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The conditions in the camps found at the end of the war were certainly partly the fault the Western Allies, particularly FDR who declared at Casablanca that only unconditional surrender would be accepted. This gave Germany nothing to lose by continuing to fight for as long as possible. Germany fought to the bitter end and what the Americans and British found was exactly that. The Nazis established the repugnant camp system in the first place. That there were camps to find by the U.S. and U.K. military was the responsibility of the Nazis. The fact that Germany fought long after victory was possible was a consequence of Roosevelt's declaration. Roosevelt not only extended the Depression, he also extended the war, killing millions more people.
Nazi Gassings Never Happened! Niemand wurde vergast!
I actually think they should start with Belsen, there were some very specific claims at Belsen that I am not entirely sure a proper exhumation would back up.
It would change our view of humans and our politicals and our social structures. And therefore is extremely unlikely to happen.
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