Guy Gardener wrote:
Hitler's second most vital mission in life was to destroy communism.
As a fervent Christian once the Jews had been wiped off the planet, the Communists were next, beuase that's what god wanted.
Isn't the enemy of your enemy your friend?
Ask the people of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania which occupation they experienced as worse, the Soviet occupation or the German occupation.
Ask the people of Poland and Czechoslovakia (countries who were occupied by Germany early in the war and where there were strong anti-German feelings) what they thought of their Soviet "liberators" when the Germans once were driven out.
Ask the unlucky Soviet soldiers who had been prisoners of war in Germany and after being liberated by the Allies were sent straight to Soviet concentration camps as traitors against the USSR because they had had the bad luck of being captured by the Germans (being taken prisoner by the Germans was regarded as a crime in the USSR).
Ask the Finns what they thought of the sneak Soviet attack on their country when the USSR tried to enslave them in the same way as they had with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.