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Vatic Note: I am always amazed at what we do not and did not know about history. I did not know about this below. What was done to the German people, is similar right now, to what is being done to the Palestinians. Ironically 60 years later its the same khazars doing to the Pals what was done to the German people (civilians, including babies as the photo below will show). What a horrible way for a child to come into this world. Starvation is brutal.
So if we had known about this below before now, we would have seen the similarity in cruelty going on in Palestine and maybe we could have stopped it. It does appear we are having an impact now on Israel through boycotting their products and trade merchandise. I decided to put the rest of my VN: down where the subject matter triggered a response in me.
Did the Allies Starve Millions of Germans?
By James Bacque, Library at Lawless Logic
As soon as the Second World War
ended in 1945, Canada and the United States began shipping food to the
hundreds of millions of people who were facing starvation as a result of
the war. Unprecedented in world history, this massive program fulfilled
the highest ideals for which the Western Allies had fought. Their generosity
seemed to have no limit. They fed former enemies -- Italy and Japan --
as well as a new enemy, the Soviet Union.
Only Germany was left out.
It is well known in the West that
the Allies hanged Nazis for crimes -- the murder of Jews, the brutal mass
expulsions, the deadly forced-labour camps, the starvation of entire nations.
What is not generally known is that these occupying armies carved off 25
percent of Germany's most fertile land and placed it under Russian and
Polish control, forcibly expelling about 16 million people into what remained.
It has also been forgotten -- or hidden -- that the Allies forbade emigration
and kept millions of prisoners in forced-labour camps.
aid to Germany was banned for another year, then restricted for more than
a year. When it was permitted, it came too late for millions of people. (VN: That is because Russia, Japan and other countries were filled with Khazars and thus were salvaged, but Germany was not run by Khazars by the time the allies took over. Even our (US) leadership were beholden to the international Khazar bankers at that time.... so of course the German goyim were murdered in a horrible way..... starvation is one of the worse methods of killing. Its brutal, painful and slow.)
In a plan devised by U.S. secretary
of the treasury Henry C. Morgenthau Jr., the Allies "pastoralized" Germany.
They slashed production of oil, tractors, steel and other products that
had been essential to the war effort. They cut fertilizer production by
They under-valued German exports (which they controlled), depriving
Germans of cash needed to buy food. And a large percentage of young male
workers were kept in forced-labour camps for years. During the six months
following the end of the war, Germany's industrial production fell by 75
percent. (VN: that was the whole purpose of the war.... to stop Germany's massive economic growth. Their international trade was killing the British in competition.... so of course war had to happen to stop Germany in their tracks. The british had been trying for years to get their empire back again, but alas, other countries outperformed them. Too much greed in Britain, resulting in corruption. )
The loss of so much fertile land
and the drop in fertilizer supplies caused agricultural production to fall
by 65 percent. Sixty million people began to starve in their huge prison. (VN: The khazars did the same thing to the Pals, destroyed their olive trees, and other agriculture produce.)
mass expulsions from one part of Germany to another, approved at the Allied
victory conference in Potsdam in July and August, 1945, were enforced "with
the very maximum of brutality," wrote British writer and philanthropist
Victor Gollancz in his book Our Threatened Values (1946).
writer and TV producer Robert Allen, in an article titled Letter from Berlin,
in Reading magazine (February, 1946), described the scene in a Berlin
railway station as the refugees arrived in late 1945:
"They were all exhausted
and starved and miserable ... A child only half alive ... A woman in the
most terrible picture of despair I've seen ... Even when you see it, it's
impossible to believe ... God it was terrible." [Image: Expellees
from the East; as many as sixteen million Germans were driven from their
homes in history's greatest ethnic cleansing.] (VN: these were the same victors that are currently doing the same horrible acts against the Palestinians. Can you see the similarities? Absolutely no humanity in a single cell of their bodies.)
In the West, the plan to dismantle
German industrial capacity began at the British headquarters of General
Dwight Eisenhower in August, 1944. Meeting with Mr. Morgenthau, Gen. Eisenhower
prescribed a treatment for Germany that would be "good and hard," giving
as his reason that "the whole German population is a synthetic paranoid." (VN: What the heck did that mean? "Synthetic paranoid"????? And how do we know it was Eisenhower and not "Morgenthau", the khazar? The rest of the article implies this was indeed Morgenthau's plan. Khazar )
Mr. Morgenthau took a written version
of their discussion to U.S. president Franklin Roosevelt and British prime
minister Winston Churchill when the two met in Quebec City in September,
1944. British foreign secretary Anthony Eden, U.S. secretary of state Cordell
Hull and U.S. secretary for war Henry L. Stimson all protested vigorously
against the Morgenthau plan because a pastoralized Germany could not feed
itself. Mr. Hull and Mr Stimson told Roosevelt that about 20 million Germans
would die if the plan were implemented.
Most historians say the Morgenthau
Plan was abandoned after the protests, but Mr. Morgenthau himself said
it was implemented.
In the New York Post for
Nov. 24, 1947, he wrote: "The Morgenthau Plan for Germany ... became part
of the Potsdam Agreement, a solemn declaration of policy and undertaking
for action ... signed by the United States of America, Great Britain and
the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics."
I first happened on the outlines
of this story while researching my 1989 book Other Losses, about
the mass deaths of German prisoners of war in Allied camps. For 45 years,
historians have never disputed a massive survey conducted over four years
by the government of chancellor Konrad Adenauer, which stated that some
1.4 million German prisoners had died in captivity. What is still disputed
by the two sides is how many died in each side's camps. Each has blamed
the other for nearly all the deaths.
The fall of the Soviet empire in
1989 provided a spectacular test of the truth: If the KGB archives recorded
how many Germans died in Soviet camps, the world would know how many died
in the West.
In 1992, I went to the KGB archives
in Moscow, where I was permitted to troll the long, gloomy aisles, free
to read and photocopy anything I wanted. And there I found the reports
from KGB colonel I. Bulanov and others showing that 450,600 Germans had
died in Soviet camps. Given the figure of 1.4 million deaths, this meant
that close to one million had died in Western camps. In addition, the KGB records show
that the Soviets had also imprisoned hundreds of thousands of civilians,
of whom many thousands died. (VN: Remember who ran the Soviet Union at that time.... the Khazars, who are now officially, the Israelis')
This was the shadow of a greater
tragedy, the fate of German civilians.
The recent declassification of
the Robert Murphy Papers at the Hoover Institute in Stanford, California,
and the Robert Patterson manuscript papers in Washington focused the picture.
Mr. Murphy had been chief U.S. diplomatic adviser in Germany, and Mr. Patterson
the secretary of war after 1945.
of Mr. Murphy's papers show a catastrophic death rate in Germany, highlighted
by a surprising comment by Mr. Murphy in discussing German demographics.
He said in a State Department position paper in 1947 that the U.S. statistical
projection of births, immigration and officially reported deaths showed
that over the next three years the German population should be 71 million,
but that "to be conservative and in view of the present high death rate
in Germany, a figure of 69 million will be used."
In other words, Mr. Murphy
was basing high-level U.S. policy on the knowledge that the actual German
death rate was approximately double the rate officially reported to Washington
by the U.S. military governor. [Image: A British nurse in Berlin helps
three German refugee children expelled from an orphange in Danzig, now
Gdansk. The boy on the left, aged nine, weighs 40lbs and is too weak to
stand. The boy in the center, aged twelve, weighs just 46lbs, and his eight-year
old sister, right, weighs 37lbs.This picture was first published in Time
magazine on 12 November 1945.]
In the National Archives in Ottawa,
I found a document seized by Canadians in 1946, showing a death rate in
the city of Brilon in north-central Germany almost triple the total reported
for the Allies for their zones of Germany in 1945-46.
The U.S. Army medical
officer in Germany secretly reported that the actual death rate in the
U.S. zone in May, 1946, was 21.4 per 1,000 per year, or 83 percent higher
than the military governor was reporting to Washington.
These documents in Ottawa, Moscow,
Washington and Stanford, recently revealed or long neglected, show that
the Allies not only destroyed most German industry, they also reduced German
food production to the point that Germans received less food for long periods
during several years than the starving Dutch had received under German
1945 to the middle of 1948, one saw the probable collapse, disintegration
and destruction of a whole nation." These are not the words of a revisionist
historian of the 1990s, but the sober judgment of a U.S. Navy medical officer
on the scene.
Captain Albert Behnke compared German and Dutch starvation:
For months in parts of Germany, the ration set by the occupying Allies
was 400 calories per day; in much of Germany it was often around 1,000,
and officially for more than two years it was never more than 1,550.
Dutch always got more than 1,394. [Image: Seven starving babies in the
Catholic children's hospital in Berlin, October 1947. The infant on the
right is near death.] And for his part in starving people
in the Netherlands, Nazi commander Arthur Seyss-Inquart was hanged by the
A comparison of the German censuses
of 1946 and 1950 shows the effect of the food shortages. The 1950 census
showed 5.7 million people fewer than there should have been according to
the number of people recorded in the 1946 census, minus officially reported
deaths, plus births and "immigrants" (people expelled from the east and
returning prisoners) in the period from 1946 to 1950.
Mr. Murphy had, indeed, been conservative,
partly because he underestimated the number of prisoners due to return
to Germany from Russia. The total tally of unacknowledged deaths among
prisoners, refugees and non-expelled civilians comes to around nine million
people between 1945 and 1950, far more than the number who died during
the war itself. All of these deaths were surplus to those actually reported.
While Germans starved, the Canadian-U.S.
relief program swung into action in other parts of the world. Former U.S.
president Herbert Hoover, then chief food adviser to president Harry Truman,
flew around the world assessing need and supply.
He found big regions of
food poverty, as there has always been and still are, but not insurmountable
world food shortage. In fact, world food production in 1945, according
to the U.S. government statistics, was 90 per cent of the average of the
years from 1936 to 1938. By the end of 1946, it was virtually normal.
Mr. Hoover begged, borrowed and
bought enough food from the few other surplus countries -- Australia and
Argentina -- to feed nearly all the world's starving. He congratulated
Canadians warmly for their co-operation in a CBC speech in Ottawa in 1946:
"To Canada flows the gratitude of hundreds of millions of human beings
who have been saved from starvation through the efforts of this great Commonwealth."
As Mr. Hoover pronounced victory
over the greatest famine threat in world history, Germans were entering
their worst year ever. In early 1946, reports of conditions in Germany
led U.S. senators, among them Kenneth Wherry and William Langer, to protest
against "this addlepated... brutal and vicious Morgenthau Plan."
Belatedly, Mr. Truman asked Mr.
Hoover to intervene. Mr. Hoover spoke to all North Americans: "Millions
of mothers are today watching their children wilt before their eyes." Infant
mortality rates in some German cities were 20 per cent per year, catastrophically
higher than the average in Germany before the war or in contemporary Europe.
Cases of tuberculosis among children
in Kiel, in the British zone, increased by 70 per cent over the prewar
Mr. Hoover called for mercy to
"I can only appeal to your pity
and your mercy...Will you not take to your table an invisible guest?"
Canadians and Americans set the
table for the invisible guest.
According to prime minister Mackenzie
King's chief foreign-affairs adviser, Norman Robertson, Canada was the
only country that had kept its food commitments to help the starving. Only
in Canada did rationing and price controls continue long after the war
so that others could be fed.
This unique campaign saved 800
million lives, according to Mr. Hoover.
Some older Germans treasure the
memory of the "Hoover Speise" (meal) that warmed their bodies at school
in 1947. Many millions -- including hundreds of thousands of Canadians
born in Germany -- also remember their homes in parts of Germany now under
Polish or Russian rule.
None dreams of reparations; all yearn for us to
know their story.
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