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Ww 2 Deaths ( Amazing Video )




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#1 Mallyboppa

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Posted November 22 2015 - 06:34 AM

Makes you think !


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Posted November 28 2015 - 10:31 AM

It is said that the USSR loss between twenty and thirty million. How many were actually murdered by the communists?



#3 Emanresu

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Posted December 12 2015 - 10:19 AM

How many were murdered by their own people? Lots. The NKVD shot an estimated 12000 Russian troops at Stalingrad alone. Now consider that they were doing that type of thing from the Baltic to the Black Sea from June 1941 right up through the end of the war (well it actually started before the war with the purges).



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Posted December 14 2015 - 01:27 AM

Interesting video! Thanks for posting. Understand, however, the picture at 8:45 of the german soldier shooting "jews" is a fell known forgery.


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Posted September 07 2017 - 05:11 PM

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At Yalta,  Stalin demanded that ALL Russian POWs held in Germany were to be repatriated without exception.

 

ALL went to Siberia and very few ever made it home after 1953.  That was the price of Stalin entering the Pacific War on 8th August 1945, 90 days after the German surrender.

 

ALL German SS  POWs went to Wrangel island,  and NONE came home!

 

Also,   ALL allied POWs 'liberated'  by the Russians went o Siberia,  and none of them ever came home.






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