‘Declarations of War’ List: 1933 – 1941


“Germany is too strong, we must destroy her.”
∼ Winston Churchill, Nov, 1936.



For over seven decades now, people of the world have been convinced of Germany’s sole culpability for the total State of War that descended on the world during the 1940’s… the biggest international blood-bath known in history, which destroyed the culture, heritage and generations of millions of people from many nations – the blood-bath that the profiteers like to call “The Good War.”
However, any discerning look at the facts and the multitude of nations, peoples, finance and politics involved, it should lead one who has a logical mind, to wonder how just one nation can be painted as the sole villain… as is the case with WWI also.
(See: WWI: War Germany Did Not Want… Blamed For Entirely – Pt 1)


 

March 1939:
Poland, who was already occupying German territory since WWI, invades her smaller neighbour, Czechoslovakia.

August 25, 1939:
On the 3rd of September 1939, King George VI read the famous ‘Kings Speech’ addressing the nation and the world. The speech that began with, “In this grave hour, perhaps the most fateful in our history …” was to inform the world that Germany had allegedly invaded a sovereign nation, that the world was at war due to this military attack and the Allies of the world should unite steadfastly against this surprise aggression of a common enemy to all peaceful peoples… However, the draft of this speech is dated the 25th of August, 1939 – a week before Germany entered the Corridor to liberate the German people.

1st September 1939:
Following numerous and well documented Polish violations of Germany’s borders, as well as bestially massacring ethnic Germans and refusal to negotiate, or consider Hitler’s Peace Proposals… Germany retaliates to liberate the German victims and reclaims the stolen territory.
(See: Who Really Wanted an International War?)

The following list itemises the ‘Declarations of War’ and the recognition’s of the ‘State of War’ – beginning with the ‘International Jewish Nation’ declaring total world wide Economic Warfare on Germany, followed by the Polish attack on Germany, on 31st Aug/1st September 1939, through to 1941.

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[The term “on” is used to indicate, for example, where Great Britain Declared War “on” Germany. Where time is given, it is the local time of the Capital who Declared War.]


Note: Jewish Bolshevik Russia (U.S.S.R.) was not a signatory to the Geneva Convention, thus did not abide itself to the Laws of War, therefore, did not conduct any formalities such as declarations, legal honour on the battle field or treatment of POW’s – Do what thy Wilt


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International Jewry Declared War on Germany – March 24, 1933.

Poland Declared War on Germany – Midnight, August 31/September 1, 1939.
[See: the German White Book]

Great Britain on Germany – September 3, 1939, 11:am

France on Germany – September 3, 1939, 5:pm.

India on Germany – September 3, 1939.

Australia on Germany – September 3, 1939.

New Zealand on Germany – September 3, 1939.

Union of South Africa on Germany – September 6, 1939.

Canada on Germany – September 10, 1939.

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Norway and Germany – No formal declaration

Belgium and Germany – No formal declaration.

Luxembourg and Germany – No formal declaration.

The Netherlands on Germany – May 10, 1940.

Canada on Italy – June 10, 1940.

Italy on France – June 10, 1940.

New Zealand on Italy – June 11, 1940.

Australia on Italy – June 11, 1940.

Union of Africa on Italy – June 11, 1940.

Greece on Italy – October 28, 1940.

Greece and Germany – No formal declaration.

Germany on Yugoslavia – April 6, 1941.

Italy and Yugoslavia – No formal declaration.

Yugoslavia on Bulgaria – April 6, 1941.

Yugoslavia on Hungary – April 10, 1941.

Bulgaria on Greece – April 24, 1941.

Bulgaria on Yugoslavia – April 24, 1941.

Italy on U.S.S.R. – June 22, 1941.

Germany on U.S.S.R. – June 22, 1941.

Rumania and U.S.S.R. – No formal declaration.

Finland and U.S.S.R. – No formal declaration.

Hungary on U.S.S.R. – June 27, 1941.

Great Britain on Rumania – December 7, 1941.

Great Britain on Hungary – December 7, 1941.

Canada on Finland – December 7, 1941.

Canada on Rumania – December 7, 1941.

Canada on Hungary – December 7, 1941.

New Zealand on Finland – December 7, 1941.

New Zealand on Rumania – December 7, 1941.

New Zealand on Hungary – December 7, 1941.

Japan on the United States – December 7, 1941.

Japan on Great Britain – December 7, 1941.

Australia on Finland – December 8, 1941.

Australia on Rumania – December 8, 1941.

Australia on Hungary – December 8, 1941.

Union of South Africa on Finland – December 8, 1941.

Union of South Africa on Rumania – December 8, 1941.

Union of South Africa on Hungary – December 8, 1941.

Great Britain on Japan – December 8, 1941.

The United States on Japan – December 8, 1941.

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Canada on Japan – December 8, 1941, as of December 7, 1941.

Australia on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Free‘ France on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Union of South Africa on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Costa Rica on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Dominican Republic on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Guatemala on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Haiti on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Honduras on Japan – December 8, 1941.

El Salvador on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Panama on Japan – December 8, 1941.

The Netherlands on Japan – December 8, 1941.

The Netherlands Indies on Japan – December 8, 1941.

Cuba on Japan – December 9, 1941.

China on Japan – December 9, 1941.

China on Italy – December 9, 1941.

China on Germany – December 9, 1941.

Germany on the United States – December 11, 1941.

Italy on the United States – December 11, 1941.

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The United States on Germany – December 11, 1941.

The United States on Italy – December 11, 1941.

Costa Rica on Germany – December 11, 1941.

Costa Rica on Italy – December 11, 1941

Cuba on Germany – December 11, 1941.

Cuba on Italy – December 11, 1941.

Nicaragua on Germany – December 11, 1941.

Nicaragua on Italy – December 11, 1941.

Guatemala on Germany – December 11, 1941.

Guatemala on Italy – December 11, 1941.

Dominican Republic on Germany – December 11, 1941.

Dominican Republic on Italy – December 11, 1941.

Poland on Japan – December 11, 1941.

Haiti on Germany – December 12, 1941.

Haiti on Italy – December 12, 1941.

Honduras on Germany – December 12, 1941.

Honduras on Italy – December 12, 1941.

El Salvador on Germany – December 12, 1941.

El Salvador on Italy – December 12, 1941.

Panama on Germany – December 12, 1941.

Panama on Italy – December 12, 1941.

Rumania on the United States – December 12, 1941.

Bulgaria on the United States – December 13, 1941.

Bulgaria on Great Britain – December 13, 1941.

Hungary on the United States – December 13, 1941.

Czechoslovakia on All Nations who are in a State of War with either Great Britain, the United States or the U.S.S.R. – December 16, 1941.

Albania on the United States – December 17, 1941.

Nicaragua on Bulgaria – December 20, 1941.

Nicaragua on Hungary – December 20, 1941.

Nicaragua on Rumania – December 20, 1941.

Belgium on Japan – December 20, 1941.

Haiti on Bulgaria – December 24, 1941.

Haiti on Rumania – December 24, 1941.

Haiti on Hungary – December 24, 1941.

Great Britain on Bulgaria – December 27, 1941, as of December 13, 1941.

The Netherlands on Italy – December 30, 1941, as of December 11, 1941.

Union of South Africa on Bulgaria – December 31 1941, as of December 13, 1941.

 

As Jewish-Bolshevik Russia was not subject to formal Declarations (due to refusal to be signatory to Geneva), the above list does not include the Red Army’s attack on Finland (November 30, 1939), bombing of Sweden (February 21, 1940), the invasion of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (June 18, 1940) loading citizens on cattle-cars to be railroaded off to Siberian death camps, as they released Partisan criminals from jail to take the positions of the expelled authorities – as the Ukrainians were subject to in 1940 also… and that Stalin had forced Romania to surrender Bessarabia [Moldavia] (June 27, 1940). Of course the ‘Kings Speech’ or the Allies concern about the peoples of sovereign nations, did not apply to the peoples subject to the terror of Jewish-Bolshevism.

German sole culpability?
One might have to wonder where both WWI and WWII are concerned, that after both events and the multitude of special interests on financial, political, corporate and national levels, why, regarding both wars, is the sole blame on the shoulders of one nation who did not instigate hostilities, either physically or formally? And further, was the only nation to initiate repeated Peace Proposals?


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N. Jones is a Writer, Researcher, Historian and Literary Critic.

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