After all, had the Nazi regime won the war wouldn't we have a whole different truth to contend with? Wouldn't we all now be speaking German? There wouldn't even be a Middle-Eastern problem as there would be no Israel! The "bad" guys/"good" guys would be different players to the ones we have now. And we'd be fed a different take on history - equally as false as the one we have now.
I also began to wonder why the Holocaust is a trademark Jewish symbol when Jews weren't even the main victims of the Nazi regime as far as death figures are concerned.
Did you know that near 7 million Ukrainians were killed by the Nazi regime as well as 3.3 million Russian POWs and another 2 million Russian civillians (5.3 million altogether), 3 million Poles, 1.5 million Yugoslavs, 200,000-500,000 Gypsies, 250,000 mentally disabled, tens of thousands of Homosexuals, as well as members of the clergy, communists, Czechs, deportees, Greeks, Serbs, socialists and others...
The Jewish 6 million figure casualty is just a portion of the TOTAL casualties and yet the Holocaust is remembered as a crime against Jews/humanity, overshadowing the forgotten millions of non-Jews (in other words, the majority of victims).
The photograph above features the other side of History. The one that did not come into play when the Nazi regime crumbled. The children featured are the Lebensborn (meaning Foundain of Life) children being bred to further the Aryan race and become the next generation of the Nazi elite. To be accepted into the Lebensborn programmes, women who were blonde-haired, blue-eyed and had characteristics required to breed Aryan children met with high SS officials. Following the war, the programme was abandoned, the children were placed in orphanages and the hate of the war was taken out on these young innocents who were to have been the elite had the results been different. Strange how history has two sides and so many different angles. Isn't it?