|6 With the aFrench,
7 And the bAmericans,
8 And the cRussians,
9 And the dItalians,
10 And even the eJapanese,
11 For some reason.
12 Fortunately, however, the blame for starting the war did not have to be shared,
13 fBut could be assigned completely to Germany,
14 Who resented it,
15 gIn a big way,
16 But had to pay war reparations anyhow.
CHAPTER 501 After hWorld War I, the Brits got idepressed,
2 jHaving discovered that the United States was now bigger and richer than the Brit Empire,
3 kFor some reason.
4 Since it was clear that the Americans ldidn't believe in doing things the hard way, the Brits began to think that maybe they needed a new way themselves.
5 mAfter all, the Brits had fought nWorld War I the hard way,
6 And had millions and millions of dead to show for it,
7 oWhereas the Americans spent most of the war being above it all,
8 pThen danced in at the end and lost no more than a few thousand troops,
10 And so the Brits tried being rabove it all for a few years,
11 Reducing the size of the navy,
12 And the army,
13 And ignoring most of what was happening everywhere else,
14 sIncluding Germany,
||15 Except for one antiquated Brit named tWinston Churchill,
16 uWho still believed in doing things the hard way,
17 vAnd who was the only one who noticed when the Germans started rebuilding their military,
18 wIn a big way.
19 xBut most of the Brits were really enjoying being above it all,
20 And thought Churchill was just having fun,
21 The hard way,
22 Which was yamusing, of course,
23 But nothing to get alarmed about.
CHAPTER 511 When the Germans decided that Austria was really part of Germany,
2 And always had been,
3 Churchill got upset,
4 zBut the Brits decided to remain above it all,
5 Except that the Brit prime minister,
6 Called aaNeville Chamberlain,
7 bbAsked the Germans to be nice from now on,
8 Which they said they would do,
9 But actually they were lying,
10 ccIn a big way.
11 Then, when the Germans decided that Czechoslovakia was also part of Germany,
12 And always had been,
13 Churchill got upset,
14 ddBut the Brits decided once again to remain above it all,
15 eeExcept that Neville Chamberlain asked the Germans to do better from now on,
16 Which they said they would do,