Stalin’s Order #0428 – A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words… is it Really?

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Order # 0428 – the ‘Torch-Men-Order’


Many ask, “How can [so-called] ‘Holocaust Deniers’ and Revisionists, deny the photographic evidence of German Soldiers killing civilians?”
The so-called, proof in pictures…

What is Order #0428 – commonly known as?
‘Torch-Men-Order’
[now confirmed by todays Russian Government]

Stalin’s Order #0428, commanded on the 17th November 1941, declared that Partisans wearing German uniforms, particularly those of the Waffen-SS, were to destroy all settlements within a swathe of about 40 – 60 km depth from the main battle lines and to ruthlessly kill the civilian population. With these tactics it was important to leave a few survivors, who would report the staged “German Atrocities.”
This method of warfare was also confirmed by German soldiers who captured many Jewish-Russian Partisans wearing German uniforms.

Almost daily, reports were being issued by the media, that the German forces advanced with the declared politics and aim of a “Scorched…

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3 thoughts on “Stalin’s Order #0428 – A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words… is it Really?”

  1. Needless to say, we do not ever see that in the history texts in high school or college. All evil actions were done by those evil Germans, and the Allies were so noble, virtuous and chivalrous as they saved the world for the bankers in the West, and for the commies in the East.

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