Was WWII a fight between different serious interpretations of the world, apart from the usual superficial descriptions of military fights between countries?
Does there exist some philosophical secret to explain it better? I am here not interested in the argument from pity for the victims. I only want to know at the bottom of it, what the underlying philosophical fight was, just to come to know, without valuing it from some fixed perspective, and without the usual, prescribed catchwords, which are designed to stop its philosophical investigation in advance.
I want the philosophical POV’s of the war parties, separated from atrocity stories and taboos. I want to hear the truth about what their philosophical motivation was. (The historical truth is atrociously frozen in and tabooed with iron determination; my substantiated POV is that this is a political decision of the occupators of the USA.) — But philosophy is not history, historical events or policy, hence I claim to hear the philosophical truth.
What were the two philosophical (not political !) poles in this war? What do they philosophically represent? How have they philosophically developed? Did these poles already exist in Antiquity? Do they exist in some mythology? What does it imply for us today that one of these (philosophical) poles had (or seems) to perish? Is it a loss?
What is (the name of) the center of the victorious (philosophical) pole? What is its interior structure, and how is the organization of the external departments of this victorious philosophical pole?