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I would venture you would get the same response if you were to ask the subjects of the WW1 German Colonies about their experiences. What does that prove?PA. Dutchman wrote: I have never met a competitor from any former British Colony that had anything good to say about having been colony of England.
Would that be because one country was stopped from carrying out it's plan to eliminate an entire race/population by a military defeat. What if they had won instead?Hans wrote:Whilst WWII was indeed a dreadful event for both sides of the equation, not a single race or people were eliminated by its end..
I think I know where you are coming from but in-case someone else missed this there are NO original Tasmanian Aborigines, none survive today. The British paid a bounty for the head of every Tasmania Aboriginal, some English settles had huge displays of the beheaded natives heads. It was sport and and something to be proud of the more you collected.Hans wrote:Whilst WWII was indeed a dreadful event for both sides of the equation, not a single race or people were eliminated by its end. On the other hand, find me a full blood Tasmanian aboriginal.
I am not hinting anything.Hans wrote:
Are you therefore hinting that Britain was justified in exterminating the Tasmanian inhabitants - classified as vermin - simply because Britain was not defeated in its war against these people?