Diversity Macht Frei
May 10, 2019
Freedom isn’t free. For France, the price of liberation was paid by its women as a horde of raping negroes was unleashed upon the land, courtesy of Uncle Sam.
Here is what we know for certain. Between 14 June 1944 and 19 June 1945, the American army judged 68 case of ordinary rape involving 75 victims, 3 (4 %) of whom were refugees…. In total, 139 soldiers were present on the scenes of the crimes – 117 (84 %) of them were black and 22 (16 %) were white. The army judged 116 of these soldiers, 94 (81 %) black and 22 (19 %) white. The prosecution used some of the soldiers who were not sentenced as witnesses against the accused. One of the most important revelations concerned the military identity of the rapists.
To our surprise, the archives of the American military justice system reveal that the great majority of soldiers sentenced for rape in France were not front-line combatants but members of logistical support units, i.e. soldiers responsible for providing the front-line soldiers with ammunition, food, fuel and spare parts.
Source: L’armée américaine et les viols en France Juin 1944-mai 1945 by J. Lilly et François Le Roy, Vingtième Siècle. Revue d’histoire 2002/3 (no 75), pages 109 to 121