Maybe you can provide some links to websites with a similar content?
It is a fairly available book.
I don't know about "plans" to exterminate non-Germans that were to be implemented after WW1 (I'd also like you to specify what kind of non-Germans you meant. Poles? Russians?)
I didn't write about extermination in terms of WW2, it was more in line with creating artificial famines and expulsions to reduce Polish and Jewish population from annexed territories.
Although not widely known, the knowledge of this plans exists
The Oxford Illustrated History of the First World War
The Germans initially planned to annex only a `frontier strip' of Polish territory (from which, however, Slavs and Jews would be cleared)
page 211http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0192893 ... eader-link
C. Walcott on German Military Rule in Poland, September 1917http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/poland_walcott.htm
"Starvation is here," said General von Kries. "Candidly, we would like to see it relieved; we fear our soldiers may be unfavourably affected by the things that they see. But since it is here, starvation must serve our purpose. So we set it to work for Germany. By starvation we can accomplish in two or three years in East Poland more than we have in West Poland, which is East Prussia, in the last hundred years. With that in view, we propose to turn this force to our advantage." "This country is meant for Germany," continued the keeper of starving Poland. "It is a rich alluvial country which Germany has needed for some generations. We propose to remove the able-bodied working Poles from this country. It leaves it open for the inflow of German working people as fast as we can spare them. They will occupy it and work it. "Then with a cunning smile, "Can't you see how it works out? By and by we shall give back freedom to Poland. When that happens Poland will appear automatically as a German province.
By the way, it may interest you to hear that after WW1 concentration camps were erected in (surprise!) Poland.
The infamous name they now strike is often the result of German policies , while it was used to name all camps where people were gathered for relocation like German occupying soldiers for example that were to be sent back home.
You might be interested that slave labour camps in Poland were made during its occupation by Germany in WW1:http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/pol ... speech.htm
At the outbreak of the war, 250,000 Polish workmen happened to be in Germany. In accordance with military orders, they were forbidden to leave the territory of the German Empire. This order was completely illegal and contrary to the principles of international law, which admit only such aliens to be interned who might be summoned to the enemy army.
You can easily imagine the condition of these people who now for two and a half years have been separated from their families. They have simply become victims of exploitation on the part of their employers, who now that the workman cannot leave his place of employment pay only as much as they choose.
Nor can I remain silent on the point that recently the Central Labour Office has instituted with the help of the local authorities in the Kingdom of Poland a regular hunt for people.
Thus, for instance, towards the end of November, 1916, i.e., after the Manifesto of November 5th (the Proclamation of Polish "Independence"), a free entertainment was announced in the theatre. The lights were put up in the theatre, but when the public had assembled the theatre was surrounded by soldiers, men fit for work were caught and handed over to the Central Labour Office.
Further, the Minister of the Interior has issued an order that subjects of the Kingdom of Poland can be employed only in big or middling undertakings and not in small ones. The result of this order is that the police remove hairdressers, bakers, tailors, etc., from their workshops and send them to the farmers.
These orders are supposed to help the farmers who suffer from a lack of labour, whilst in reality they burden the farms with workmen, some of whom are weak and others incapable of doing the work, and who, anyhow, are unwilling to do it.
As it is seen Hitler didn't invent anything new really. Just sharpened the knife Germany made a long time ago.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co ... mps#Poland
Yawn welcome to Wikipedia-a place any Nazi, nationalist, communist, revisionist can edit.How do I know this wasn't written by a Neonazi revisionists ?
Official casualties for the camps are not known
LOL, actually they are known, and from a a overall number of people deteined in Bereza Kartuska (16,000) in its time, 3 died, 2 due to health conditions and 1 comitted suicide. In 1939 12 German saboutors were executed. The camps for "Ukrainians" weren't made for Ukrainian minority but members of terrorist organisation OUN which staged murders of officials. Bereza Camp was made after they murdered Polish Minister of Internal Affairs, Bronisław Pieracki.
I was refering to a war between Japan, Russia and the USA, which wouldn't have been a world war.
Oh, sorry, just four continents involved. Surely not a war world.
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