They killed the people they feared with the illusion of justice. A moral victory? Absolutely not. Jewspiracies aside, I only remember reading about one Nazi who's death may have been unwarranted. Almost everyone who was shot was connected to the Holocaust or some of the SS war crimes. I really wish I knew the name of the general who was killed but didn't seem to have any connection to war crimes. I'm sure someone else will know.
Good luck with your /pol/ bait thread of you aren't actually trying to troll.
>>526857 The verdicts were mostly understandable however but it was definitely a mockery especially when we see who was the Soviet judge. And how everybody awkwardly decided to be silent about the Soviet part in starting WWII except when the Soviets tried to put the blame on Soviet war crimes on Germany. Even Goering found it funny.
>>526923 The Nazis started WWII TOGETHER with the Soviet Union. Together, having similar agendas, allied with each other and dividing Europe among themselves. Whoever allies with at least one of them can't be called a good guy. The Western Allies did with the Soviet Union just because Germany is closer to them geographically.
>>526961 Soviet apologists are still alive. Unfortunately that's the original sin of WWII historiography. Claiming WWII was a fight of good vs. evil. Liberal democracies didn't invade anyone (let's forget Iceland) but they allied with someone who did out of convenience and they later sold their allies to them with full knowledge that they're going to get butchered. Now let's make more movies about D-Day.
>>527005 >>527009 Yes I'm being audacious enough to claim that the Nazi German government and its people weren't the manifestation of pure evil. Anyone who fought against them would only do so with the most pure intentions of maintaining Good in the world.
>>526935 The Western Allies were against Germany for a number of reasons: many treaties and trust between countries were broken when they started annexing Austria, Sudetenland, and Poland.
This isn't even mentioning the Treaty of Versailles which they effectively shit on. On the while, even before 1940, when Germany and England were fighting skirmishes for early control in Norway, Germany made it clear her navy was vying for control in the Atlantic theater.
Russia didn't do anything. Not until the annex of parts of Poland and Finland. But even then, they made sure not to overstep any bounds politically. And so did we. I don't believe we, nor any allies, sent any allies to defend parts of Finland from capitulation to Russian forces.
>>527027 And the Western allies allowed them to rape and murder anyone they pleased. Enemy of my enemy and so on. Of course Stalin planed to get to them later anyway but it was still a low treason that should be treated as such. Instead there was a campaign to forget about this and promote the positive view on WWII where good guys won and it was only later that former friends parted their ways.
>>527033 Our job is to present history as it essentially was. Not to make moral judgements. If you want moral judgements there's a board set aside for that. Morally judging is a political issue. The board is >>>/pol/
It isn't about the particular political complexion of /pol/, it is about whether the topic suits! Imagine that! Imagine that historians deny themselves normativity! We do! >>>/pol/
>>527059 >genocide Top kek. That's just shit that butthurt Ukrainians made up and NATO endorses that story for obvious reasons.in reality is was a shittily executed collectivization of grain, due to Soviet incompetence, not some massive conspiracy to kill a bunch of useless peasants
>>527080 They didn't. Most of Russia was still serfing it up. Why the fuck do you think Stalin needed the Lend Lease act to resupply his shit tier army. Why do you think they needed to use slave labor to build all their tanks. WWII modernized Russia's industry, beforehand it was mostly rural farming area.
>>527076 Sovietologists who know their are of expertise. The belief that Stalin would just sit in his own country and build socialism was equally wrong to the belief that Lenin would do the same. In 1940 Stalin already had a significant portion of Europe. He had even more in 1945. Meanwhile he was trying to be at least on equal terms with the US with nuclear power (thanklfully he died just a few weeks before the first Soviet tests with the hydrogen bomb thus sparing us WWIII). Not to mention he loved what he heard from his faithful bitch FDR when he proposed that the western Allies would retreat their troops right after WWII.
>>526839 there was a jurnalist who they tried and hanged at the main trail despite him never having any position of power or any direct role or knowledge of the holocaust. He did write of a couple of very detailed blood "libel" cases
Redirecting people to /pol/ is something I've seen on almost every 4chan board I've been to, we consider it a sort of damage control.
If 4chan is an autonomous body in the vein of Hobbes' Leviathan, then Hiroyuki Nishimura is the head of state and /pol/ is the lower intestines. We are simply directing fecal matter towards the lower intestines. Nothing wrong with that...
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