[Marxism] Hitler's attack on the USSR

Nestor Gorojovsky nestorgoro at fibertel.com.ar
Thu Oct 6 07:32:13 MDT 2005


Lüko Willms, on Hitler:

>    In order to "cut off Britains continental sword", he finally 
> attacked the Soviet Union, and found himself, because of his 
> underestimation of the fighting capacity of the Soviet workers and 
> farmers, again in the two-front war against _both_ Russia _and_ 
> England, what he had brandmarked as the big error in the First World 
> War.
> 

Was it really this way?  

True: _German generals_, many among them supporters of Hitler (but 
some, again, not warmer supporters than, say, Heidegger), had devised 
it, dwelling mostly on Haushofer.  But Hitler was somehow darkly 
bound to attack the Soviet Union, IMHO, because the social contents 
of his own programme was stronger in his mind than any other concern. 
 
In the end, his deepest wish was to elliminate the Soviets or what 
would remain of them, and turn Russia into the colony that the German 
bourgeoisie lacked.  This had always been his dream ever since his 
days of youth in Vienna.

If I am right, anti-socialism, in the end, won the war within 
Hitler's own brain (please, I am not speaking of the _individual_ 
Hitler, OK?), the good counsel by his generals was not attended any 
more, and this helped Germany to lose the war.

Best,

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Néstor Miguel Gorojovsky
nestorgoro at fibertel.com.ar
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