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They looked to the east – to the large expanses of Poland populated by what they considered "sub-humans.” The German generals who fought in World War I had learned their lesson well.
This time around, there were two things they wanted to avoid: 1) They did not want to get stuck in trench warfare.
In March 1938, Hitler made his next move: the Anschluss.
The Germans poured into Austria, hitting the Austrian community by storm.
Within one month, 2.5 million Russians had been killed, wounded or captured.
The Germans made tremendous advances into Russia – into portions of Moscow, Leningrad and Stalingrad. The Germans had summer uniforms – and that year was a bitter, cold winter.
The German population of 65 million felt they needed a little stretching room.
Hitler thought the nations of the world had gone soft and would fight as they did in WWI. The Saar Basin, the richest coal area in Europe, was taken away from Germany after WWI.
It was administered by the League of Nations, with the coal going to France.
World War I, with its trenches, bombs and gas being thrown back and forth, came at great cost of money and casualties.
The solution was "Blitzkrieg," "lightning-strikes" of mobile tanks, cannons and troops designed to break through static defenses.