Margaret Huffstickler guides us through more of the research by Vincent Reynouard, this time on the Gestapo in occupied France.
- Even the Nuremberg Tribunal in 1946 could not find any grounds to declare the Gestapo a “criminal organization” until Sept. 1939;
- In the German-occupied territories everything was blamed on the Gestapo, as if they were omnipotent, yet there were only 160 Gestapo personnel (of all types) in France;
- Reinhard Heydrich ordered that torture could not be used to obtain confessions, and only the more mild forms to gain vital, life-saving information;
- Not one single German order for torture has ever been produced;
- The war against Germany conducted by the Allies was a war of extermination from the beginning, and that was also the purpose of the “Unconditional Surrender” demand;
- The Gestapo behavior toward women and girls was always correct – notwithstanding the pornographic books, comics and images flooding the marketplace, specialized in mostly by Jews.
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