tennesseekilt Wrote:
Jun 17, 2013 7:44 AM
If it can be proven that he did war crimes, I'm all for punishing him. However, anyone who really studies the bloodbath that was WWII will realize there were so many atrocities on every side that it is almost impossible to punish them all. How about the British flyers who firebombed German cities filled with civilians (Dresden anyone?)? The 'Nazi sympathizers' in Ukraine and Eastern Europe, although not free from guilt, were fighting what they believed to be a greater evil, Soviet Russia - on record a regime that killed more people than the Nazis ever did. So, are we going to track down the Communist murderers? Remember, the winners write the history books. This seems more like vengeance than justice...