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Poland caused the Second World War, neither Hitler nor Stalin were to blame. Welcome to Putin’s world | Opinions | .a week

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Poland caused the Second World War, neither Hitler nor Stalin were to blame.  Welcome to Putin’s world |  Opinions |  .a week

Tucker Carlson’s interview with the Russian president went around the world. It was seen by tens of millions of viewers and became the target of loud criticism from journalists for its unprofessionalism. In it, Putin repeated his distorted view not only of today’s world, but also of the past. His analysis of historical events will surprise many a historian.

For us in Central Europe, especially Putin’s interpretations of the beginning of the Second World War sound bizarre. As if the Poles were to blame for everything. According to him, they were first great allies with Hitler, they even divided Czechoslovakia with him, and then with their “intransigence” they forced the Nazi dictator to attack them. And a few days after the German attack, they even forced the Soviets to attack them from the other side. Neither Hitler nor Stalin had a choice. They were just innocent victims of the bloody Polish game.

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