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The German minority thus became divided: one part loyal to Hungary another part supporter of the Volksbund.
Treve wrote:Hitler in a conversation with Goebbels on 10 November 1939 described Hungary as ‘brutal and selfish’ along with the claim that she oppressed 'her racial minorities like no other nation’.
What could have prompted these incredibly ironic remarks and so much bitterness so early on in the war? Was there a diplomatic issue at the time or was Hitler just venting?
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