No, Hitler invasion of Poland started World War 2. World War started on September 1st 1939, this was the day Hitler ordered the Invasion of Poland.
The German invasion of Poland
Hitler first invaded Austria. The Invasion of Poland was merely the invasion that was the catalyst for WWII; as that day September 1 1939, War was declared on Germany.
Invasion of Poland by Hitler and Germany
The invasion of Poland.
No. Hitler had a Pact with the Soviet Union that split Poland between them. The invasion of Poland lead Britain and France to declare war on Germany. The Soviets entered the war when Hitler invaded Russia.
Hitler made a deal with Stalin to divide Poland. The Germans invaded in September of 1939. Hitler wanted to expand Germany to become as large as possible.
Invasion of Poland
Because on the other side of Poland was the Russian provinces and Hitler did not have the supplies to start a war with Russia.
Hitler invaded Poland on Friday the 1st of September 1939, and war was declared by Neville Chamberlain two days later.
The first country that Adolf Hitler invaded was Poland. The invasion of Poland on September 1st, 1939 marked the beginning of the second World War.
World War 2, with his invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939.
The invasion of Poland by the German Nazis and Adolf Hitler.
Invasion of Poland in 1939
WW2 began with the invasion of Poland by Hitler in 1939, so they didn't "enter" the war. They were the start of the war.
Germany, led by Hitler, invaded Poland in 1939. Weapons used during the invasion included tanks, over 2,000 airplanes, machine guns, and rifles.
no, a German minister did it for him.
The German invasion of Poland on 1st September 1939.
Poland...the allies put their foot down and said enough when Hitler invaded Poland