Discussion in 'History' started by Mortimer, Dec 5, 2019.
That's just childish and a stupid statement!
There have been black nazis, and actually they weren't treated that bad at all according to the documentary about them, "The Black Gestapo"
the documentary Black gestapo? lol
That is flat out false. Where do you get your information from, a Nazi hotline?
The German soldier was just as committed and "fanatical" as the Japanese. They were under a death sentence if they tried to retreat.
The Nazi soldier was fed Pervitin. A common "upper" in Germany at the time and sold across the counter. Pervitin was the reason Nazi soldiers were able to push the Blitzkrieg through Europe. They were able to keep awake for days on end, fighting. Pervitin also stripped the soldiers of any empathy they might have had and made them more violent. The side effects later became known and were obvious in their effect on Adolph Hitler himself. Today, Pervitin is known as Crystal Meth.
Like the Japanese, the Nazi soldier was indoctrinated from a very young age. It was known as the Hitler Youth. They were trained from pre-pubescent through adulthood to be pure fighters for the Motherland. The Nazis were encouraged, in one manner or another, to rape, torture, and murder both enemy soldiers and civilians.
Being a former member of the Nazi party in of itself wasn't considered to be a crime against humanity but being guilty of "serious war crimes" was. It seems strange that a member of congress (Holtzman (D) NY) was allegedly aware that some of the former Nazi's who settled in the U.S were guilty of "serious war crimes" and did nothing about it. Rep Holtzman enjoyed a democrat majority in the House so was she prevented from speaking out about "serious war criminals" by her own party or is the story total B.S.?
Ever heard of the Japanese doctors who conducted medical experiments on Chinese and allied solders?
Using bubonic plague and other diseases?
Some of them were permitted to enter the U.S. to help with our biowarfare program.
They never got around to dropping the atomic bomb on Germany for one good reason.
The third reich ended with Germany's surrender to the allies on May 9, 1945.
The 1st atomic bomb test was somewhere in July of same year.
So point is that by the time this weapon was perfected Germany had already surrendered.
I do remember going to Falls Church Va about 40 years ago, they were a different kind of "white people", they spoke with noticeable accent, some friends of mine called those parts of that city "the Nazi asylum area".
They lived over there because they did work in labs and similar.
They also were sent to Argentina and Russia.
However, the bombs could have been dropped in dessert areas to intimidate the Japanese emperor, but the scientists decided to "study" the nuclear power "effects" in humans. This is the reason those two cities were chosen "in the name of science".
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