Why do I even waste my time to this? Do you even read the links you provide? Do you translate them to Russia? Anyhow:
Operation Dropshot --> a contingency plan for a possible nuclear and conventional war with the Soviet Union and its allies in order to counter the anticipated Soviet takeover of Western Europe --> defensive plan, not offensive
Plan Totality --> Plan Totality was part of Truman's 'giant atomic bluff' aimed primarily (and unsuccessfully) at the Soviet Union --> bluff that didn't work
Operation Unthinkable --> 1945, not the 50-ish. The people in western democracies were fat up with war. And in a democracy the people's will matters.
So all groundless.
These plans existed. Point. Did you say anything about paranoia? I cited the facts of the actual plans providing for the atomic bombing of the USSR. From the USSR, in turn, such plans in relation to NATO countries appeared only in 1979, 2 years after the declassification plans of operation Dropshot.
And there you go again, your favorite tool in your kit if you are cornered: ad hominem. That's why don't ever apologize here again, that Russian tradition doesn't fit you if you continue to behave in the same matter, it is pointless.
You've never apologized for your boorish behavior in all your time. That's all we need to know about the Dutch.
Not the point if Poland could have fought off the NAZI's, you decided to take half of Poland plus not fight the NAZI's and thus have the NAZI's an easy win and they could concentrate on one front war, because your country got the NAZI's back. So you helped the NAZI's to conquer western Europe by being partners with them. First offensive and then afterward, you were betrayed by them and joint the fight in a defensive mode.
Own up to your own history, not only the glory bits but also the ugly bits. And the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact certainly falls in the later.
1. 1933. The Pact of four (Italy, Germany, England, France). Aimed at isolating the Soviet Union.
2. 1934 year. The Pact Of Pilsudski-Hitler (Germany, Poland). the non-aggression Pact and a joint entry into the war with the enemies.
3. 1935. Anglo-German naval agreement. elimination of all restrictions imposed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles. the Germans were given the opportunity to build 5 battleships, two aircraft carriers, 21 cruiser and 64 destroyers.
4. 1936 year. The Anti-Comintern Pact (Germany, Japan).
5. 1938. The Munich agreement (Britain, France, Germany, Italy). Agreement on the illegal partition of Czechoslovakia. At the same time, Poland's threatening the USSR with war if the USSR tried to send troops to aid Czechoslovakia.
6. 1938. Declaration of non-aggression between England and Germany. At this time, the USSR repeatedly points to the need to deter Germany and the creation of an anti-German coalition.
1938. Hitler declared "man of the year" according to Time
7. 1938. Declaration of non-aggression between France and Germany.
8. 1939 year. German-Romanian economic treaties and agreements.
9. 1939 year. The non-aggression Pact of Germany on the Baltic States. The Baltic States were supposed to serve as an obstacle against the Soviet intervention in the planned invasion of Poland. Germany proposed to conclude a non-aggression treaties with Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden on 28 April 1939. Sweden, Norway and Finland declined.
10.1939 year (23.08.1939). The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (Germany, USSR).
I may mention here that the financing of the Nazi party in large part was turned from US, and how much money the US has invested in the military industry in Germany, contributing to the military build-up by the Nazis. May recall that after the second world war, the US continued to trade with Germany and many German factories belonged to American companies (like, for example, a factory Opel was owned by GM).
But why do you not mention here the fact that the USSR was the last to conclude an agreement with Germany, when all of Europe has already cooperated with the Nazis since their appearance?
Are you lying on purpose, or do you just not know the story?