Would they have celebrated if they knew this was the future they fought for?

Upon the defeat of Germany, celebrations erupted throughout the western world. From Moscow to Los Angeles, people celebrated.

In the United Kingdom, more than one million people celebrated in the streets to mark the end of the European part of the war. In London, crowds massed in Trafalgar Square and up the Mall to Buckingham Palace, where King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, accompanied by Prime Minister Winston Churchill, appeared on the balcony of the palace before the cheering crowds. Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) and her sister Princess Margaret were allowed to wander incognito among the crowds and take part in the celebrations.[6][7]

In the United States, the victory happened on President Harry Truman‘s 61st birthday.[8] He dedicated the victory to the memory of his predecessor, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who had died of a cerebral hemorrhage less than a month earlier, on 12 April.[9] Flags remained at half-staff for the remainder of the 30-day mourning period.[10][11] Truman said of dedicating the victory to Roosevelt’s memory and keeping the flags at half-staff that his only wish was “that Franklin D. Roosevelt had lived to witness this day.”[9] Later that day, Truman said that the victory made it his most enjoyable birthday.[8]

Massive celebrations also took place in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and especially in New York‘s Times Square.[12]


Would they have celebrated if they knew this was the future they fought for? Jailing people like an 88 year old Grandmother for two years for questioning the Holocaust. This amounts to a death sentence for a victimless crime.

In 2015, Ursula Haverbeck made history in a defiant interview in which she threw down the gauntlet to the biggest taboo of our times. Revisionism . . . on German TV! A seismic event.

Update: Ursula Haverbeck has been convicted again as of 16 October 2017. This jail sentence is 6 months and is now under appeal like her two previous convictions. While she has not served any jail time yet, she is in effect living under house arrest when not in the court room. This is obviously costing the German taxpayer a fortune!



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Was Germany’s War Really Our War?