...................................THE WAR GUILT LIE

The German-Polish war started on September 1st, 1939. Due to the declarations of war by England and France against the German Reich on September 3, 1939, the local war became a European war. This European war became a world war on September 12, 1941, when Roosevelt instructed the American Navy to sink any German warships, for which the American Secretary of the Navy laconically wrote that the nation had entered the war, only did not know.


Now to the German-Polish war: Poland, which had been under Russian rule, was re-established in 1916 by Germany and Austria as an independent state. As a "thank you" for this, the Korfanty gangs and regular troops conquered purely German areas in Upper Silesia and West Prussia and established a reign of terror there, despite voting victories for Germany in the voting areas. Because of the support of France, they could keep these areas. Poland was in the Versailles dictation a "corridor" to the Baltic Sea was given, in that large parts of West Prussia, which were populated by German, were given to Poland. This separated East Prussia, which was part of the Reich. Lloyd George, the English Prime Minister in World War I, tapped this "corridor" on the map during Allied talks about peace to be concluded and said: "The next world war will break out here".
Hitler, unlike the Western Powers, realistically assessed the danger of Bolshevik Soviet Russia, and believed that he would not be able to withstand the Soviet Union without a Polish ally. He therefore made a non-aggression pact with Poland in 1934.

Massacred ethnic Germans in the German territories occupied by Poland

In deepest peace, thousands of Germans who remained in their homeland are cattle-murdered by the Poles in the Polish-occupied German territories. In the summer of 1939, when the life of every ethnic German in Poland was threatened and at greatest risk, the German Reich faced a supernatural emergency recognized by international law. With the Polish mobilization beginning on August 24, 1939, the war psychosis reached its peak in Poland. Poland is willing to force the war with Germany at any price. Since there was no response from the Polish side to the proposals for unification of the German leadership, but the brutal abuse and murder of the Germans by the Poles continued unchanged, the Greater German Wehrmacht marched in to protect the German population in Poland.
However, there were an awful lot of occasions and events, alliances and contracts, warmongers and traitors, as well as various circumstances that led to the outbreak of this terrible war. For this reason, history-interested readers should also refer to further literature here.

by Thies Christophersen..............The War That Had Many Fathers (Video on the subject):::::::::::::by Udo Walendy

"We'll force the war on Hitler whether he likes it or not!"
Winston Churchill 1936


"It is our business to ruthlessly declare war on Germany, the No. 1 enemy of the state." Bernhard Lecache, President of the World Jewish League, 9.11.1938


"The war in Europe is already a done deal ... America will go to war after Britain and France."
US Ambassador Bullit, 25. April 1939


"Poland wants the war with Germany, and Germany won't be able to prevent it, even if it wanted to."
Rydz-Smigly, Marshal of Poland, Juli 1939


"We have no border fortifications, because we intend to wage a movement war and to invade Germany from the start of the operation."
Polish Minister of War, Kasprzycki, 18.05.1939

In fact, until self-denial, Adolf Hitler was prepared to reach a peaceful agreement with Poland on access to the stolen German territories. Hitler didn't want to jeopardize the continued peaceful development of his country at almost any cost. What he achieved in six years of peace was unprecedented in human history and even prompted David Lloyd George (British war premier in the First World War) during his visit to Germany in 1936: "Yes, Heil Hitler. I also say this because he is truthful is a great man. " And on September 17, 1939, when he returned from Germany, he wrote in the Daily Express, among other things: "People are happier. All over the country you meet a happy, happy people." The imperial government did not want to endanger the new blossoming of his so battered and humiliated people. The corresponding documents of the diplomatic efforts of August 1939 prove this very impressively. And that is even confirmed today in an article for the Russian Ministry of Defense. But Poland was working hard for war. On August 17, 1939, Poland closed the small border traffic and persecuted the defenseless German population remaining in the occupied territories with unprecedented harshness and cruelty. In the fall of 1939, around 13,000 murder cases of ethnic Germans by Poland could be proven. And all of that, just to leave Adolf Hitler with no way to avoid war.

On August 22, Adolf Hitler declared that relations with Poland had become intolerable. A day later, the Foreign Ministers of the German Reich and the Soviet Union signed the German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact in Moscow on August 23, 1939.

On behalf of Great Britain and France, Poland then pushed ahead with the provocations and acts of violence against Germans. On August 24th, German Lufthansa passenger planes were shot at by Polish flak near Gdansk.

On August 25, Hitler made another offer to the British ambassador in Berlin, Henderson, "for the peaceful resolution of all current and future problems."

But the warmongers responded on August 25 with the ratification of the British-Polish Aid Pact, which referred to a possible attack by Germany on Poland. In the night of August 24-25, Poland provoked at least 21 border incidents.

On August 28th at 10:30 p.m. Henderson presented Hitler with a British memorandum: Poland would be prepared to negotiate directly, but this was not the case. On August 29, at 6:45 p.m. Hitler submitted his answer to Henderson: "British proposal accepted. The Reich Government expects Polish delegation for August 30."

At midnight on August 30, the Foreign Minister Henderson read out a 16-point program for the non-appearing Polish representative. This effort was in vain, because on the same day Poland prepared to attack Germany by ordering mobilization.

On the morning of August 31, the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin received news of the murder of the German consul in Krakow, which was already a legitimate reason for war under international law.

On the same morning Henderson informed the Polish ambassador in Berlin of the 16 point proposal of the government. The latter immediately forwarded it to his government. Poland, however, haughtily rejected the proposals, and the military invasion of Berlin was a done deal for Warsaw.

On September 1, 1939, Germany responded to the increasingly violent Polish attacks on Germans with an initially limited military operation. German troops crossed the Polish border early in the morning to protect Germans who had come under Polish rule after the Versailles dictation.

Against this background, it shivers when you see the professional liars used by the world rulers against the defenseless young Germans with psychological-media titles of destruction like

"1939: When a people invaded the world."
contrary to the official Jewish dictated propaganda, our grandfathers were not criminals

die sozialen Errungenschaften im Deutschen Reich waren einzigartig und es gab auf der ganzen Welt nichts Vergleichbares
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"Ashamed and humiliated... " Stourbridge, 16.3.1984 (ap)


The UK Attorney General, Sir Hartley Shawcross, said in a speech on Friday evening:
"Step by step, I have arrived at the conviction that the aims of Communism in Europe are sinister and fatal. At the Nuremberg trials I, together with my Russian Colleagues, condemned Nazi aggression and terror. I believe now that Hitler and the German people did not want war. But we declared war on Germany, intent on destroying it, in accordance with our principle of the balance of power, and we were encouraged by the Americans around Roosevelt. We ignored Hitler's pleading not to enter into war. Now we are forced to realize that Hitler was right. He offered us the co-operation of Germany: instead, since 1945, we have been facing the immense power of the Soviet Empire. I feel ashamed and humiliated to see that the aims we accused Hitler of are being relentlessly pursued now, only under a different label.