Who said anything about cozying up with the NAZIs

By: crunchgodabruinknees

not me.

And the USSR invaded Poland too. That started the war.

Czech annexation was legal as was Austria.

There was an opportunity to negotiate during the "Phony War" through early summer of 1940.

The Churchill guarantees of Poland only turned against the Germans, but not the communists why?

America had many choices including

-not driving Japan to war

-going to war with Japan only by  sewing up the Pacific and the middle east

-negotiation with Germany following an entente with Japan England and France or some combination

-negotiating in earnest with Japan

-offering alliance with Japan-England-USA

-settling with Japan and threatening to throw everything in favor of Britain but not Soviet Russia

-offering quid-pro-quo for Germany to proceed against Russia in exchange for withdrawal from France

-Staying out altogether while arming to the teeth

and a hundred other non-Churchillian choices that might have spared millions

Roosevelt's communist permeated state department wanted to save Soviet Russia first and foremost.

"Examination of this information on Hiss and the Rosenbergs, coming from an ideologically impeccable source (the Soviet Union), convinced many holdouts on the Left that they were indeed spies. But this was not all. The outing of several other agents by the cables raised serious questions about the direction of policy under FDR during World War II. Not only was the Treasury Department penetrated — courtesy of Harry Dexter White, the department’s number-two man — along with the Office of Strategic Services (the forerunner of the CIA), which housed between 15 and 20 spies, but Lauchlin Currie, a personal assistant to FDR himself, was revealed to be a Soviet mole.

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