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A Tragic Story of What Happened to Women After D-Day

They called it the épuration sauvage, the wild purge, because it was spontaneous and unofficial. But, yes, it was savage, too. In the weeks and months following the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944, Allied troops and the resistance swept across France liberating towns and villages, and unleashing a flood of collective euphoria, relief and hope. And then the punishments began.

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Pride Comes Before the Fall

Of the prelude to World War Two palace historians invariably describe Poland as victim of Nazi aggression. One can also put money on their claim that the Gleiwitz incident was a false flag to excuse the Reich’s subsequent invasion. Modest research reveals this was contrary to reality. Such fraudulent scribes are guilty of falsifying history to improve their chances of being published.

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