How FDR Forced Hitler To Declare War on America.

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Why Hitler Declared War on the United States

Establishment historians state that Adolf Hitler made a mistake when he declared war on the United States. For example, British historian Andrew Roberts wrote:

“It seems an unimaginably stupid thing to have done in retrospect, a suicidally hubristic act less than six months after attacking the Soviet Union. America was an uninvadable land mass of gigantic productive capacity and her intervention in 1917-18 had sealed Germany’s fate in the Great War.”[1]

Historian Martin Gilbert wrote in regard to Germany’s declaration of war on the United States,

“It was perhaps the greatest error, and certainly the single most decisive act, of the Second World War.”[2]

In this article I will explain why Hitler was forced to declare war on the United States.

American Steps Toward War

       In his State of the Union address to Congress on January 6, 1941…

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An old canard that later was to be revived, reloaded… World War One Anti-German Propaganda – false atrocity stories of “bayoneting babies” and “making soap from corpses of their dead soldiers”

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In war “it is necessary to invent lies about the enemy”:

“During the First World War most countries publicized stories of enemy soldiers committing atrocities. It was believed that it would help persuade young men to join the armed forces. As one British general pointed out after the war: “to make armies go on killing one another it is necessary to invent lies about the enemy”. These atrocity stories were then fed to newspapers who were quite willing to publish them. British newspapers accused German soldiers of a series of crimes including: gouging out the eyes of civilians, cutting off the hands of teenage boys, raping and sexually mutilating women, giving children hand grenades to play with, bayoneting babies and the crucifixion of captured soldiers.” [1]

With Executive Order 2594, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson established the “Committee on Public Information” to propagandize Americans into supporting U.S. entry into the war. Leer más “An old canard that later was to be revived, reloaded… World War One Anti-German Propaganda – false atrocity stories of “bayoneting babies” and “making soap from corpses of their dead soldiers””