About of rapes:
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Estimates of the number of raped:
Estimates of the number of women raped range from tens of thousands to two million. German historian Miriam Gebhardt leads estimate that US soldiers raped nearly 190 thousand women at the end of the Second World War. D. Herzog agrees with the view that in the eastern zone of occupation were "of one to two million of rapes" soldiers of the Soviet Army.
Irish journalist Cornelius Guan in his book Â«The Last BattleÂ» claimed that the estimated doctors, with whom he said have been raped in Berlin from 20 000 to 100 000 women.
The American journal Â«OctoberÂ» in 1995 in an article by Professor Atina Grossmann Â«A Question of Silence: The Rape of German Women by Occupation SoldiersÂ» reported the details of how these numbers were derived. According to her, despite the collapse of the Nazi state, the health care system continued to function. In Berlin, a doctor with the consent of the Protestant churches did to clients - victims of rape, abortions are free. All that was required of women - is to provide written evidence of its signature (affidavit). Such evidence has been obtained to Berlin from 20 000 to 100 000 (the researchers admit that some of them - false). The article says Grossmann uniformity of all these "evidence" - the rapists they mostly described as "Asian or Mongolian type."
Number of 1.9 million across the occupied territory were received feminists Yor and Zander Â«on the basis of Hochrechnungen (projections or estimations)Â» - that is, extrapolation and estimation.
Measures of the Soviet command to combat violence and looting
In an article published in the English language book describes the fact of decisive intervention of the Soviet command to stop the abuse of German women and children, namely, the three men were hanged in front of part of the violence against the Germans.
In the four years of war and occupation by the Soviet Union lost over twenty million people were killed at the front, shot and tortured in captivity, killed in bombing and shelling of Soviet cities, slave labor and terror in the temporarily occupied territory. In the course of only one Berlin offensive Soviet troops lost more than 78 thousand. Killed and more than quarter of a million wounded. Death and deprivation during the war came to every Soviet family, and hate the soldiers and officers who joined with bloody battles on enemy territory, was boundless. According to the Russian historian and president of the Association of Historians of the Second World War OA Rzheshevsky, failed to prevent violence, but it still was kept, but with the passage of time and minimized.
April 20, 1945 was issued a directive of the Supreme Command commander and members of the military council of the 1st Byelorussian and the 1st Ukrainian fronts number 11072 to change the attitude towards the German prisoners of war and civilians: