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Racial policy of Nazi Germany As early asAdolf Hitler vaguely declared in his political manifesto and autobiography Mein Kampf that he would invade the Soviet Unionasserting that the German people needed to secure Lebensraum "living space" to ensure the survival of Germany for generations to come.
On 23 November, once World War II had already started, Hitler declared that "racial war has broken out and this war shall determine who shall govern Europe, and with it, the world".
The plan envisaged ethnic cleansingexecutions, and enslavement of the overwhelming majority of the populations of conquered countries with very small differing percentages of the various conquered nations undergoing Germanization, expulsion into the depths of Russia, and other fates.
The net effect of this plan would be to ensure that the conquered territories would be Germanized. It was divided into two parts: No adherents of the present Russian-Bolshevik system are to be spared.
Nazi imperialist ambitions were exercised without moral consideration for either group in their ultimate struggle for Lebensraum. Germany—Soviet Union relations, — The geopolitical disposition of Europe inimmediately before the start of Operation Barbarossa.
The grey area represents Nazi Germany, its allies, and countries under its firm control. A secret protocol to the pact outlined an agreement between Germany and the Soviet Union on the division of the eastern European border states between their respective " spheres of influence ": The countries entered a trade pact in by which the Soviets received German military equipment and trade goods in exchange for raw materials, such as oil and wheat, to help the Nazis circumvent a British blockade of Germany.
For instance, the Soviet invasion of Bukovina in June went beyond their sphere of influence as agreed with Germany. On 25 Novemberthe Soviet Union offered a written counter-proposal to join the Axis if Germany would agree to refrain from interference in the Soviet Union's sphere of influence, but Germany did not respond.
According to historian Robert ServiceJoseph Stalin was convinced that the overall military strength of the USSR was such that he had nothing to fear and anticipated an easy victory should Germany attack; moreover, Stalin believed that since the Germans were still fighting the British in the west, Hitler would be unlikely to open up a two front war and subsequently delayed the reconstruction of defensive fortifications in the border regions.
Rather, Stalin might have had intentions to break off from Germany and proceed with his own campaign against Germany to be followed by one against the rest of Europe. Stalin's reputation as a brutal dictator contributed both to the Nazis' justification of their assault and their faith in success; many competent and experienced military officers were killed in the Great Purge of the s, leaving the Red Army with a relatively inexperienced leadership compared to that of their German counterparts.
The Nazis often emphasized the Soviet regime's brutality when targeting the Slavs with propaganda. The first battle plans were entitled Operation Draft East but colloquially it was known as the Marcks Plan. This goal would extend from the northern city of Arkhangelsk on the Arctic Sea through Gorky and Rostov to the port city of Astrakhan at the mouth of the Volga on the Caspian Sea.
The report concluded that this military border would reduce the threat to Germany and the Third Reich from attacks by enemy bombers. According to a essay by German historian Andreas Hillgruberthe invasion plans drawn up by the German military elite were coloured by hubris stemming from the rapid defeat of France at the hands of the "invincible" Wehrmacht and by ignorance tempered by traditional German stereotypes of Russia as a primitive, backward "Asiatic" country.
The leadership of the Wehrmacht paid little attention to politics, culture and the considerable industrial capacity of the Soviet Union, in favour of a very narrow military view. They said Ukraine, Belorussia and the Baltic States would end up as only a further economic burden for Germany.
Neither Hitler nor the General Staff anticipated a long campaign lasting into the winter, and therefore adequate preparations, such as the distribution of warm clothing and winterization of vehicles and lubricants, were not made.
The Hunger Plan outlined how the entire urban population of conquered territories was to be starved to death, thus creating an agricultural surplus to feed Germany and urban space for the German upper class. Administrative subdivisions of conquered Soviet territory as envisaged, and then partially realized, by Alfred Rosenberg   Name.Thesis Statement The attack on Pearl Harbor was the main factor for the United States to enter World War II because the America knew that they needed to fight back towards Japan and that if they didn't they would be seen as a weak nation.
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