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This is wrong example for you. In Katowice, Chorzow and Rybnik won Poles, in Gleiwitz, Olesno, Zabrze, Beuthen won Germans.pzrmeyer2 wrote: see the results in towns like Kattowitz
About plebiscites in Silesia and your voice about Katowice - clearly you do not know too much about those plebiscites, and just have an attitude "I think it should be like I think". If you find it interesting I encourage you to read more about them, and then speak. And for your general information - Germans were cheating like hell during those plebiscites. And the reason why they lost so many of them were 2:
- in some areas they were overwhelmed by Poles, so there was nothing they could do
- in some areas they did not cheat enough
And no doubts surrounding population in villages was in majority non-German (usually Polish
hmm, I think overall peace treaty between Germany and Britain as the NS governemnt wanted it was normal peace with Britain, if Britain stays outta Europe...... and its going to be more complicated, with all the Free French, Vichy, and stuff. And perhaps, the NS governemnt might secretly demand that Britain contribute to the coming battle against Bolshevism..... not sure, but just my 2 cents.17 SS Panzer Grenadier wrote:What do you think would be a fair treaty? The situation is just before the invasion of russia.
I think this :
Germany receives the provinces of :
West Prussia (Danzig Province, Bromberg Province, Posen Province)
Please note :
From what I know the Germans had claims/owned these areas from at least 1836 :
Luxemburg : 1836
Alsace Lorraine : 1836
Danish Schleswig : 1836
West Prussia : Owned ever since 1836.
Do you think the germans could set up protectorates? Puppets? Dominions? Buffer States? War Indemnities? Disarmament?