March 31, 2017 by  Santiago Alvarez  |  The Barnes Review (March/April 2013) 43 view

It is finally coming to light: The Allies used extremely brutal torture against their German prisoners, not just during the war, but afterward, to force them to provide fraudulent confessions to crimes they never committed—all to get convictions at war crime trials. The subject is well known to Revisionists, but the facts have been suppressed by the mainstream for more than 65 years and few people outside of this circle are aware of it. Recently, a British daily newspaper openly discussed the subject. That article has created quite a controversy. While the Brit press should be commended for its work, in this article TBR tries to set the entire historical record straight in regard to these hidden Allied crimes.  Read More