Did Germany attack France and England?

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The misinterpretation of not only Russian, but also world history by Russian liberals has broken all boundaries of reasonable. Not that long ago, a frequent guest at Echo of Moscow radio station, Konstantin Remchukov, posted a tweet about the lies of Joseph Stalin and the Pravda newspaper.

“Stalin to Pravda editors, 11.30.1939: “It was not Germany that attacked France and England, but it was France and England that attacked Germany,” Remchukov tweeted.

In his tweet, Mr. Remchukov puts emphasis on the extent of lies of both the Pravda newspaper and Joseph Stalin. It appears, though, that the question of lies in this case is nothing but a question of faith. Some believe in God, others believe in the transmigration of souls, and someone else – in liberal values.

In order to understand this, shall we look into the WWII chronology (we understand here that a war becomes global when there are several countries participating in it.

To start with, on 31 August, the German press reported: “… on Thursday, at about 8:00 p.m., the radio room in Gleiwitz was captured by Poles.”

On September 1, at 4:45, the German battleship Schleswig-Holstein arrived in Danzig and opened fire on Polish fortifications on the Westerplatte.

The Poles killed several thousands of Germans living in the city of Bromberg. The city was subsequently taken away from Germany and delivered to Poland under the Treaty of Versailles.

Hitler, wearing a military uniform, made  a speech at the Reichstag. To justify the invasion of Poland, Hitler referred to the incident in Gleiwitz. Hitler did not use the word “war” fearing that France and England might join the conflict as the two countries had previously given adequate guarantees to Poland. Hitler spoke about “active defense” against Polish aggression.

The same day, Britain and France, under the threat of declaration of war, demanded the immediate withdrawal of German troops from Poland. Mussolini offered to convene a conference for the peaceful solution of the Polish crisis, but Hitler refused.

On September 3 at 9:00 a.m., England declared war on Germany. The same day, at 12:20, France did the same along with Australia, India and New Zealand.

On September 4, 24 bomber planes were downed during a British air raid on Wilhelmshaven.

The US and Japan announced their neutrality on 5 September.

On September 6, South Africa declared war on Germany.

On September 7th, French troops crossed the border with Saar, thus attacking Germany.

US ambassador to Britain Joseph Kennedy stated that France and Britain would have never made Poland the reason for a world war, if it was not for Washington’s incitement. Interestingly, Chamberlain’s notes from 1938-1939 (stored at the University of Manchester) are closed for access before 2037.

The chronological events thus show the following: Germany triggered the war with Poland, but Poland was escalating the war as well having killed several thousands of Germans in Bromberg and Danzig.

Hitler was trying to return the German territories that had been given to Poland in accordance with the Treaty of Versailles. Under the treaty, Poland received territories of the Russian empire as well: here is where the root causes of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact lie.

Did Stalin and the Pravda newspaper lie when they said that it was not Germany that attacked France and England, but vice versa?

The raid of the British Air Force on Wilhelmshaven on September 4, 1939 and the French attack on Saar on September 7 – was it not an attack on Germany?

Therefore, the notes from Mr. Remchukov, editor-in-chief of the Nezavisimaya Gazeta, show his poor knowledge of history.

As we can see, history does repeat itself. Nowadays, we have Ukraine instead of Poland. In the Donbass, Ukraine is doing what the Poles did in Danzig and Bromberg. Similarly, Washington is pushing European countries to sanctions against Russia. Hitler is missing, but we can the Western media creating one from the image of the Russian president.

 


Armoured Vehicles of the Russian Airborne Troops

– See more at: http://www.pravdareport.com/history/06-06-2016/134635-world_war_two-0/#sthash.PshEZgDc.dpuf

10 COMMENTS

  1. Getting ethnic Germans killed to provoke Germany is an identical strategy to getting ethnic Russians killed to provoke Russia. Poland is even sending its own military aid and “advisors” to help the scheme in Ukraine.

    The key difference is that the Donbass militias were able to hold their own and overt Russian troops were not necessary. However, if that were not the case… well, as Putin said, “If a fight is inevitable, go and fight first.”
    veteranstoday.com/2015/10/23/putin-if-a-fight-is-inevitable-go-and-fight-first/

  2. Poland was the trap for Germany as Ukraine is the trap for Russia today. I think, that is what he has in mind.

  3. League of Nations [former UN]- you are worse than the fantacist you quote. The UN didn’t get thought of until 1944! Strewth!

  4. Oh dear: dis-is-information. Well, to some. But when quoting sources do get it right instead of making it up as you go along for some tempting juicy dis-is-information exposure such as this:
    “Stalin to Pravda editors, 11.30.1939: – spot the made up dis-is-information. The date! Bravo. It is not how Europeans-Soviets write dates. In fact only one country does and it was not writing the supposed quote which of course is exposed for what it is. Lies.

  5. Let’s not forget that, prior to all this, “Judea” declared war on Germany way back on March 24, 1933. Long before the Hitler government began restricting the rights of the German Jews, the leaders of the worldwide Jewish community formally declared war on the “New Germany” at a time when the U.S. government and even the Jewish leaders in Germany were urging caution in dealing with the new Hitler regime. To figure out what happened afterwards is just a matter of connecting the dots in the political, economic & occult spheres of influence.

    • There was no Israeli state back then but, yes, Hitler tried to ship off as many Jews as possible to Palestine, as per the “Transfer Agreement”. This shows that his primary intention was not to exterminate the Jews but rather to isolate and contain them & their nefarious influence. Of course, as it often happens, the unintended consequence was the creation of that Zionist terrorist state. It’s interesting to note that many Jews made the conscious choice to stay in Germany through to the late 1930’s and early 1940’s rather than go live in Palestine, a land they felt no connection with.

  6. I wish we had sided with the Germans against the Soviets…at least morally if not militarily. The Rothschild controlled US/UK simply do as their told. Hitler should have more fully appreciated that…He was actually the least aggressive, desired war less than Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin…Hitler, the more we know about him, was the most lied about politician of the 20th century…#2 might have to be Saddam..

  7. Whether Gleiwitz was a false flag action is debatable. Poland had committed more than enough acts of aggression up to that time whereas Hitler had bent over backwards to come to peaceful resolution – even offering to cede the “Corridor,” demanding only a narrow land strip to provide access between western Germany and East Prussia. Poland belligerently refused every attempt to reach reasonable settlement having been assured of backing by Britain and the US.
    Poland, along with the Allies [and the unmentionable crowd that control them] bear the guilt for starting the war. Germany made every reasonable effort – and then some – to prevent it.

  8. See Veterans Today article –

    Tuesday, September 13th, 2011 | Posted by Dr. Ingrid R. Zundel
    Hitler and the Banksters: The Abolition of Interest-Servitude

  9. John Paul II: only decent pole. Rampant idiocy in over binged poles may trigger another war. Certainly, poles when drunk would conquer Berlin and Moscow, when sober spread all over Europe as 3rd. class immigrants.

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