>>28300>How does it "affirm the idea of it being a Nazi false-flag"
By literally confirming the fact of German bullets found at the site by allied investigations. >You've already seemingly moved away from Göbbels "admitting" it was.
What? How? He admitted to German bullets at the site. >If you want to go into other aspects of Katyn
I don't WANT to since this is neither the thread for it, nor the board; I will simply address your arguments. >arguing that German bullets meant the Soviets couldn't possibly have carried it out
1) Occam's' Razor
2) The lack of German ammunition in Soviet hands to have committed said execution
3) The lack of motivation to use German bullets, as that implies some 4D chess of the Soviets somehow knowing that they would lose those territories to the Germans ahead of time, when it would be simply much easier to just declare them enemies of the people and be done with them.
The timeframe of the execution using supposed German bullets makes no sense, nor the scale as the method of execution and sheer number of bullets would require a lengthy amount of time and a large amount of bullets, which makes it almost physically impossible for the USSR to have committed the executions.
All this simply from the basic information one can interpret from just the bullets found at the site. This is not including other evidence from eye-witnesses, to the actual decomposition of the corpses, letters and papers on the bodies dating to 1940 and 1941 which automatically means that at least a portion of the executions occurred after the USSR lost territory to the Germans and that the "evidence" of Soviet guilt was proven to be fraudulent fakes and more. >I'm not aware of FDR having any special insight into Katyn
He was made aware of the situation as it was a massive propaganda move by Nazi Germany, as they 'uncovered' the bodies and immediately accused the USSR. Such a controversy would impact the alliance and so FDR would be made aware of the situation. He recognized it for what it was - a provocation to divide Allied unity with the USSR. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.