- Dec 2012
Well, the issue is that it has a lot of available Lebensraum and not a lot of people who actually want to move to this Lebensraum.
"If Nazi Germany wins WWII (for instance, by having Britain makes peace in 1940 and by defeating the USSR in 1941-1942--thus pushing the USSR east of the Urals) and becomes a democracy sometime after Hitler's death, what exactly is it going to do with its vast Lebensraum--primarily in the East?
I'm assuming that millions or tens of millions of Slavs are going to get deported east of the Urals while Nazi Germany is still a dictatorship (though I suppose that some Slavs--such as Poles--could end up elsewhere--such as in Latin America if the countries there will accept them). However, is Germany actually going to allow all of these Slavs to return to Eastern Europe after Germany becomes a democracy?
Any thoughts on this?"
I see nothing here referring to a lack of inhabitants or sparse population in Germany's Eastern possessions. I thought the question was a political one, not a question of demographics.