But in fact the pact was beneficial only for Germany - as its army was still much weaker than the Polish. And Hitler, of course, had his own cunning game. Much later, August 22, 1939, at a meeting with military commanders at Obersalzberg, he admitted: "In the autumn of 1933 ... I decided to go along with Stalin ...", then there is a gap of "friendship" with the Soviet Union was one of the strategic moves of the game . And when, after the signing of the pact with Pilsudski approximate asked the Fuehrer whether he is now going to join with the Poles and the attack on the Soviet Union, he replied: "Soviet Russia - it is very difficult. It is unlikely that I will be able to start it ... All the agreements with Poland have only temporary value. I'm not going to seek an understanding with the Poles. I do not need to share power with anyone else ... At any time I can find a common language with Soviet Russia. I can divide Poland at any time and for me in any way ... "