Answers to Questions by Yair Davidiy
What would have happened if Britain lost World War II?
The Nazis intended to invade Britain. They believed they would be successful in their invasion. Plans were made for the occupation. All the men would be taken as slave labor to Europe. The womenfolk who remained would be impregnated by SS males. The man in charge was intended to be Professor Dr. Franz Six. He was a members of the SS. Heydrich told Six to update an already existing list of Britons to be eliminated. Organizations such as the Freemasons, the Jehovah's Witnesses and the Boy Scouts were to be dismantled.
When the prospects of ruling over Britain were seen to be no longer on the horizon Six was sent to indoctrinate the Killing Squads (Einsatzgruppen SS) in Russia.
It has often been claimed that Hitler admired Britain and would have treated them with consideration. This however seems unlikely.
....his great respect for the Anglo-Saxon race had made it all the harder for him to enter this life-or-death struggle which must end with the destruction of one of them.
Peter Townsend, 'Duel of Eagles', 1971, p.45.
Compare Robert Payne, "The Life & Death of Adolf Hitler" U.S.A. 1973, p.400:
# Among the many plans submitted to Hitler and approved by him was a comprehensive plan for transporting the greater part of the male population to work in factories in Germany. Orders concerning the Organization and Function of the Military Government of England, a thick compendium of rules and regulations to be followed by the German administrators of the conquered territory, called for all able-bodied men between the ages of seventeen and forty-five to be sent to Germany as slave-laborers. The women of England, with the help of the SS, would produce a new race of Anglo-Germans. The entire intelligentsia and all the Jews would be liquidated. SS Colonel Professor Dr. Franz Six, a former dean of the faculty of political science at the University of Berlin, was placed in charge of the liquidation and deportation of Englishmen. SS offices would be established in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, and Edinburgh. Colonies of Englishmen would be established in the Baltic States.#
Adolph Hitler considered England "the enemy above all enemies" (Payne p.343).
Albert Speer, "Inside The Third Reich", New York, 1971, p.303:
# I am sure that Hitler would not have hesitated for a moment to employ atom bombs against England. I remember his reaction to the final scene of a newsreel on the bombing of Warsaw in the autumn of 1939 ...Hitler was fascinated. The film ended with a montage showing a plane diving toward the outlines of the British Isles. A burst of flames followed and the island flew into the air in tatters. Hitler's enthusiasm was unbounded. "This is what will happen to them!" he cried out, carried away. "That is how we will annihilate them!"#