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Speer, Dönitz, and Jodl immediately after being arrested by British troops, 23 May 1945

Caption   Speer, Dönitz, and Jodl immediately after being arrested by British troops, 23 May 1945 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 18 May 2009

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Parthasarathy says:
24 Feb 2011 07:35:28 AM

The trial and execution of Generaloberst Alfred Jodl by the Nuremberg Kangaroo Court was nothing but pure revenge of the so called victors over the vanquished. Even after the West German Government felt obligated to admit about the great injustice meted out to a Great Soldier, the American bosses pressurised the then FRG government to retrace its apology. This is another example of the 'Yankee Justice'. Ha ha, long live American Democracy !!!
2. Mtt says:
24 May 2011 08:37:46 AM

Yankee justice is also evidence in how they let Hirohito the jap war emperor got away scot free... that's just another spectrum of Yankee justice

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