4 thoughts on “Enemy in the East – Reading & Analysis – Part Two”

  1. Interesting analysis. I don’t feel like I have a strong enough knowledge base in regards to WW2 to have a really strong opinion either way, but the more I listen to you, the more I think Hitler made some glaring and elementary errors.

    And Poland definitely got screwed over by all involved.

    In some ways, Hitler’s intense nationalism may have done him in. He was far too blinded by his nationalist grudges to think of the bigger picture. I’ve come to see Hitler as a cautionary tale for the populist right as opposed to a role model.

      1. That might be a bit fairer. I certainly agree with many of his domestic policies.

        BTW, sorry for double posting!

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