GERMANY: In the Stomach

To most good Germans it was something of a shock. Had not they been told for six years that Russia was their bitterest enemy? But that didn't mean the Pact wasn't a wonderful thing. Did it not plainly mean peace? Now they would get from the Poles what rightfully belonged to them, and Russia, their friend, wouldn't march through to attack them. Now the "encirclement" of the democracies was at an end. Now it was certain that England & France wouldn't fight. If there was to be a war, it would be a...

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