wm wrote: ↑
02 Dec 2021 22:00
The point is the Americans found 798-PS in 1945 and Lochner had nothing to do with it - especially in 1942.
Was the extraterritorial highway the continuation of the police of Weimar?
The Weimar regime demanded the Posen province, the corridor, and Upper Silesia but Hitler didn't - so hardly a continuation.
So no, Hitler didn't want the territories Germany lost in 1918
So the question is why?
Why didn't Hitler want the territories Germany lost in 1918?
This is why:
I wanted, first of all, to establish a tolerable relationship with Poland in order to fight first against the West.
France didn't abandon Poland in 1929 - citation needed.
Plan Z had the highest priority till it was canceled for lack of resources.
1 There is no proof that Canaris took notes during the meeting at the Obersalzberg
2 If he took notes, there is no proof that they were reliable
3 There is no proof that Canaris informed Lochner about the meeting
4 If he did ,there is no proof that what Lochner said was the truth .
1 There are no proofs for Hitler's references to the Armenians and to Chengis Khan .
2 798 -ps is even less reliable than the minutes about the conference from November 1937 .
The only person who could confirm that 798-ps was correct, was Hitler .
Non authorized notes can not be used to prove the content of a speech .
If Hitler wanted to attack the West, why did he order to construct the Westwall,which was a defensive measure and why did he blame Imperial Germany for its attack on the West in 1914 .