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PROFESSIONAL KILLERS (SOLDIERS) BEFORE THE BATTLE OF VERDUN IN 1916
The vast area around the French city of Verdun remains suspended in the year 1916. During the First World War, these hills and gorges were cratered by a continuous ten-month-long artillery bombardment more intense than any before and any since. The mature beech forests that cover the hills were home to some of the Great War’s most bitter fighting; as many as 150 shells fell for every square meter of this battlefield. As well as being the longest battle of the Great War, the Battle of Verdun also has the ignominy of being the first test of modern industrialized slaughter.
Over 60 million shells were fired into this area between February 21 and December 18, 1916, killing 305,440 men out of 708,777 casualties.
Research has proven that Rothschild bankers, and other war profiteers, financed the building of weapons for every war since the Napoleonic wars (1803–1815).
20 million Military deaths (world total) in World War II
30 million Civilian deaths (world total) in World War II
8.6 million Military deaths (world total) in World War I
6.5 million Civilian deaths (world total) in World War I
9.1 million Casualties in the Vietnam War
2.5 million Casualties (all sides) in the Korean War
HOW MUCH MONEY DO THE ROTHSCHILD BANKERS AND OTHER WAR CRIMINAL PROFITEERS MAKE FOR EACH DEAD BODY?