The implication of that is that neither side had an option but to start a war, and I suppose there is an element of truth In that. Either way it kick started economies. But I still think that the Ribbentrop pact was the catalyst. After all a zone for the Soviets was a part of it, the Generals allegedly never knew about this being quite surprised at Soviet soldiers turning up.Im not sure that version is 100% true or just another story to badmouth the Nazis/Adolf.
The UK had massive debts in the 30s (including defaulting in 1934), Germany wasnt the only country living on the never-never.