Links to post WWII (true) history

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The article cited here, If Hitler was a goldbug, is about one of the many parodies made from a scene in the movie, Downfall.

Within the comments are some good insights into the true history of post-WWii that most people never have heard of, including the following comment by reader2010:

reader2010  reader2010

Here a brief list of some history books one needs to read on the subject. Truth will set you free.

Bacque - Other Losses; The Shocking Truth Behind the Mass Deaths of Disarmed German Soldiers and Civilians (1989)

Bakeless - Economic Causes of Modern Wars; A Study of the Period 1878-1918 (1921)

Berghahn - Europe in the Era of Two World Wars; From Militarism and Genocide to Civil Society, 1900-1950 (2006)

Bourke - Second World War; A Peoples History (2001)

Broadberry & Harrison - The Economics of World War I (2005)

De Zayas - A Terrible Revenge; The Ethnic Cleansing of the East European Germans, 1944-1950 (1994)

Dunnigan & Nofi - Dirty Little Secrets Of World War II

Hamilton & Herwig - The Origins of World War I

History in Dispute, Volume 4 - World War II, 1939-1943 (2000)

History in Dispute, Volume 5 - World War II, 1943-1945 (2000)

Kramer - Dynamic of Destruction; Culture and Mass Killing in the First World War

Lamberti & Fortunati - Memories and Representations of War; The Case of World War I and World War II

Pohl - Ethnic Cleansing in USSR, 1937-1949

Snell - The Outbreak of the Second World War; Design or Blunder

Suvorov - Icebreaker; Who Started the Second World War

Swain - Between Stalin and Hitler; Class War and Race War on the Dvina, 1940–46

Vilensky - Dew of Death; The Story of Lewisite, America’s World War I Weapon of Mass Destruction

Werner - Through the Eyes of Innocents; Children Witness World War II

World War II, Countdown to Catastrophe (Marshall Cavendish, 2011)