Saturday, December 27, 2008

Deep Thought

It's clear that the Allies fighting against the Axis powers in WWII are considered "liberators" of the Nazi death camps in Germany after invading. But can Americans, Brits, and Russians legitimately be considered liberators given that they did not bomb or otherwise disrupt the concentration camp rail lines during the war, which could have saved so many Jews and other victims from being exterminated?

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