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Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-5-29 21:40
The political testament is online available...the original!!! w w w .ns-archiv.de And the original is German of course...there isn`t the passage that is quoted on your little wiki page. As w ...
You said Hitler would have made the Asians disappear forever. That means ethnic cleansing.
Please answer some of my basic questions then.
Why did Hitler help the Japanese, who are undoubtedly Asians, to fight the British, who are undoubtedly Caucasoids, in Asia?
Hitler even had a good relationship with Chiang.
Japan at a time had contempt on China when China was a weak Republic. Hitler had allied with China till as late as the first half of WWII.
Nazi Germany armed Chiang Kai-Shek's elite troopers and trained many Chiang's major army commanders, including Chiang's second son Chiang wei-kuo, who was Leutnant of a Nazi Panzer unit , leading his tank unit marching into Austria at the very beginning of the WWII. He has almost been sent to Poland by Hitler in Poland Campaign before recalled by his Dad to China.
Chiang wei-kuo as a Leutnant of Nazi Germany Panzer Unit. I can post photo, but it would take time to appear here because of filtration.
On the record, Hitler advocated that China and Japan should cooperate and he's willing to be the middleman meditating the disputes between the two. Hermann Göring on the other hand advocated to ally with China instead of Japan, which he thought as being "Italy of the Far East"- not trustworthy .
Chiang Kai-shek 's original plan, as a last resort in case he failed to totally destroy Mao, was to take him out of China by promising sending him and his communist pals all together safely and permanently to Soviet - a Golden Parachute indeed, to avoid the spread of communism in China ( Mao at one point almost agreed); then via Hitler to reach kinda of peace pact with Japan to recover the lost Manchuria.
Instead, coinstances happened in history: Japan's pre-mature attack on the Pearl Harbor and Hitler's unexpected loss in Battle of Britain changed the whole course of China and WWII:
as a direct consequence of these two events, the US declared War on Japan and Germany; Germany had no choice but to formally ally with Japan (and Italy) to have a chance to win US/UK pair ; After Germany signed a formal alliance pact with Japan in 1941, China had no choice left but to ally with the US, and Chiang thus had to formally fight Japan in all fronts which he really was not ready for...
In retrospect, if Hitler had won The Battle of Britain or Japan hadn't attacked the Pearl Harbor, US wouldn't had been involved into the WWII at that stage, China then would most likely had allied with Hitler in the end... then probably the 2 N-bombs in Japan would have been ended in China...
Anyway, my another question, why did Hitler want to help the Chinese rather than Slavs of Russia?