Allied War Crimes (WWII)
State Genocide

See: Bengal Famine  Napalm  Cluster bombs  Israel Defense Forces (IDF)  Depleted Uranium White phosphorus

[2015 Feb] Our Unprecedented WWII Atrocities  Prior to the atomic attack on Japan, the US waged a firebombing war, not on the Japanese military, or its industries, but on innocent Japanese men, women, and children, beginning with the dropping of 700,000 incendiary bombs on Tokyo. Two nights later, a force of more than five hundred B-29s again struck the heart of the Japanese Empire with 4,000 tons of incendiaries.   Those Tokyo firebombs brought more horror than our minds can comprehend, but the resulting winds wrought even more terror. The heat from the flaming cauldrons below was so intense that the B-29s flying above were often buffeted upwards by as much as 4,000 feet.  US reconnaissance photographs showed that 51.3 square miles of what was once Tokyo, teeming with seven million human beings, had been reduced to ashes, with the lingering stench of burnt human flesh. It was then that US General Curtis LeMay, who had been so successful in firebombing millions of innocent German citizens, smothered Yokohama with 3,200 tons of firebombs.

Shocking 1944 British government letter

Concentration Camps (Eisenhower's) 
Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 

Katyn (14,000)
Lusitania: The Pearl Harbor of WWI
Operation Keelhaul
Terror bombing 
Mass Starvation of Germans, 1945-1950 
Red Army rape
Silesian
Wilhelm Gustloff sinking, Jan. 30th, 1945

Churchill
Eisenhower
Lindemann
Morgenthau
Stalin


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