Franco was the one who was incompatible with the Spanish State.
By the Spanish State, I'm referring to Franquist Spain; not your idealistic vision of what Spain should have become after the fall of the Second Republic.
Indeed. Not that I value representative democracy, but he wasn't the rightful head of state.
Because you say so?
They were the Spanish state. Mabye incompatible with your vision of the state.
They were remnants of the old Republic. Once the Nationalists won the war, did you expect them to forgive and forget?
You claimed Franco only killed communists to try and justify his actions. He killed everyone from far-left (anarchists (ftw) and communists) to centre (liberals).
That wasn't my point. As I just stated in reply to you, leftists of all stripes were killed under Franco's regime, and largely for good reason. Now I'm left wondering what your point is.
Actually in IWW Germany fought under the banner of Pan-Germanism and sought ethnic cleasning of Poles and Jews from Polish territories to make room for German colonists.
Proposals were made to use famine to reduce Polish population.
Primarly, Germany entered the war in defense of its ally, Austria-Hungary, after the Austro-Hungarian government was attacked by Serbian terrorism, and then threatened with Russian aggression. The German Empire sought to preserve, and to some extent, increase its continental status, by curtailing the threat posed by a fiercely pan-Slavic Russian Empire, and a French population still extremely bitter after their previous defeat at the hands of Prussia in the Franco-Prussian War.
Stop using that insulting term-Slavs are long gone and to classify nations using Slavic languages as one group speaks of historical ignorane or ill will motivated either by German or Russian nationalism.
Do you think I mean to use it in an insulting manner?
Then perhaps you should learn history like German minority forming Selbstschutz that mass murdered Polish civilians, over 50% of Germans supporting Nazism post-war in polls, 37% of so saying extermination of Jews and Poles was necessary, or German minority in WW1 pushing for annexation of Polish Łodz into Germany
Yes, some small German communities supported the German invader, as they viewed its presence as possible liberation from the various Slavic administrations. However, this does not apply to most German civilians living in Eastern Europe, who were targeted for victimization by numerous bigoted factions during and after the war.
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