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The “free city” of Danzig is 95% German. Along with its surrounding German area of East Prussia, Danzig was isolated from the German mainland by the Versailles Treaty. Formerly German territory now belongs to Poland, cutting right through the Prussian/Pomeranian region of Germany. As had been the case with Germans stranded in Czechoslovakia, the Germans in Poland (those not expelled in 1919) are a persecuted minority.
Hitler tries to solve the problem of the ”Polish Corridor” peacefully. He proposes that the people living in Danzig, and the “corridor” be permitted to vote in a referendum to decide their status. If the region returns to German sovereignty, Poland will be given a 1 mile wide path, running through Germany to the Baltic Sea so that it would not be landlocked.
The Poles consider Hitler’s solution, but behind the scenes, Poland is urged by FDR (President F.D. Roosevelt) to not make any deals with Germany. When it becomes apparent to Hitler that Poland will not allow a referendum, he then proposes another solution – international control of the formerly German regions. This sensible offer is also ignored.
The Globalists intend to use foolish Poland as the match which ignites World War II.
The Polish-British Common Defense Pact contains promises of mutual military assistance between the nations in the event either is attacked by another European country. This builds upon a previous agreement (March 1939) between the two countries, and also France, by specifically committing to military action in the event that Poland is attacked.
With this agreement, powerful Globalist forces in the UK have now trapped the reluctant Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, as well as France and Poland. All that is left to do now is for Polish-Bolshevik border thugs to deliberately provoke Germany into action and get the ball rolling.
The Gleiwitz radio station was attacked. Calls to kill German residents of Poland are broadcast.
AUGUST 31 1939
THE GLEIWITZ INCIDENT:
BOLSHEVIK POLISH TERRORISTS ATTACK A GERMAN RADIO STATION
Overestimating their strength, underestimating German strength, and knowing that France and the UK would now be forced to back them, Polish-Bolshevik terrorists cross the border and attack a German radio station in Silesia, Germany. It is actually the latest in a string of deliberate border instigations against Germany.
The ”Bolsheviks” then broadcast a message (in Polish) urging others to take up arms and start attacking Germans. German police quickly arrive and retake the station, killing one of the Red terrorists.
Bolshevik Red terrorists, their Polish government protectors, and their Globalist masters have picked a fight with Germany!
Modern historians claim that the Gleiwitz incident was staged by Germans dressed as Polish terrorists. But as is the case with the Reichstag Fire conspiracy theory, they offer no evidence, (beyond a forced “confession” obtained after the war) to support this theory –– a theory that ignores the outrageous and repeated pattern of provocations directed at Hitler’s Germany ever since 1933, the numerous border incidents, and also Hitler’s sincere attempts to negotiate a fair resolution to the Corridor and Danzig controversies.