I know what I have to say can be a very contentious issue. We all know that WW2 started when Hitler's Germany send troops over to Poland and conquered them. Let there be no doubt. The Nazis were brutal and barbaric. They were also relentlessly cruel. However, if you were to read history, you will remember that when WW1 ended, the entire Germany fell into the control of the League of Nations. The League of Nations under France, also imposed the unethical Treaty of Versailles on Germany and made them paid. More interestingly, to prevent Germany from rising again, they had decided to divide up Prussia. Poland, being a neighbouring country, took away much of what was orginally Prussia. And they didn't do it immediately. That is, they didn't divide up Prussia immediately afrer WW1, but only in 1926. So, when Hitler's Nazi troops ventured into Poland and conquered the land, they were actually taking back much of what was once Prussia. So, in actual fact, were they all that wrong when they went into Poland to redeem what was once theirs but were taken away forcefully? Let there be no doubt. Nazism was not good. They had also been rather cruel in what they did. The Holocast was a terrible event. They deserved what they subsequently got from the allies. Nevertheless, technically speaking, weren't what they took from Poland once theirs but were forcefully taken away from them?