Would Britain's+France's policies in 1938 have still been the same had the USSR had a common border with Czechoslovakia?

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Re: Would Britain's+France's policies in 1938 have still been the same had the USSR had a common border with Czechoslova

Post by wm » 25 Apr 2019 20:33

Well, Germany didn't need that outflanking to defeat Poland easily. Of course, Slovakia should be eventually conquered/vassalized but in this scenario, Hitler is going to be busy fighting France. He really should leave it for later.

France could renege on its obligations by referring the matter to the League of Nations, where it would eventually die suffocated by bureaucracy, ineptness, disagreement, and politics as usual.

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