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Parent Collaboration Between Japan, Germany and Italy - Volume II
Date 25 November 1941
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 15
Folder Japan, Germany, Italy Collaboration Vol 2
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
"October 14 /1933/* Germany resolved to withdraw from the League of Nations. 'Since it has been made clear to us from the declarations of the official representatives of certain great powers that they were not prepared to consider real equality of rights for Germany at present, we have decided that it is impossible, in view of the indignity of her position, for Germany to continue to force her company upon other nations* • .1 "Chancellor Hitler said there was no ground for territorial conflict with France once the Saar was settled* (*» • • only a madman would consider the possibility of war between the two states, for which, from our point of view, there is no rational or moral ground*•" (c) Document 223J" • (Exhibit No* ), "Events Leading up to World War II," p* 571 "March 9 /1935A Foreign air attaches in Berlin were informed that German air force had come into existence officially as of March 1* (The German objective was the establishment of an air force which would be strong enough to repel attacks on Germany at any moment, and thus strong enough to guarantee Germany's absolute security in the air5 this action had been implicitly sanctioned in advance by Britain and France when, in their communique of Feb. 3, they had invited Germany to enter into negotiations for