Every now and then, I run across something on the internet which is a must-read for everyone. Jacob G. Hornberger's "Repatriation — The Dark Side of World War II" is one of those must-read items.
I am currently working to verify some of the horrific claims of this article, including the executions of 2 million Russian POWs returned to Stalin, as well as the continued detention in gulags by Stalin of 50,000 Allied POWs.
With friends like Stalin, we didn't need enemies.
UPDATE: Silly me. I did a Google search on repatriation +"World War II" +stalin and got over 37,000 hits. After I checked a few of the websites, this looks VERY legitimate.
I think Patton was right. We should have attacked the Soviet Union immediately after World War II.