The Untold Holocaust: Allied Forces Treatment of Germans

http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items/2013/12/22/the-untold-holocaust-allied-forces-treatment-of-germans/ We are told enough times about the terrible crimes committed by Germans but why is there stoic silence on the crimes committed by the Allied forces (UK, US, FRANCE and SOVIET UNION) on Germans? Germany was defeated in May 1945 with that ended World War 2. What gets conveniently hidden from history’s tell tales … Continue reading The Untold Holocaust: Allied Forces Treatment of Germans

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“Other Losses” One-Hour Documentary Film on DVD By James Bacque

After the Second World War, the Allies betrayed their own civilizing values – the Atlantic Charter, the Four Freedoms, and the Geneva Convention, destroying the moral worth of their great victory along with their victims. More German people were killed by allied action after the war than died during the war. At the same time … Continue reading “Other Losses” One-Hour Documentary Film on DVD By James Bacque

Allied Postwar Treatment of German POWs: German Eyewitness to Mass Murder

“It became known, that the conditions in the POW camps in the American Zone were identical everywhere. We could therefore safely conclude, that it was by intent and by orders from higher ups to starve the German POW's and we blamed General Eisenhower for it. He, who was of German descent could not discern the evildoers … Continue reading Allied Postwar Treatment of German POWs: German Eyewitness to Mass Murder

The Sorry Fate of German POWs: Enslavement, Starvation and Murder Part 1 – The West

http://www.revisionist.net/german-pows.html There was no “peace treaty” in place at the end of the War. German POWs were labelled “disarmed enemy forces” (DEF) rather than “prisoners of war” in order to skirt provisions of the Hague Land Warfare Convention which mandated humane treatment, including that which stated: “After the peace treaty, prisoners of war should be … Continue reading The Sorry Fate of German POWs: Enslavement, Starvation and Murder Part 1 – The West

The Sorry Fate of German POWs: Enslavement, Starvation and Murder Part 2 – The East

http://www.revisionist.net/death-camps.html In the communist realms, the conditions that German POWs, many just kids, endured on the Eastern Front were beyond grim and did not follow any accepted protocol for treatment of captured soldiers. Under the provisions of the Yalta Agreement, the U.S. and U.K. had agreed to the use of German POWs in the Soviet … Continue reading The Sorry Fate of German POWs: Enslavement, Starvation and Murder Part 2 – The East