Why did Poland, suffering deeply under Jewish Supremacy like Germany, start WWII? Could it have been masterfully misdirected vengeance?
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Great Britain’s Blank Check to Poland
On March 21, 1939, while hosting French Prime Minister Daladier, Chamberlain discussed a joint front with France, Russia, and Poland to act together against German aggression. France agreed at once, and the Russians agreed on the condition that both France and Poland sign first. However, Polish Foreign Minister Józef Beck vetoed the agreement on March 24, 1939. Polish statesmen feared Russia more than they did Germany. Polish marshal Edward Śmigły-Rydz told the French ambassador,
“With the Germans we risk losing our liberty; with the Russians we lose our…
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