Was there any concrete indication for the Dutch in 1940 that nazi-Germany was going to invade their country and not respect the Dutch neutrality as the Germans had done in 1914?
#124448. Asked by flem-ish. (Dec 15 11 4:12 PM)
In the winter of 1939-1940, the Dutch experienced a number of false alarms concerning a German attack. Dutch agents in Berlin warned the military command a number of times, but as all reports proved to be false the Dutch commanders eventually paid little attention.
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