The Treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty that officially ended World War I between the Allied and Germany. The Allies created a League of Nations and armed with concept of a 14 point treaty that would stop war forever. The treaty was forced on Germany, in doing so they had to accept sole responsibility for starting the war. And that they had to pay for all the damages, decrease their military and surrender territory. With Germany unable to pay for the war and the hardship that it was putting on the people. The people wanted a change. Hitler and his Nazi party were quickly voted in. With his promise to recreate Germany and get its territory back. Hitler was able to created jobs by rearming the military and producing war equipment. By 1939 Hitler was ready to take back what was Germanys.
Invasion of Poland by the Germany 1939
Poland September 1939, the Germans Army begins its ruthless march of conquest, and sets the stage for World War II. Poland and its 34 million people are crush, scattered or enslaved by the German juggernaut. Over tens of thousands of square mile are engulfed by movement of Hitler armoured vehicles with lightning speed, the World learns of BLITZKRIG. Success comes easy for the German columns crush the badly out numbered polish defenses. Hitler’s goal was to destroy Dazing, knowing full well that this would bring war to Europe. On September, 1st 1939, Dazing falls to Germany and become part of the Reich and World War II has started. With little to stop their advance armoured cars and tanks speed across Poland at 30 to 37 miles per day. Even with the retreat of the Polish defenders and the demolishing of bridges, the German repair crews keep the columns moving. The German Generals theory was once you achieve contact don’t loose it. With the advancement in aerial reconnaissance, the Luftwaffe was able to easily pin point roads, bridges and troop fortifications railway junctions and important communication