Solution:The above statement is incorrect.
Hitler's long-term objective was to dominate Eastern Europe, and he wanted to do that. In June 1941, he attacked the Soviet Union to accomplish this goal. Hitler's action turned out to be a historic blunder. By taking this action, Hitler opened Germany's eastern front to the Soviet Union and the British aerial bombardment of the German west front. As a result, the Soviet Red Army pursued German forces until they reached the centre of Berlin. For the next 50 years, the Soviet Union ruled all of Eastern Europe due to this episode.
Hence, Hitler opened the German western and eastern fronts to Soviet and British aerial attacks.