1940: WHY DID HITLER INVADE BELGIUM & HOLLAND?

Eight months have passed since the Allied powers of Britain & France had declared war against Germany for its justified invasion of Poland. The Allies have ignored Hitler’s numerous pleas for peace while amassing their armies in Northern France, close to France’s border with Belgium. Other than low-scale British and German maneuvers in Norway and Denmark, the great bloodbath known as World War II has not yet begun and can still be avoided.
 
The tiny states of Belgium and The Netherlands / Holland (both members of the Globalist League of Nations) claim to be “neutral.” In reality, under the pressure and influence of mighty England & France (also members of the League of Nations) the two mini-states have been assisting the Allies in their preparation for an attack upon Germany – which had quit the League of Nations in 1933. On May 10, 1940, Hitler orders the invasion of the Low Countries.

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