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originally posted by: TheBloodRed
What are some notable sections?
I would like to read.
originally posted by: RussianTroll
a reply to: Raggedyman
So publish your archives about the "atrocities" of the Russians. Is someone bothering you?
Between the months of January and August of 1945, Germany saw the largest incident of mass rape known in history, where an estimated two million German women were raped by the Soviet Red Army soldiers, as written by Walter Zapotoczny Jr. in his book, ‘Beyond Duty: The Reason Some Soldiers Commit Atrocities’.
Between the months of April and May, the German capital Berlin saw more than 100,000 rape cases according to hospital reports, while East Prussia, Pomerania and Silesia saw more than 1.4 million rape cases.
Hospital reports also stated that abortion operations were being carried out daily across all German hospital
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: RussianTroll
This is not new all this stuff was brought out in the Nuremberg trials. Interestingly this was the first time they ever had 4 judges. The United States, Soviet Union, France and Great Britain each supplied a main judge and an alternate. Another fact most dont know is the reason they chose Nuremberg its where the Nazi party got it start.
Another strange fact after Goering’s suicide cheating the hangmans noose they actually decide to make sure the remaining 10 didnt comit suicide before they were hung. To prevent this they actualy handcuff them to guards and they had to watch them to make sure they would be hung. Imagine being those guards having to be handcuffed until they were hung.
Do you equate the Arab media and messages on social networks with archival documents ??
Walter S. Zapotoczny Jr. wrote: "There was a sense among Russian soldiers that "Motherland" had been violated by the invasion of German army. This sense was promoted by the government. The governments calls for revenge had given the idea that almost any cruelty would be allowed. Russian government would not permit any discussion of the rape of German woman. Many veterans, even today, are reluctant to talk about it
originally posted by: Flavian
a reply to: RussianTroll
Finland only entered World War 2 as part of the defensive war against the Soviets. So if the Soviets hadn't invaded, Finland would have remained neutral.
Having said that, sorry for going off topic!
originally posted by: Raggedyman
you sound like a crazed fundamentalist christian telling everyone how bad they are and how good you are