WWII Diary: September 1945 by José Delgado audiobook

WWII Diary: September 1945: The Defendant's Dock

By José Delgado
Read by Drew Crosby

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    ISBN: 9781664920255

American writer Chalmers Ashby Johnson said: To try to establish which of the two Axis aggressors, Germany or Japan, was the more brutal to the peoples they invaded would be pointless.  The Germans killed, among others, six million Jews and twenty million Russians. The Japanese exterminated thirty million Filipinos, Malays, Cambodians, Vietnamese, Indonesians and Burmese, and at least twenty-three million ethnic Chinese. Both nations plundered the countries they conquered and enslaved millions of people into forced labor, and in some cases, the Japanese used women as sex slaves for front-line troops.  The truth is that the mortality rate of Western prisoners in Nazi hands reached 4%, while those who fell into the hands of the Japanese reached 30%. In 1941, Winston Churchill publicly expressed the idea that at the end of the war the entire leadership of the Nazi regime should be brought to trial. In 1942 Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill agreed that at the end of the war all those military chiefs or leaders of the Axis nations would be tried for their crimes. This agreement was ratified at the Teheran Conference in 1943 and the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences in 1945. This audiobook contains the last two days of WWII Diary and "The Defendant's Dock". Nuremberg: Nazi Trials Auschwitz Trials Bucharest People's Court Asian Holocaust Khabarovsk War Crimes Trials Allied War Crimes

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American writer Chalmers Ashby Johnson said:

To try to establish which of the two Axis aggressors, Germany or Japan, was the more brutal to the peoples they invaded would be pointless.

 The Germans killed, among others, six million Jews and twenty million Russians. The Japanese exterminated thirty million Filipinos, Malays, Cambodians, Vietnamese, Indonesians and Burmese, and at least twenty-three million ethnic Chinese. Both nations plundered the countries they conquered and enslaved millions of people into forced labor, and in some cases, the Japanese used women as sex slaves for front-line troops.

 The truth is that the mortality rate of Western prisoners in Nazi hands reached 4%, while those who fell into the hands of the Japanese reached 30%.

In 1941, Winston Churchill publicly expressed the idea that at the end of the war the entire leadership of the Nazi regime should be brought to trial. In 1942 Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill agreed that at the end of the war all those military chiefs or leaders of the Axis nations would be tried for their crimes. This agreement was ratified at the Teheran Conference in 1943 and the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences in 1945.

This audiobook contains the last two days of WWII Diary and "The Defendant's Dock".

  • Nuremberg: Nazi Trials
  • Auschwitz Trials
  • Bucharest People's Court
  • Asian Holocaust
  • Khabarovsk War Crimes Trials
  • Allied War Crimes

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 0.99
Audience: Adult
Language: English