The following paper should tackle the general narrative which teaches us that Germany was the only aggressor of the German-Polish war. It should as well identify the underlying causes of the outbreak as well as to find out who and which countries where the main aggressors besides Germany. This paper will be chronological structured which means that I try to go with history and dates. The first major event we have to look at is definitely the war treaty of Versailles.
The Treaty of Versailles
The treaty of Versailles should be the contract after the Second World War where all the winning countries came together and signed a peace treaty in order to stop the fights. What a lot of people forget is that the moving of the troops back home from the fronts and the war zones was actually negotiated in the 14 points Wilson plan rather in the later negotiated Treaty of Versailles. The treaty itself was signed on the 28th of June 1919 after long days, weeks and months of negotiations. ( Holocaust Encyclopedia) Do we actually know who negotiated this treaty? Yes, the current presidents and chancellors’ right? Wrong. The main negotiators where bankers who advised the presidents and current leaders of the big powers in their own interests. Let us look more accurately and closer at the negotiators. The main people at the table where Bernard Baruch who advised the American President Woodrow Wilson, Alfred Milner who advised The British Prime minister Lloyd George who was an employee of the Rothschild Dynasty and the French leader Georges Clemenceau was advised by his minister Georges Mandel whose correct name was Jeroboam Rothschild.(csun.edu) All these coincident came out only after the treaty was signed and all the blame was given to the Germans. The most interesting clause of this treaty was not the reparation payment or anything like this, it was the corridor given to the Polish people which divided Germany into two pieces. The Polish people got West- Prussia which was the necessary access to the sea for Poland as well as it was the perfect plan of the negotiators that this will be the perfect spark for the 2nd World War. This separation of the German Reich caused a trade issue between East-Prussia and the rest of Germany. Not only West-Prussia was given to Poland in this War treaty other regions as well which were far beyond of 90% Germans. The division of the Reich in 1919 was one of the major tensions which lead to the Second World War which we will see when I will tackle the Years prior to the 2nd World war later in this paper. (avalon.law.yale.edu/), (Taylor)
The treaty of Versailles included payments the Germans had to fulfill to the Allies. There was no specific sum listed in the in the treaty itself rather saying that there will be commission evaluating the damage and sending an invoice to Germany. The invoice of 1921 stated, that Germany had to pay 100.000 tons of pure gold. Interestingly...