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Old 06-28-2005, 11:32 AM
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Default Re: The WWII Germany example

Dr. Makow recently fielded a letter on the US/Germany of the 1930's example. Although I am fully aware of all of what that letter refers to, as many of us are, how much do we really know?

The real situation, in simplistic terms is that current day USA is likely in worse straits by it's own design than 1930's Germany. Did Germany, or even Hitler invite WWII? Do we really know?

http://judicial-inc.biz/Broomberg.htm

The above link asserts that in 1939:

"Polish Bolsheviks kill 58,000 German civilians"

which precipitated Hitlers invasion. It also says that:

"Germany had protested in writing to the League of Nations literally dozens of times with no results."

So if this is true, and the whole article has merit, along with the two other articles cited earlier in this thread, can we any longer accept our pre-conceived notions of recent history?
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