No they merely regurgitate the commonly held view that some people have more right to hold a view because no one else has. What I've tried to do is show that in fact the system works because it always will, it's a human condition. 1525. My my did you know around 1536 there was a rebellion called the Pilgrimage of Grace when Henry VIII was knocking off the English left right and centre because they didn't agree with him. It proves absolutely nothing. I mean FFS Most people can't recall back as far as 1750 let alone 1525. Germany received good terms at Versailles. Surely that would be called a subjective issue especially when they not even required to be there except to sign? Subsequent wars redress the balance. That's how things work. Whether the terms are good or bad is irrelevant- but they are driversYour arguments just go on to prove my point. You seek to exculpate German (Prussian) aggression and trivialise it by comparing to that of other states. Yes, its scale, ambition and the horrors it has inflicted can be compared to Muscovite aggression, but really no other.
You seek to make victims of the Germans by blaming external powers. The source of the recent travails of the German peoples springs directly from to the policies embarked on by a militaristic, egotistic, bombastic, Prussia and continued by her successor states, Imperial Germany and Nazi Germany.
Your culturally German Prussian Grandmother would likely not have existed had the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth pursued similar policies there to those the Prussians earlier carried out in those lands and later instituted in Poland. However the Poles showed magnanimity and tolerance and allowed Prussian self-rule once the Prussian Grand Duke had sworn fealty to the King of Poland in 1525. The Prussians (or the Teutonic Knights as they were originally called) had exterminated the original Prussians (a Baltic people related to the Lithuanians and Latvians) and usurped their name. They had form. They then reverted to form vis-a-vis the Poles as soon as they could.
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And yes as I had written earlier and you highlighted, unfortunately Imperial Germany had not been decisively defeated, although it had been comprehensively defeated militarily and had sued for an armistice which had been granted. This only enabled Germany to return to the error of her ways and resume its aggressive expansionism. Had the Allies demanded unconditional surrender and decisively defeated Germany as they did later in 1945 then perhaps they would have avoided a further slaughter twenty years later (or at least the German inspired part of it).
Germany received good terms at Versailles - it could (and maybe should) have fared much worse. However the Germans still believed that they were exceptional and a "Master Race". Only the complete destruction of Germany would convince them to believe otherwise.
And yet the Allies (I'm not including the Muscovites here) were once again magnanimous to Germany and helped her rebuild and restore herself. Something the Germans would not have done to their enemies had they won. But perhaps it takes a vicious totalitarian ideology to completely wipe out another. For the destruction and effacement of the (Germanic) Prussian heartland and the removal of most of the Prussian ruled territories from Germany was carrried out by Moscow.
Lets hope that the new westward orientated Germany never reverts to its Prussian orientation and resumes the fallacies of its former superiority complex.
"And yet the Allies (I'm not including the Muscovites here) were once again magnanimous to Germany and helped her rebuild and restore herself. Something the Germans would not have done to their enemies had they won. But perhaps it takes a vicious totalitarian ideology to completely wipe out another. For the destruction and effacement of the (Germanic) Prussian heartland and the removal of most of the Prussian ruled territories from Germany was carrried out by Moscow."
Don't I wish to god they had, unfortunately we had , indeed still do, suffer the consequences for the fact they didn't. I mean Putin implicitly believes in Russia's divine Right- so too does Macron about France. The allies were not magnanimous, that turned out to be how the Political reality was. Neither side would take the other on- they simply had no means to. So it became a series of swipes at the other through Korea, Suez, Indochina, Malaya etc by default.
"Lets hope that the new westward orientated Germany never reverts to its Prussian orientation and resumes the fallacies of its former superiority complex."
Oh very little chance of that, it's hitched it's star to another debacle called the EU and is firmly led by France. Moreover it's so ashamed of it's own navel after 75 years brainwashing. No no in fact I think Perhaps Germany will be driven more by what Russia does to the Nachbaren in the fullness of time.