World War 2 History: True Stories of the Wehrmacht War Crimes and Atrocities

World War 2 History: True Stories of the Wehrmacht War Crimes and Atrocities Summary

The Second World War was, no doubt, one of the worst experiences mankind has ever faced. From torture to rape to murder, crimes against innocents were innumerous – Adolf Hitler, a diminutive man with the oratorical skills of a genius took advantage of a sensitive situation in the aftermath of Germany's defeat in the First World War and amassed enough power to bring the entire European continent to its knees.

In the forefront of Hitler's troops were the Wehrmacht, which had some of the most elite, most powerful and most brutal soldiers in the world.

What's sad is that at the end of the Second World War, when the Nuremberg Trials took place and most of the WW2 criminals were tried and then punished, the Wehrmacht was declared as not a criminal organization. This was because of a legal technicality and loophole that left them as simply part of the German Armed Forces.

Just because they were ruled as 'not a criminal organization', it doesn't mean that they weren't criminals – there are even some who would deny that these men were war criminals, but that lies on par with those who would deny the existence of the Holocaust itself, given that there is ample evidence to prove the evil-doing of the Wehrmacht soldiers.....

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Good book4 star

Good book, interesting stories of things that i did not know prior to reading I would rate it a 5 but nothings perfect45


Good5 star

I really enjoyed it! Would recommend.55


Needs documentation2 star

The author should provide supporting documentation. Citing sources lends credence otherwise the stories appear more anecdotal in nature.25


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Good Book55


Good read!5 star

I really enjoyed this book, so many things in it that I was never taught in a history class!55

The moose27

Good information soiled by poor diction2 star

The author could use a refresher course in grammar and proper English. He keeps switching between tenses and will use the same word or phrase time after time in a short span of just a few pages. While the information provided was good, the way it was written made it a bit hard to read.25

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Love it4 star

I’m all about history and I love everything having to do with so, this book was a good choice to read.45

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