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CARNAGE OF THE INNOCENTS

The Allies notoriously accuse their foe of committing atrocities to excuse or lessen the impact of their own war crimes. Another tactic is to censor one’s own bloodbaths.
At 25,500 tonnes the German liner Wilhelm Gustloff suffered the greatest loss of life in maritime history. The tragedy was a senseless and needless carnage of the innocents. To all intents and purposes Germany in January / February 1945 was defeated and unable to defend itself.

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TOURISM CATASTROPHE HITS EUROPE

Tourism in Greece and Turkey has been ravaged by the refugee crisis and deadly terrorist attacks, damaging a crucial source of revenue in both countries.
This summer, the tourism industries of both countries have been put under enormous pressure. According to Turkey’s ministry of tourism data, approximately 41% less tourists visited the country compared to the same month last year.

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