Contrary to popular sentiment – Germany Did Not Start World War II

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Germany Did Not Start World War II

By TSonNovember 23, 2019 • ( )

By Paul Craig Roberts | IPE

This is the second installment of Ron Unz’s long report on the emergent truth about World War II. (http://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-understanding-world-war-ii/) Unz has a facility for summarizing vast works of scholarship into their essentials. Unz is also intellectually honest and has massive intellectual courage. He saves the rest of us a lot of work.

The aims of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, a mass movement that came to power legally in Germany, to correct the unemployment caused by unjust reparations forced on Germany by a starvation policy imposed by the British following World War I and to put Germany, dismembered by the unjust and demonic Versailles Treaty, back together, has been demonized and its intentions mischaracterized by most Western historians. There is no worst, or more uninformed…

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2 thoughts on “Contrary to popular sentiment – Germany Did Not Start World War II”

  1. “The German leader, Adolf Hitler, had re-acquired German terrorities given to Denmark, France, and Czechoslovakia by the humiliating Versailles Treaty”

    No, Hitler accepted that Danes in Nord Slesvig had voted to come back after WWI (to Denmark) and was later forced to invade Denmark (and Norway).

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