The Barnes Review - Ike's censored WWII holocaust


Author : The Barnes Review - American Free Press
Title : Ike's censored WWII holocaust
Year : 2014

Link download : The_Barnes_Review_-_Ike_s_censored_WWII_holocaust.zip

WE’VE ALL HEARD OF THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS run by the Third Reich duringWorldWar II. Hardly a day goes by when we are not bombarded by the mainstream media with tall tales of atrocities committed by Germans against Jews, gypsies and homosexuals in these labor camps. Forget the fact that prisoners in Hitler’s camps were provided with food, clothing, medical care, housing, employment, entertainment and other amenities. However, if you want to see a real death camp—one designed to ensure that the inmates would not survive their incarceration—one need only look at the “camps” (really outdoor pens) set up by Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower after Germany was defeated. These camps allowed the Allies to exterminate helpless, disarmed German soldiers and civilians. This shocking story of criminal genocide needs to be known to everyone, as it truly was one of the worst war crimes committed in the 20th century. ...

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