well too late, now they run most countries in the world. And the next wars, will be against the countries that aren't yet run by these guys. Nothing against good jewish people. But there is a group of people, not just jews btw, but they are set on world domination. Much like Hitler, only far worse. They think we are all their slaves and that we are an inferior race to them and that we should be treated as dogs.
Just pointing out... they were NOT anti socialist. They were PURE, hyper far left, super socialists. Both of em.
State pension for everyone? Done.
Healthcare for every citizen? Done.
State control of means of production and distribution? Done.
State control of news and education? Done.
The only big social difference between them and say, communism, is that they understood that a socialist system is unsustainable by itself, so they invaded the HELL out of everything making slave countries. To pay for their super socialist agenda.
Ok, Hitler was a ten pinches more racist, but NO ONE finds it funny that with all the ethnic groups and religions around, he CASUALLY had a murderboner for the most economically successful one, and plundered the hell out of them?
That's WW1. In WW2 both the UK and France had a defensive alliance with Poland and publicly guaranteed their independence. Germany's invasion was a flagrant violation of this, and so both the governments of the UK and France declared war on Germany.
Russians won WW2. You may say what you want. All your opinions are based on cold war mentality. The allies were afraid of Russians, they despised them and all they wanted was a weak Russia with as many Russians killed as possible. The elite, the strongest German armies fought on Eastern front. Allies acted cowardly, waiting to attack the Germany when it was already weakened and it was obvious that they would loose. USSR asked for allied help many times, but they just gave Russians some supplies. And now they claim that their supplies made all the difference in the war. U.S. attacked Germans when it was weak and yet even then the German armies on Western front were able to put a decent fight. You had no idea what it cost for Russia to win this war. American’s D-day was a disaster. Americans asked Russians to attack on Eastern front to make things go better for themselves. Thus, Russians attacked in the East to make fight easier for Americans. The result was: Russians lost at least 600 000 soldiers because of that. Overall Russians lost at least 30 000 000 people in WW2. To put it simply, the Red Army won the greatest and most tragic war in history.
This is crap! Russia never attacked Poland! they actually attacked Germany hence the Berlin wall and don't forget the promise of the allied forces to protect its allies. Russia took over Berlin before USA....
You are so wrong it's not even funny. Germany declared war on Poland on September 1st, 1939, following the Molotov-Ribbentrop plan, a mostly secret agreement made by Germany and the USSR a week prior to divide up Poland based on an important river which ran through it. The USSR then invaded Poland on the 17th of September, taking tens of thousands of Polish soldiers as prisoners. There is no way you can write that as an invasion of Germany, especially since war between Germany and the USSR didn't begin until 1941 with the German invasion of the USSR in Operation Barbarossa.
I also fail to see where the Berlin Wall fits into this. Following one of the several peace conferences between the three leaders of the Allies: Stalin, Churchill, and Roosevelt, they agreed to divide up the occupation zones of Germany following the surrender of Germany. As Berlin was its capital, they also agreed to divide up the capital amongst the major Allies (the UK, France, US, and USSR). Basically the USSR got Eastern Germany and Easter Berlin, and the Western halves were divided between the Western Allies, though that territory was soon turned into a single occupation zone. Following a string of people leaving Eastern Berlin to the West, and in an effort to strengthen the so-called Iron Curtain, the USSR.....well Warsaw Pact, built a wall separating East and West Berlin in early 1960's. Once again, not sure how any of this proves that the USSR didn't attack Poland.....
Finally, yeah, the USSR took Berlin. So what? That was the agreed upon battle strategy in the Peace Conferences mentioned above. It wasn't that the USSR was somehow quicker to get to Berlin, Roosevelt and Churchill just agreed to let Stalin get the "glory" of taking Germany's capital (and taking the combat losses) while the Western Allies focused on taking the territory south of Berlin and begin shifting their war efforts to the Pacific Theater.
nope, this is not just oversimplified. you displayed the current german flag where the flag of the reich should have been. seconds later you displayed the belgian flag instead of the german one. please get your facts straight.
Churchill was a plagiarist who stole art and peddled it as his own. He was part of the Focus group that saved him from bankruptcy to use him as a warmongering politician. He was kicked out of the Admiralty
No he wasn't. The only brilliant strategy by Germany, the creation of the blitzkreig was no designed by him. Furthermore he not only unecessarily lost an entire army in North Africa, but he also launched an invasion of the USSR that had little chance of success. Then when his armies started being defeated in the USSR, he offered no relief, forcing many of them (most infamously the army in Stalingrad) to surrender. Real genius there.
that's not the truth : holocaust was a zionist conspiracy ... that's why when you ask for gaz chambers evidences , you 'll get automatically sued or called an antisemitic , that's too easy to hide the truth
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Pe orlo.ro gasesti toate cataloagele de bricolaj, de la cei mai importanti comercianti. Catalog Dedeman, Catalog Praktiker, Catalog Baumax, Catalog Bricostore, Catalog Ambient si altii.
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