The Horrifying Nazi Siege Where People Starved To The Point Of Eating Their Own Kids!
> The Horrifying Nazi Siege Where People Starved To The Point Of Eating Their Own Kids!
Leningrad (modern-day Saint Petersburg) witnessed an awful humanitarian plight during the WWII. The people in the city starved, ate cats, sawdust, wallpaper paste, and even their own families.
The siege went on for 900 days, as Nazis set out to starve them into submission.
Some say human flesh is the most delicious one.
But how about the cases in history, when people resorted to first murder and then cannibalism as the last hope to not starve to death?
It was during the WWII.
The people of Leningrad, where hundreds of people died during the siege, had to face an even sadder truth after the siege.
A mother who fed three of her four children by killing the youngest one...
Soviet troops, who took over the city once the siege was over, did not tolerate cannibalism once they heard about it.
However, when the number of people to be killed turned out to be almost 3,000, they had to classify them.
Murderers were executed right away.
We cannot possibly understand what happened in Leningrad with our current mind set.
For example, while some people starve after a ship or plane accident and start eating each others reject the idea at first, they accept it as a natural part of life.
Because they are superior people, just as their instincts tell them, they have sacrificed and eaten an entity with a neocortex.
That individual tries to prove to the world that their existence is superior to that of others.