Radio Show: What Was Really Behind the German Polish Border Dispute Which Led to WWII

RBNDeanna Spingola‘s guest, historian Rodney Martin, discussed: what was really behind the German-Polish border dispute, Hitler’s numerous generous offers to Poland for a negotiated settlement which would have averted war, and his many diplomatic initiatives with Britain to help maintain peace and avert war. Martin discusses the atrocities were being committed by the Poles against the minority ethnic Germans in Poland (which the UK, France and USA ignored, and historians, academia, and the media still ignore to this day). He explains why Hitler finally felt compelled to attack Poland, in what he had hoped would be a limited and short lived war, with only a few specific and urgent aims in mind. In spite of Hitler’s appeals for peace and to enlist the aid of Britain and other nations to help settle the dispute diplomatically, the allies lied about Hitler’s intentions, deliberately hid Hitler’s peace proposals from the public, and created a false and unjustified pretext to to attack Germany, and thereby start WWII. Martin addresses who the real war mongers were that really planned for and wanted World War II, and what their agenda was.

This show aired live on RBN on Oct-19-2012. This mp3 archive file is edited and commercial free.

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Please also watch the documentary:

Hitler's War
‘Hitler’s War – What the Historians Neglect to Mention'<—–
The first documentary ever to unabashedly explain, from the German perspective, how World War II really began, the many efforts that were made by Hitler to avoid it, and to establish a lasting, viable and mutually acceptable peace, but how he was ultimately left with no choice but to invade Poland.  The film documents many facts that have been deliberately left out of the “official narrative” as presented to the world by the victorious Allies.

Watch: Hitler’s Declaration of War Against Poland
(original Adolf Hitler speech in German with English subtitles – 25 minutes)

…and do your own research!

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