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Stalin planned to use this nightmare mechanism to conquer and control a war-ravaged Europe. Stalin planned to defeat Hitler in a massive surprise attack; Hitler preempted him by two weeks.

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Hitler disliked Bolshevism. Notes: Hitler turned his expansionist aims towards Czechoslovakia in His annexation of Austria in March of that year had left Czechoslovakia surrounded by German territory on 3 sides. Many Germans lived within Czechoslovakia, in the area known as the Sudetenland and Hitler sought to bring this area into the Reich. Nazi stooges had been stirring up trouble in the area, demanding unification with the Fatherland. Britain and France continued to over-estimate Hitler's military capability, in reality far inferior to even their depleted resources.

Thus they sought to avoid military conflict over Czechoslovakia, despite the fact that Hitler's European expansion was in contravention of the Peace Treaties that, as members of the League of Nations, they had sworn to uphold.