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tures. There was danger of losing
heard again. We, in particular, must
or to be destroyed in the long run.
to now, been right in his judgment of the
situation in crises.
against everybody and he had proved to
and he had come through the crisis. No.
JJ. 2 21 Reference to previous risks.
KK. 2 22 I would have been stoned if I had not
invasion of the neutral zone. Only
Page Line 149 25 He reminded of the occupation of the
the re-occupation and had informed him
mean war to France.
00. 2 27 The following special reasons
strengthen me in my idea. England and France are obligated.
150 11 There was also a great risk involved in the
present situation which could be mas
tered only through iron determination.
vention of the Western Powers for the
given a guarantee to Poland.***
PP. 2 28 Neither is in a position for it.
28 There is no actual rearmament in
England. * * * RR. 2 29
2 29 Just propaganda.
It has done much damage that many
SS. 2 29
reluctant Germans said and wrote to Englishmen after the solution
150 18 In judging the situation in the two coun
tries it must be said that England had an
excellent propaganda. 150 20 The attitude of Germans, including ones in
prominent positions, had given considerable support to this English propaganda
of the Czech question: the Fuehrer
in Autumn 1938. They had said before
7 How is the present military situation in
England. The Naval shipbuilding program has only partly been carried out.
TT. 2 32 This explains the present propa
ganda war. The English speak of a
increase of armament.
actual fact. The construction pro-
yet been filled.
fleet. Purchase of fishing steamers.
Navy, not before 1941 or 1942.
9 Its effect is not to be expected before 1941
or 1942. The land troops had not been
Force but it is only a beginning.
Page Line 151 12 In the air a certain success can be noted
which, however, is still in its beginning.
more so in England?
No. 151 20 She was also vulnerable from the air.
YY. 2 42 Fire directors are lacking.
years. b. 2 44 At the moment the English Air
Force has only 130,000 men. 2 44 France 72,000 men; Poland 15,000
men. d. 2 45 England does not want the conflict
to break out for two or three years.
151 20 The Air Force itself had in England about
23 Political and military complications in the
world are therefore not welcome for
by the negotiations for a loan, England
lion points gold Sterling, although she
her conscription classes are too small,
her material not sufficient.
No. 152 11 France was forced into this situation
against her will. 152 14 Which are now the possibilities for an in
tervention of the Western Powers? (1) The blockade which however has
not the significance any more as before.
f. 2 53 France lacks men (decline of the
birthrate). Little has been done for
to fight against us: