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Allied Bombings

Postby Mojo » 8 years 9 months ago (Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:00 pm)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPgy4mZrYd4[/youtube]

This Universal reel is a great example to show that the Allies did in fact shut down German supplies towards the wars end, which in my opinion was the contributing factor in the atrocities at Belsen and other German camps.

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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby Ilikerealhistory » 8 years 9 months ago (Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:56 pm)

Mojo wrote:
This Universal reel is a great example to show that the Allies did in fact shut down German supplies towards the wars end, which in my opinion was the contributing factor in the atrocities at Belsen and other German camps.



This was more noticeable in the south. Dachau prisoners looked like sticks, but prisoners in the northern camps still looked fat and healthy. There was a policy by the Allies (at least the US) to exterminate all life in southern Germany. I can't remember the source, but it was in an American Generals Biography.

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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby Veritas » 8 years 9 months ago (Sun Nov 21, 2010 9:22 pm)

Mojo wrote:This Universal reel is a great example to show that the Allies did in fact shut down German supplies towards the wars end, which in my opinion was the contributing factor in the atrocities at Belsen and other German camps.

What the Allies did was not the contributing factor in the atrocities, it were the atrocities that caused the collateral damage sold to the world as the result of "Nazi bestiality".

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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby The Warden » 8 years 9 months ago (Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:53 pm)

You'll never hear the Believers place blame on the Allies. Every starving, overworked, or diseased Jew was the result of Nazi programs if you have them tell the story.
One can only wonder how many of the Jews suffered due to the tunnel vision and pride of the Allied forces' bombing raids. All that hunger from supply trains being cut. All those overworked laborers because more supplies had to be produced. All those Typhus victims due to the camp conditions withering due to lack of supplies.

And for what? Because Germany wasn't "allowed" to improve itself. :mrgreen:
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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby Mojo » 8 years 9 months ago (Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:45 am)

Veritas wrote:
Mojo wrote:This Universal reel is a great example to show that the Allies did in fact shut down German supplies towards the wars end, which in my opinion was the contributing factor in the atrocities at Belsen and other German camps.

What the Allies did was not the contributing factor in the atrocities, it were the atrocities that caused the collateral damage sold to the world as the result of "Nazi bestiality".



What are you talking about? :?

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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby Hannover » 8 years 9 months ago (Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:19 pm)

Plucked from a previous post:

'Journal of American Med. Assoc. / Belsen typhus truce delay'
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All those pictures of dead bodies, shown endlessly as if they were murdered/gassed, can be blamed largely on the Allies.

The Allies, in violation of international law, savagely attacked civilian transport and agriculture, resulting in a lack of medical supplies and food reaching the detention camps.
"Germany could not so easily be divided into innocent civilians and guilty soldiers. After all, the farmer on his potato patch was feeding German soldiers."
- Chuck Yeager, Yeager: An Autobiography, Bantam Books, New York, 1985, p. 79.

These same Allies then hypocritically set themselves up as judge and jury over a defeated enemy for failing to supply enough food & medicine to camp inmates.

The following letter appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association (J. A. M. A.) in the "Foreign Letters" section on page 220 for May 19, 1945. The war was barely over in Europe.
Typhus Causes a Truce

By negotiations between British and German officers, British troops took over from the S.S. and the Wehrmacht the task of guarding the vast concentration camp at Belsen, a few miles northwest of Celle, which contains 60,000 prisoners, many of them political. This has been done because typhus is rampant in the camp and it is vital that no prisoners be released until the infection is checked. The advancing British agreed to refrain from bombing or shelling the area of the camp, and the Germans agreed to leave behind an armed guard which would be allowed to return to their own lines a week after the British arrival. The story of the negotiations is curious. Two German officers presented themselves before the British outposts and explained that there were 9,000 sick in the camp and that all sanitation had failed. They proposed that the British should occupy the camp at once, as the responsibility was international in the interests of health. In return for the delay caused by the truce the Germans offered to surrender intact the bridges over the river Aller. After brief consideration the British senior officer rejected the German proposals, saying it was necessary that the British should occupy an area of 10 kilometers round the camp in order be sure of keeping their troops and lines of communication away from the disease. The British eventually took over the camp.


This delay was crucial to the likes of Anne Frank, who after being moved from Auschwitz (a supposed 'death camp' where see wasn't put to death), died of typhus.

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Re: Allied Bombings

Postby Charles Traynor » 8 years 9 months ago (Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:59 pm)

Let us be quite clear here. The Germans were not responsible for the horrific scenes seen in some WWII newsreels of the concentration camps. Prior to the Allied bombing campaign and destruction of German infrastructure in the later stages of the war, those in the camps were well fed and cared for. I would also suggest the KZ inmates were probably in better psychological shape than many of the millions of Germans living in cities who had faced the full horror of the Allied terror bombing day after day.

I reserve my full sympathy for innocent German civilians rather than the criminals, traitors and degenerates who were legally confined in the Nazi concentration camps.
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