steffen19k wrote:Any thoughts???
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RF wrote:There is no evidence that Chamberlain was such an agent or traitor as the supposition implies.
RF wrote:Actually the Czech Army and its fortifications were strong enough (in my opinion) to hold off and beat the Germans on their own, without any help from Beck....after all the Czechs had enough tanks to equip three completely new panzer divisions in 1939, doubling the number of panzer units.
It is unfortunate that Benes didn't go it alone after the Munich sell out and call Hitlers' bluff; unfortunately the German propaganda about Germanys' exagerrated military strength at the time had been believed and they decided they couldn't fight.
ede144 wrote:Everyone around Germany had large and expensive fortifications. The time it stopped the wehrmacht could measued in hours. The best chances to stop Hitler was the time when he ocupied the Rheinland.
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