On June 10, 1944, almost the entire civilian population of the French village Oradour-sur-Glane was killed, including some 250 women and children, who died in a church when the building exploded. Orthodox history claims that this catastrophe was a massacre committed by German occupational forces. Yet after carefully investigating the evidence, revisionist researchers have a different view of what happened that day.
Documents in this category
|Brandon, L.||Oradour: Village of the Dead, A Review||English||1980-10-01|
|Reynouard, V.||Persecution in France for "The Waffen-SS: Innocent at Oradour"||English||2004-01-07|
|Olodogma||Hitler aveva ragione? Di Alberto B. Mariantoni||Italian||2014-01-02|
|Reynouard, V.||LE MASSACRE d'ORADOUR||French||1997-06-08|
|Pressac, J.||La Tragédie D´ Oradour||French||2018-08-13|