Truth about World War II
Traitors Chamberlain (Great Britain), Daladier (France) and fascists Hitler and Mussolini, Munich 1938. September 28-30 1938, Britain, France, Germany and Italy met at the Munich conference to surrender Czechoslovakia to the tender mercies of fascist Germany, while at the same time the western powers refused to respond to the Soviet proposals for a grand collective security alliance under the aegis of the League of Nations. By their ignominious policy of connivance at aggression, and by their class-inspired imperialist policy of abetting German and Japanese aggression against the Soviet Union, the reactionary circles of the Western Powers made it possible for the fascist aggressors to start the Second World War.
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Why War Was Not Prevented | Diplomatic Battles Before World War II | Correspondence J.V. Stalin 1941-1945 | J.W. Stalin Redevoeringen en Legerorders 1941-1945 | Falsifiers of History exposed | Cold War