What if in this scenario the Schoonebeek oil field, the largest oil field in Western Europe is discovered in this time period? How would the Germans react? The Allies? Would Germany set forth a claim to the oil field? If so, by how much percent? If Netherlands rebuked their offer? How would the Germans react? Would this mean no Rhineland? No Anschluss? No Munich pact? The oil field was a couple miles from the border IIRC, link here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Schoonebeek,+Netherlandsfirstname.lastname@example.org,6.908928,14148m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47b7f0196877f00b:0x7b752da16ce216f!8m2!3d52.6626006!4d6.8838388?hl=en I'm asking this, as I am really seeing a chance for an interesting discussion as to how the politics of Europe might play out. If Anschluss and the Czech crisis occur, might this butterfly away the Invasion of Poland? Might Germany be able to then become a stronger force than OTL, as Schoonebeek even a quarter of receiving production, would still constitute a significant part of Germany's oil need, and allow them to import more metals to make more plane, tanks and possibly factories?