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Memos show US hushed up Soviet crime against Poland


jon357 63 | 14,122
10 Feb 2013  #91
n Western culture, in terms of WW2: Germany gets too much blame

Perhaps because they were to blame for it.
MarcinD 4 | 135
10 Feb 2013  #92
Nazis are a never ending broken record in USA culture used to fuel white guilt. The message is clear: the white/blonde haired/blue eyed Euros are oppressive.

The narrative of Hitler is then portrayed on current leaders, to create backing for attacks and occupations (Iraq).

Check out this short clip

youtube.com/watch?v=_7VpLDLZYeY
Tim Bucknall 7 | 98
10 Feb 2013  #93
IMO Germany get exactly the correct level of Blame for WW2, the USSR & Japan didn't get enough

thats not to say that that the harsh clauses in the Versailles Treaty weren't partly to blame for setting us on the road to WW2
jon357 63 | 14,122
10 Feb 2013  #94
white/blonde haired/blue eyed Euros are oppressive.

They certainly were guilty of quite a bit between 1939 and 1945. Much of it in Poland.

The narrative of Hitler is then portrayed on current leaders, to create backing for attacks and occupations (Iraq).

Rubbish.
citizen67 6 | 191
10 Feb 2013  #95
IMO Germany get exactly the correct level of Blame for WW2, the USSR & Japan didn't get enough

Totally agree with you.
kondzior 8 | 946
10 Feb 2013  #96
IMO Germany get exactly the correct level of Blame for WW2, the USSR & Japan didn't get enough

Well, Pearl Harbour was perfectly justified.
No, this is not a defense of Japanese abuses in China. But that what Japan did in Pearl Harbour made perfect sense in light of Japanese-American relations.

US forced Japan to accept American Closed Door Policy but repeal Japanese Closed Door Policy completely.
The faction of pro-Anglo-Saxon and pro-peace Japanese ministers in the Japanese government were treated with asset freezes and confiscations by the Americans.
US refused to cease sanctions against the Japanese even if they withdrew from China and Indochina.

Think for a second. What would the US government do to any foreign government that repeatedly refuses to live up to a bargain? That deceitfully ensures that America can not import from abroad or sell its produce abroad? That freezes and confiscates assets of any foreign minister who demands peace with Americans? That rejects repeated American offers for peace under the most generous conditions?
citizen67 6 | 191
11 Feb 2013  #97
Stalin was Hitler's best and most important ally before Hitler went on to invade the USSR, he supplied Germany with its oil without which Hitler could not hav started the War, Japan and Italy wer insignificant as allies.


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