Why did Hitler attack the Soviet Union? Former KGB Agent exposes the scumbag Stalin’s double-cross of Hitler, and the Soviet plans to invade and roll over Europe while Hitler was busy fighting the French and Brits.
This was not a lecture by some quack at a conspiracy theorist conference, but rather, by a serious Russian military researcher and presented to the United States Naval Academy!
A historian and Soviet defector Victor Suvorov tells the story of World War II as started not by Hitler, but by Stalin. He contends that Russia’s part in starting the war was very much greater and much more sinister than has hitherto been assumed.
Viktor Suvorov – Preface, Ch. 4-6 and Ch. 29-33 of his Icebreaker – Who Started the Second World War? (1990). These extracts get you quickly to the premise of the book. His thesis: Stalin used Hitler, and initially promoted him, to serve as an “Icebreaker” to destroy the Western democracies. He then gulled Hitler with the Non-Aggression Pact, planning to catch Hitler unawares and invade Germany. The intended result was the destruction of Germany and the Western democracies to communistically “liberate” all of Europe. Unfortunately for Stalin, Hitler saw the danger and invaded first, beating Stalin’s plans by a spare two weeks.
Please see also the documentary: Hitler’s War – What the Historians Neglect to Mention