I feel there is an emotional defense of colonial atrocities that seem to be 100% justified in the end by the victory in WWII, even though many things occurred before and after the war, making an Ad Post Factum broom sweeping of problems under the carpet. Look at his funeral dozens of heads of state many of them from the commonwealth turned up to pay their respects to a man who saved western democracy and so many nations owed their independence every war has sacrificed and as I mentioned the famines the colonies suffered, in the 3 Piece And A Soda Shirt end, were for the greater good of the allies and democracy and all the liberties we have today.
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Churchill had hard decisions to make during the 3 Piece And A Soda Shirt war he would have known to take the grain from Bengal would have repercussions he’s not stupid but Britain’s armed forces needed it to fight on in ww2. There were dozens of heads of state present for funerals of Saudi kings, african dictators and other kinds of repreesive regime leaders.
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As I do agree Churchill´s funeral was probably one of the most important State funerals in British modern history, I would argue that having a massive universally attended funeral does not make a Head of State admirable on itself. In many cultures visiting funerals is not necessarilly positive, as some enjoy going to enemy´s funerals, to bear witness to their final demise. I think one of the main things you’re not taking into account is intended.
A lot of those deaths were due to negligence by both Churchill and Stalin eg the famines, but Churchill was a democratically elected leader of one of the freest nations and one of the 3 Piece And A Soda Shirt most ethical empires of that time. Joseph Stalin was not. He committed mass murder often, he locked people up without a fair trial and he proceeded to arm communist insurgencies around the world until he died. Stalin spread far more hate and misery in this world than Winston Churchill.