Fidel, Ché and the post 1959 Executions
Execution Of Nazi Collaborators In France - 1945 5/25/2016 LiveLeak: "Here
we see the execution of three men who disgraced their country and took up arms
with the Nazi army after their invasion, they are tried and convicted of
inhumane torture of enemy prisoners and executed by firing squad."
Graphic monochrome images from a liberated Denmark show how kidnap squads hunted down and abused women who had slept with Germans at the end of WWII 4/17/2014 Daily Mail: "Such was the hatred of those who sided with the Nazis that capital punishment, which had been abolished in Denmark in 1930, was reinstated between 1945 and 1950 in order to execute 46 Nazi collaborators."
Massacre in Czechoslovakia - Newly Discovered Film Shows Post-War Executions 6/2/2010 Spiegel: "Following Nazi Germany's defeat, the Czechs and the Red Army expelled around 3 million ethnic Germans from the Sudetenland and the rest of Czechoslovakia. In the process, up to 30,000 civilians fell victim to acts of revenge."
Vichy on Trial 10/16/1997 NYT: "At the close of the war, France punished many Nazi collaborators: 9,000 were summarily executed during the liberation campaign, 1,500 were executed after a trial, and 40,000 were sentenced to prison."
German saboteurs executed in Washington, 1942, History.com
True Picture of Batista Regime's Atrocities in Cuba 2/23/1959 Spokane Daily
Batista Henchmen Face Firing Squads 1/15/1959 Stanford Daily
Revolutionary Road: Navigating Fidel Castro’s Polarizing Legacy 12/2/2016 The Root: An extensive article featuring an interview with AfroCubaWeb columnist Alberto Jones. Touches on Cuban and Black Cuban relations with Black Americans, as well as the justified execution of Batista torturers and murderers.
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