Germany Invades poland

Germany Invades poland

Storyboard Description

The story of Germany and her very invasive Father

Storyboard Text

  • My name is Germany, Unique right? I've brought you to my favorite cafe. Poland coffee. This reminds me, I think I tried to invade this place. Oof that was a rough time.
  • Oh? You're wondering why? Well let me get some coffee in my system and i'll tell you my past. You're paying right?
  • Poland Coffee
  • So my father decided to grab his savings (German forces) and buy the coffee shop. (invade Poland) He went through all the paper work (Polish defenses) and made it to the last page(Warsaw, Poland's capital)
  • I think I know her
  • It all started in 1939. I was going through a rough patch and my father Adolf decided to get me a coffee shop. (Poland)Well this coffee shop was really important to him. It had lost territory and it would gain him some power over the east. (Britain and France.)
  • This invasion initiated World war II in Europe. France and England has a pretty good standing on Poland's border and declared war on September 3,1939
  • With the invasive techniques, Adolf was able to secure Warsaw with heavy bombing and killing. Ahem oops! (money and bribery)
  • I didn't get to finish my coffee or get a bagel.
  • I knew I recognized you!! You're crazy Father invaded this place! GET OUT
  • Poland Coffee
  • I forgot it was a sensitive subject. Let me continue. My father was able to secure the coffee shop in about a month. How you asked? Well he used this strategy known as the blitzkrieg strategy. It was intensive bombing to destroy air capacity, railroads, communication lines and munition dumps.
  • This caused many problems. Father was able to keep Poland in his hands until 1945. 
  • You look shocked. I guess you realized the coffee was a metaphor. What gave it away?
  • He also used massive amounts of troops, tanks and artillery. My father was able to occupy the Western part of Poland. He couldn't secure the eastern part because of the Soviet forces.
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