Allied War Crimes in General

Contributions on war crimes committed by the enemies of the Axis powers (“The Allies”). Since there is abundant documentation on war crimes committed by the vanquished, yet the crimes of the victors have been largely swept under the carpet – the victors having written the canonical history of that war, as is usual – we focus here on this oft-ignored aspect of the conflict.

We present this page not as a condemnation of any of the allied countries, nor of those young men that we call on from time to time to go forth on our behalf in order to kill and be killed by young men from other countries for our supposed benefit. We offer it in the spirit expressed by Donne, that the deaths of all humans are equally important to all others. So, by extension, are the wrongs which lead to them. No people who embrace War escape the carrion taint of savagery it confers on all, without respect for their intentions or the niceties of their lives prior.

—David Thomas, June 1, 1998

For Whom the Bell Tolls

(from Devotions upon Emergent Occasions)

No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend's or thine own were: any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee."


Documents in this category

Author Document Language Published
Weber, M. History’s Little-Known Naval Disasters English 1998-03-01
Wikoff, J. War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War English 1986-12-01
O'Keefe, T. Novel Traces Wartime Exodus of German Mennonites English 1994-03-01
Clive, R. American Historian Looks At “Ethnic Cleansing” of Germans English 1994-03-01
Brandon, L. The Cruelest Night English 1980-10-01
Iserson, K. Allied Atrocities: We boiled the flesh off enemy skulls English 1994-01-01
De Zayas, A. Soviet Union: "Naked women were nailed through their hands" English 1988-01-01
Weber, C. Reflections of an American World War II Veteran on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion English 1994-07-01
Weber, M. Multi-Media "Liberators" Project Exposed as Fraud English 1993-05-01
Raven, G. Multi-Media "Liberators" Project Exposed as Fraud English 1993-05-01
Sommer, D. Certainty about Werner Heisenberg English 2003-02-01
Bartling, D. Why the United States Rejects the International Criminal Court English 2003-08-01
Clive, R. The Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau English 1990-07-01
Ries, J. History's Greatest Naval Disasters English 1992-10-01
Rollins, L. A Trial on Trial: The Great Sedition Trial of 1944 English 1985-04-01
Baxter, D. The Great Sedition Trial of 1944: A Personal Memoir English 1985-04-01
Wesserle, A. Yalta: Fact or Fate? A Brief Characterization

English 1982-12-01
Weber, M. The 1945 Sinkings of the Cap Arcona and the Thielbek English 2000-10-01
Institute For Historical Review Mercy for Japs English 1991-12-01
Pfitzner, W. The Unknown Famine Holocaust English 2003-02-01
Rudolf, G. Jewish Co-Responsibility for Jewish Persecution in 1941 English 2003-02-01
Weber, M. A Dark Secret of World War II Comes to Light English 2001-01-15
Gauss, E. The Russians in Berlin in 1945 English 2003-02-01
O'Keefe, T. Soviet Atrocities in German Silesia English 1994-01-01
Weber, M. Secrets of the Soviet Disease Warfare Program English 1999-05-15
Bolton, K. Defending the Defenseless English 2015-03-10
Campbell, J. Some Comments on Historical Revisionism English 1983-01-01
Widmann, R. Internet Roundup English 1998-07-01
Merlin, D. Churchill and the Sinking of the Lusitania English 2016-12-14
Smith, B. Memorabilia :Is it them or Is it Us? English 2017-01-12
Hernández, R. Memorabilia :Is it them or Is it Us? English 2017-01-12
Ittner, G. Dresden Memorial Event 2017 English 2017-01-15
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