Most historians state that Germany’s invasion of Poland was an unprovoked act of aggression designed to create Lebensraum and eventually take control of Europe. According to conventional historians, Adolf Hitler hated the Polish people and wanted to destroy them as his first step on the road to world conquest. This article uses non-German sources to document that, contrary to what most historians claim, Germany’s invasion of Poland was provoked by the Polish government’s acts of violence against its ethnic German minority.
World War Two really started shortly after the end of the First World War, when Polish militias attacked German units in East Germany in an attempt to create facts of Polish territorial gains before the imminent referendums. The battles between Polish and German militias over these territories continued into 1921, when Germany, under the pressure of the Allied victors, finally gave up and let Poland have its spoils. But the territories conquered and at the end seceded to Poland were inhabited to no small degree by Germans, in some areas by a vast majority of them, as numerous ignored referendum results have proved. Hence, this ethnic conflict kept on festering, until it finally resurged in the late 1930s, when Poland implemented a policy of “ethnic pressure” to drive all ethnic Germans out of its conquered western territories. This policy escalated at the dawn of WWII into a violent ethnic cleansing.
Some "false-flag" attacks are so false, they never even actually happened. The infamous "lie that started World War II" at a transmitting station at Gleiwitz, Germany might be such a case. If so, the elusive "attack" of the night of August 31, 1939 would hardly be the greatest mythical crime pinned on prostrate Germany at Nuremberg after the war.
Establishment historians characterize Germany’s invasion of Poland as an unprovoked act of aggression designed to fulfill Adolf Hitler’s desire for Lebensraum. This article will show, however, that Poland’s atrocities against its German minority forced Germany’s invasion of Poland.
The presidential candidate who promised to keep the US out of war was elected ... and didn't.
Just like 24 years earlier.
The beat goes on.