posted on Jul, 27 2003 @ 11:22 AM
The Germans invaded Poland in order to exterminate the large Jewish population, and expand the German Reich. Two years later they used Poland as a
springboard in their invasion of the USSR. Conquering Europe was always the Nazis' aim. They wanted an empire similar in size to that of Rome, and
they wanted to kill the entire Jewish population of Europe.
Britain and France honoured an agreement with Poland that they would fight on her side should she be invaded. If they had not, Hitler would have
still invaded Europe. Thankfully, he did not manage to conquer the continent because the Allies stood up to him.
Hitler was a power crazed madman, and also an accomplished military strategist, as were many of his followers. The Nazis caused the World War, not
the Allies. The Nazis were in no way justified or right. They were the bad guys, France, the UK, the US, Poland and all the other allied nations and
resistance groups, were the good guys. There was no Jewish conspiracy. The Jews were a political scapegoat, a common enemy for the Nazis to rally
against. Nothing more.
I notice your location is Finland. Is your favourable view of the Nazis something to do with the fact that they fought alongside your people against