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Old 02-07-2017, 03:25 PM
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Default Re: Is it OK to punch a Nazi in the head?

Originally Posted by Jerome View Post
Originally Posted by Dragar View Post
It's a little known fact that Britain only entered the war due to ideological differences:

Germany signed a peace agreement with the Soviets, they had annexed Austria with popular Austrian support, then the Czechs were divided up. France and GB feared another war, one in which Russia was not a friend.

Poland, being were it is, would give the Germans an easy single front to rush through, which they did. The Allies thought guaranteeing Poland would deter Germany, and if not, then the Germans would have to fight on two fronts.

Ultimately, GB and France wanted to secure their spoils from the first war.

You should read a book once in a while.
No, it's true. Britain was very much against national health care too, deeming it a 'continental' idea that they'd have no truck with.
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