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how the aims of Nazi foreign policy made World War II inevitable?

Author : Raha

Submitted : 2018-02-26 00:02:13    Popularity:     

Tags: foreign  policy  aims  Nazi  II  

The demands of getting the land lost in the Treaty of Versailles was paramount. Germany marched into the Saar region and France did nothing. Nazis marched into

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The demands of getting the land lost in the Treaty of Versailles was paramount. Germany marched into the Saar region and France did nothing. Nazis marched into Austria and France and England said nothing. Hitler asked for the Sudetenland and England gave it them from Czechoslovakia. Finally Hitler demanded the Danzig Corridor and England said no. France backed England. It’s been said this was the most legitimate of all demands because the area had been German for centuries. Hitler made a non aggression pact with Soviet Union and and attacked Poland. England and France told Poland to stand firm; but neither England or France were in a position to aid Poland.

Yes, Churchill knew that and prepared.

The Germans were butt-hurt about losing WW I and the Treaty of Versailles. German foreign policy--even before the Nazis took control--was geared to an eventual do-over with Germany as the victor and getting revenge for their loss in 1918. The Nazis were in complete agreement with this policy, and the industrialists and military thought they would unite the country behind the policy so supported their takeover.

As early as 1925, Adolf Hitler vaguely declared in his political manifesto and autobiography Mein Kampf that he would invade the Soviet Union, asserting that the German people needed to secure Lebensraum ("living space") to ensure the survival of Germany for generations to come. On 10 February 1939, Hitler told his army commanders that the next war would be "purely a war of Weltanschauungen ... totally a people's war, a racial war". On 23 November, once World War II had already started, Hitler declared that "racial war has broken out and this war shall determine who shall govern Europe, and with it, the world". The racial policy of Nazi Germany portrayed the Soviet Union (and all of Eastern Europe) as populated by non-Aryan Untermenschen ("sub-humans"), ruled by Jewish Bolshevik conspirators. Hitler claimed in Mein Kampf that Germany's destiny was to "turn to the East" as it did "six hundred years ago" (see Ostsiedlung). Accordingly, it was stated Nazi policy to kill, deport, or enslave the majority of Russian and other Slavic populations and repopulate the land with Germanic peoples, under the Generalplan Ost. The Germans' belief in their ethnic superiority is evident in official German records and discernible in pseudoscientific articles in German periodicals at the time, which covered topics such as "how to deal with alien populations".

i would hope not, i dont want another war

Something about the policy of invading foreign countries.

The N.A.S.I.s used to fly dirigibles to New Jersey at a time when hydrogen and helium were in low supply.



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