Has education become propaganda for the US when we're taught that Germany invaded France when it was actually France that invaded Germany?

The little-known French invasion of Germany - which took place just days after Britain & France declared war on Germany - was plastered on the front page of an old issue of the New York Slimes. A full 8 months before The Great One (that's Hitler for all you newbies & normies) finally was to launch the... show more The little-known French invasion of Germany - which took place just days after Britain & France declared war on Germany - was plastered on the front page of an old issue of the New York Slimes.

A full 8 months before The Great One (that's Hitler for all you newbies & normies) finally was to launch the preemptive invasion of the puppet Low Countries (Belgium / Netherlands) and France, the not-so-innocent French initiate the Saar offensive; the ground invasion into Saarland, Germany. The large scale assault was supposed to have been carried out by 40 divisions and 40 tank battalions. According to the Franco-Polish military convention, the French Army had planned to gain control over the area between the French border and the Siegfried Line of German defense. Much to the dismay of the fools in Poland, the full 40-division all-out assault does not materialize. The empty promise is just a trick just to get Poland's stupid Marshal Edward Rydz-Smigly -- secure in the belief that the Allies would later allow him take all of Prussia -- to pick a fight with Germany.

But a limited invasion and occupation of Germany’s Saar region does indeed occur. On October 16 & 17, the German army, reinforced with troops returning from the Polish campaign, conducts a counter-offensive which retakes the lost German towns and territory from the invading French. In liberating what the French had invaded, the Germans lose 196 soldiers, plus 114 missing and 356 wounded.
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