On 5/14/06, Prasad J <prasad59(a)gmail.com> wrote:
actions after the invasion of Poland in 1939.
Incase you are not aware of this Anglo-German relations were hostile
at the time-what with Hitler promising to conquer Britain and all.
Nope. britian may not have liked germany too much but there was no
logical reason to go to war.
Even otherwise, in 1939 the U.K did not declare war
UNTIL the 3rd of
September, when Hitler launched a blitzkreig on France.
False. France was not seriously attacked untill 10 May 1940.
It was at this point that England realised that the
Nazis were seriously intent on
conquering England. Only when it became clear that Hitler was going to
invade England after France fell (which was pretty obvious), did the
U.K declare war on Germany.
Nope Uk declaired war on sept 3rd
It must be noted here that upto that point
of time Britain had been following a "policy of appeasement" allowing
Hitler to attack and conquer Austria, and Mussolini to invade
Abyssinia (now called Ethiopia) to deter the fascist leaders from
concentrating their efforts on Britain. Britain did not wage war on
Germany till the former realised that war was, in fact, inevitable.
Thus, the U.K's actions were by no means well-intentioned. Also while
we're talking about Britain, I hope you know the atrocities committed
by that country in it's colonies-have you heard of the Jallianwallah
Bagh Massacre?Or the Andaman Cellular Jail?
tu quoque and strawman logical fallacies
As for the battle of Vienna, The Polish King had
been made the Commander-in-Chief of the Christian forces (if I may
call it that). So naturally Poland would have to take part.
No he was made that once the battle started.
Wikipedia-english is written by Americans or people
who come from countries which are >U.S allies (U.K Australia etc.). To put in a
What has skin colour got to do with anything?
Secondly as I explained the general perception is that
an American >organization.
Also, though China may not actually send the
Peoples' Army into St.
Petersburg FL, it is >highly likely that Wikimedia
will be sued for
violating it's own policies which state that the >Wikimedia sites may
not be used to break local laws.
Nothing against US law in what has been proposed.