FREE CITY OF DANZIG, 1939 - Hitler's recent maneuvers into Poland have many voicing their concerns that this is a serious invasion that could kick off a larger war, like a second war even worse than the Great War. But experts are cautioning against worrying too much about Adolf Hitler's Poland activities, claiming that the German leader is simply performing "minor incursions" into the neighboring country.
World leaders and political analysts all agreed that there was little cause for concern from the small activities that Hitler may or may not be doing on, around, or across the Polish border.
"This is just a minor incursion," said UK Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. "There's nothing to worry about here, and no further response is required. Sure, if this were a large-scale invasion that could develop into a big, worldwide war, we might be concerned. But it's just a minor incursion, so it's fine."
"This is fine. This is all fine," he added before sipping a tea and going off to his morning cricket match or game or whatever you call a cricket thing.
Hitler was incredibly grateful for Chamberlain's understanding and says he's planning a few special surprises to show his gratitude.
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