August 10 Poland takes the proud posture and sends the German side is not a 'protest', and - note to the Polish states that Danzig is the internal affair of Poland and sauerkraut lovers pry into Polish garden. Oh, brave Poles, oh, brave! Viewed they then over and admired. And what they fear, what was that? Well, judge for yourself. Poland has in fact - Gara-to-the Antilles! August 12, 1939 in Moscow finally begin talks between the Soviet, French and British military delegations. Immediately, finding out who and what she has to do, on the same day, yes, indeed, on the same day, August 12, 1939 Moscow Berlin lets you know that she is ready to start negotiations with Germany. August 14 is no more and no less, as the Ribbentrop shall make known to the Soviet side, that he was ready to immediately fly to Moscow for negotiations (what a contrast in the level of representation between the Germans and the Anglo-French and what a contrast in terms of timing, well understood, of course same, the difference in speed of movement between the steam and the progress of self-summer).