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Beevor - who was educated at Sandhurst and served in the 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own), an elite cavalry regiment - says details of the Soviet soldiers' behaviour have forced him to revise his view of human nature."Having always in the past slightly pooh-poohed the idea that most men are potential rapists, I had to come to the conclusion that if there is a lack of army discipline, most men with a weapon, dehumanised by living through two or three years of war, do become potential rapists," he told The Bookseller.
We never see your credit card or personal information.As for the millions of Russian prisoners or slave workers who survived the Nazis: those who were not executed as traitors or sent to the Gulag could count themselves lucky.The women among them were probably treated no better than the Germans, perhaps worse. It contributed to the unpopularity of the East German communist regime and its consequent reliance on the Stasi secret police.It was not until the winter of 1946-47 that the Soviet authorities, concerned by the spread of disease, imposed serious penalties on their forces in East Germany for fraternising with the enemy.Soviet soldiers saw rape, often carried out in front of a woman's husband and family, as an appropriate way of humiliating the Germans, who had treated Slavs as an inferior race with whom sexual relations were discouraged.Our video sections: Nude Beach, Beach Cabin, Locker Room, Upskirt, Spy Camera, WC, Shower Room.Our gallery sections: Amateur Pictures, Voyeur Sneaks, Hardcore Pictures.In many towns and villages every female, aged from 10 to 80, was raped.Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel laureate who was then a young officer, described the horror in his narrative poem Prussian Nights: "The little daughter's on the mattress,/Dead."In many ways the fate of the women and the girls in Berlin is far worse than that of the soldiers starving and suffering in Stalingrad."To understand why the rape of Germany was so uniquely terrible, the context is essential.Operation Barbarossa, the Nazi invasion of Russia in 1941, began the most genocidal conflict in history.