When citing the decision not to bomb the rail lines to the death camp you prove my point. Oberkommando der Wehrmacht wanted rail transports to Auschwitz stopped on the grounds that they were using too much scarce rail capacity, harming their military effort on the Eastern Front. Is it your position that the Allies should have taken an action which would help German military efforts and lengthened the war? Was it our duty to save Eastern European civilians or our own people?
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