But on Friday, August 25, when he noticed the resolution of the British and French governments, Mr. Hitler sent for their ambassadors. He sent a personal message to the French Ambassador to Mr. Daladier, published by Mr. Daladier`s reply; He made a long verbal communication to the British ambassador. Hitler insisted that the « Polish problem » had to be solved, but that after that he was ready to approach Britain « with a great global offer. » He is even ready, he said with astonishing insolence, to « make a personal commitment to the sustainability of the British Empire. » (He acknowledged, however, that some petty matters had to be dealt with first.) The British government did not respond until Monday 28 August. She then welcomed Mr Hitler`s demands for friendship and the desire for an Anglo-German agreement, but insisted that the Polish dispute must first be resolved through direct discussions between the German and Polish authorities so as not to undermine Poland`s vital interests and independence. Hitler believed that Britain would never welcome him alone, so he decided to swallow his fear and disgust at communism and be discouraged by the Soviet dictator, which gave him the British initiative. Both sides were extremely suspicious of each other and were trying to recognize ulterior motives. But Hitler was in a hurry; He knew that if he were to invade Poland, it had to be done quickly before the West could create a unified front. Hitler`s foreign minister, Joachim von Ribbentrop, flew to Moscow and signed the non-aggression pact with his Soviet counterpart V.M Molotov (which is why the pact is often called the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact). Proponents of Bolshevism around the world have ruined their hitherm romantic view of « international socialism »; they were outraged that Stalin was entering some kind of league with the fascist dictator. Germany unilaterally ended the pact on 22 June 1941 at 03:15 by launching a massive attack against the Soviet Union with Operation Barbarossa.
 Stalin had ignored repeated warnings that Germany was likely to invade, and had not ordered a « full » mobilization of forces while mobilization was underway.  After the beginning of the invasion, the territories acquired by the pact by the Soviet Union were lost. The southeastern part was included in the government of Greater Germany, the rest was integrated into the police stations of the Reich Ostland and Ukraine.