The Tomato Bubble: How France Invaded Germany in 1914, 1923, and 1939

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FRANCE INVADES GERMANY — 1914, 1923, 1939

 

By Mike King

 

 

 1914    —    1923    —    1939

 

This ought to dispel the myth of “German militarism,” once and for all. Just like the original opening lines of the misunderstood and grossly misrepresented German anthem “Deutschland Uber Alles” used to proclaim:

 

Germany, Germany above all * (Deutschland uber alles)
Above everything in the world *   (in terms of love for Germany)
When, always, for protection and defense
Brothers stand together

 

Catch that? For “protection and defense” — not aggressive conquest.

1914
Before Germany invaded puppet-Belgium to get to France, the French had invaded Germany. 
A little known fact of World War I is that Germany was the LAST of the great European powers to mobilize her military. In order to kick off the war, the French (allied with Britain & Russia) had crossed into German territory on numerous occasions, even dropping bombs from the primitive airplanes of the day. Germany’s two-front push against The Triple Entente powers and “neutral” Belgium was provoked and necessary for self-defense.

 

Germany’s war declaration correctly recited the fact that Germany had made every effort to resolve any differences peacefully, but that France “interposed obstacles to a peaceful understanding.” The first soldiers and the first bombs to cross borders were French going into Germany, and that’s a fact.

1923
 

“Germans Killed in Ruhr (Germany)” — When looted-out Germany struggled to make its post-war extortion payments, French & Belgian troops marched in to confiscate resources of the German Ruhr region by force. Germans who protested were abused or even murdered. 

A little known fact of post-World War I is that the oppression and looting of Germany — which fueled the growth of Hitler’s liberation movement — was backed up by the occupation of German territories and re-invasion of others. The main enforcers of this criminal enterprise aimed at disarmed Germany were France and Franco-British puppet Belgium.
1939
 

“French Invade Reich” — a full 9 months before Germany invaded France! Invading French soldier reads a poster in German village of Lauterbach in French-occupied area of Germany.

As Hitler pleads with the Allies not to make war, a limited invasion and occupation of Germany’s Saar region is launched in early September, 1939. It is not until October 16 & 17, 1939 that the German army, reinforced with troops returning from the Polish campaign, conducts a counter-offensive which retakes the lost German towns and territory from the invading French. In liberating what the French had invaded and occupied, the Germans lose 196 soldiers, plus 114 missing and 356 wounded.

 

 

You know those “scary” images we all grew up seeing on TV documentaries and in history books — the ones in which the Germans and Hitler strut through Paris?

… Well, the missing context is the fact that the Germans went into France about 8 & 1/2 months AFTER France had declared war upon and invaded peaceful Germany — AFTER Hitler had been deliberately baited into a conflict by Anglo-Franco-backed military dictator of Poland!

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