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一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

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一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

一位名叫本杰明的美军军医,击毙过98名日军,却因为其行为不符合医生的天职而遭到无视,不仅没有授予勋章,反而被日内瓦公约组织点名批评——医护人员无权杀人,只能救人。“军医”这个职业,在战场上承担着救死扶伤的责任,但这是否就意味着他们不能同敌人厮杀呢?

想必很多人都会摇头,因为一名军医首先是一名军人,既然是军人,那么保家卫国、浴血杀敌自然是无可厚非的。

然而,在二战结束后,却出现了这样不可思议的一幕:一位名叫本杰明的美军军医,击毙过98名日军,却因为其行为不符合医生的天职而遭到无视,不仅没有授予勋章,反而被日内瓦公约组织点名批评——医护人员无权杀人,只能救人。

直到几十年后,本杰明行将90岁之际,他当年的事迹重新被挖掘了出来,才算得到了应有的待遇,由美国总统小布什亲自为他颁发了勋章。

至于这件往事究竟如何评判才算公允,暂且不论,咱先来看看本杰明是如何干掉98个日军的。

一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

本杰明·路易斯·萨洛蒙出生在威斯康星州密尔沃基的一个犹太人家庭,1937年从USC(南加大)牙科学院毕业并经营自己的牙科诊所

时间回到1942年,美日在太平洋战场上激战正酣,原本在家里开着牙医诊所的本杰明,正是在这个时候参军的。上级看他个头不高、力气不大,实在不是个打仗的料儿,索性让他干起了老本行,当了一名军医。

军医毕竟不像士兵那样冲锋陷阵,所以直到1944年6月之前,本杰明的日子还算太平,除了治病就是救人,根本不存在杀敌这回事。不过,1944年6月塞班岛战役的打响,彻底改变了他的人生。

一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

说到塞班岛战役,熟悉二战历史的人怕是会惊得一颤,的确,这场号称“太平洋战场上最惨烈一战”的战役,留给世人的只剩下无尽的阴影。尽管败局已定,然而日本人依旧在坚持着最后的疯狂,甚至不惜采用自杀式袭击来阻挡美军前进,毫无疑问,美军的每一次挺进都付出了巨大的代价。

一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

为了及时处理源源不断的伤亡人员,美军被迫把战时医院建立在靠近前线的地方。据说,最近的一次仅仅距离战壕50米,可谓“士兵屁股后面就是担架”。而作为军医的本杰明,正是身处其中的一员。

可想而知,这样近距离设置救治点,虽然节省了时间,但是也把救护人员放到了饿狼的嘴边,一旦战线不稳,整个医院都要跟着遭殃。随着战斗 的深入,即将失败的日军发动自杀式反冲锋,美军损失惨重。由于为了及时抢救伤员,战地医院距离前线只有50米。

在本杰明的帐篷里,有30多名伤兵。反突击的日军不断逼近,甚至已经渗透到救护站。事实也证明了这一点,杀红了眼的日军突入医院后,不光是滥杀美军伤病员,就连医护人员也没有放过。日军的暴行彻底激怒了本杰明,尽管医生的天职是救人,但是面对这样一群无药可救的恶魔,还谈什么菩萨心肠呢!

一名日军冲进来,看到躺了一地的美军伤兵,立刻用刺刀捅死一个,而日内瓦公约规定伤兵应受到接待班杰明火大了,拿起身边的步枪就干掉了三个日本兵。随后立刻命令工作人员立刻疏散伤员,他自己一人带着一挺机枪和整箱的弹药去抵抗。

凭着一腔热血,朝着正在作恶的日军就是一顿疯狂扫射。当然了,毫无作战经验的本杰明很快就被日军压制住了,他拿着机枪与日军对射,并且身中数枪,昏死过去。

一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

幸运的是,尽管一身枪眼,但是当美军杀回来发现本杰明的时候,他前面倒下了98名日军的尸体。本杰明依然有微弱的呼吸,经过一番抢救之后幸存了下来。

您觉得本杰明是应该受到嘉奖还是惩罚呢?按常理来说,毫无人性的日军在疯狂屠杀自己的战友,甚至是医护人员,自己拿起枪来自卫,天经地义,根本没有错。但是,《日内瓦公约》却不这么认为。

《日内瓦公约》明确规定:在战争中,不得攻击对方的医护人员,同样,医护人员也不得向对方发起攻击。

应该说,这个规定是有一定道理的,保护了医护人员不受侵犯。但是,现在的情况是日军首先违背了公约,肆意攻击医护人员,本杰明被迫反抗,怎么能说是错的呢?

好吧,做好人总是要受限制,挨了打也不能还手,总之,本杰明不但没有得到任何奖赏,反而因“违反了军医的天职”而受到了批评。

直到50多年后,本杰明的事迹被翻了出来,人们开始重新审视他的行为,本杰明这才成为人们眼中的英雄,并由当时的美国总统小布什,亲自给他的后人颁发了荣誉勋章。

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      日内瓦条约对于日本人来说连厕所里的纸都比不上。

      2018/6/1 8:32:45

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      瞎编出来的故事。他怎么能打死98个?他一开枪,打倒前面的,后面的人就会卧倒,怎么会站着不动由他扫射?
      维基百科认为医生当时就战死了

      Wikipedia]

      维基百科[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/ ]

      Benjamin Lewis Salomon (September 1, 1914 – July 7, 1944) was a United States Army dentist during World War II, assigned as a front-line surgeon. When the Japanese started overrunning his hospital, he stood a rear-guard action in which he had no hope of personal survival, allowing the safe evacuation of the wounded, killing at least 98 enemy troops before being killed himself during the Battle of Saipan. In 2002, Salomon posthumously received the Medal of Honor. He is one of only three dental officers to have received the medal, the others being Alexander Gordon Lyle and Weedon Osborne.[1][2]

      本杰明·刘易斯·所罗门(1914年9月1日 - 1944年7月7日)是第二次世界大战期间的美国陆军牙医,被指派为前线外科医生。当日本人开始强行进入他的医院时,他进行了一次他没有个人生存希望的后卫行动,允许其他伤员安全撤离,至少杀死98名敌军,然后在交火中被杀。 2002年,所罗门被追授荣誉勋章。他是获得奖牌的三名牙科官员之一,其他人是亚历山大·戈登·莱尔和威登·奥斯本。[1] [2]

      Biography

      Salomon was born into a Jewish family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 1, 1914. He was an Eagle Scout, one of nine who were awarded the Medal of Honor.[3] He graduated from Shorewood High School and attended Marquette University, before transferring to the University of Southern California, where he completed his undergraduate degree. He graduated from the USC Dental School in 1937 and began a dental practice.

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      1914年9月1日,所罗门出生在威斯康星州密尔沃基的一个犹太人家庭。他曾是一个鹰童子军学员,是获得荣誉勋章的九名中的一员。他毕业于Shorewood高中并就读马凯特大学,之后转到南加州大学完成他的本科学位。他于1937年从USC牙科学院毕业并开始牙科诊所开业。[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/post_13075157_1.html/ ][ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/post_13075157_1.html/ ]

      In 1940, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and began his military service as an infantry private, qualifying expert in rifle and pistol. In 1942, he was notified that he would become an officer in the Army Dental Corps and was commissioned a first lieutenant. In August 14, 1942, the 102nd Infantry Regt. commanding officer declared him the unit's "best all around soldier". In May 1943, he was serving as the regimental dental officer of the 105th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division. He was promoted to the rank of captain in 1944.[2]

      1940年,他被征入美国陆军,并开始服他的兵役,作为一名步兵个人,资格的步枪和手枪专家。 1942年,他被通知他将成为陆军牙科部门做一名军官,并受委任为一名中尉。 1942年8月14日,第102步兵团。指挥官宣布他是该单位的“全能士兵”。 1943年5月,他担任第27步兵师第105步兵团牙科医官。他在1944年晋升为上尉。[

      In June 1944, Salomon saw his first combat — going ashore on Saipan with the 105th Infantry. With little dental work to do during active combat, Salomon volunteered to replace the 2nd Battalion's surgeon, who had been wounded. As the 2nd Battalion advanced, casualties were high. On July 7, Salomon's aid station was set up only 50 yards behind the forward foxhole line. Fighting was heavy and a major Japanese assault soon overran the perimeter, then the aid station. Salomon was able to kill the enemy that entered the hospital tent and ordered the wounded to be evacuated, while he stayed to cover their withdrawal.[2]

      1944年6月,所罗门看到了他的第一次战斗 - 第105步兵师在塞班岛上岸。由于在高需求的战斗,牙科需求工作低,所罗门自愿替换受伤的第2营的外科医生。随着第2营的进攻,伤亡人数很高。 7月7日,所罗门的援助站在距离前方火线仅50码处建立。战斗非常激烈,日本的一次重大袭击很快佔领了美军前线地区,然后就是援助站。所罗门杀死进入医院帐篷的敌人,并命令其他伤员撤离,而他留下来掩护其他人的撤离。[2]

      When an Army team returned to the site days later, Salomon's body was found slumped over a machine gun, with the bodies of 98 enemy troops piled up in front of his position. His body had 76 bullet wounds and many bayonet wounds, up to 24 of which may have been received while he was still alive.[2][4]

      几天后,当一支美国军队返回现场时,所罗门的尸体覆盖着他的机枪,98名敌军的尸体堆积在他的位置前。他的身体有76颗子弹伤口和许多刺刀伤口,其中24次射杀可能发生在他还活着时候。[[ 转自铁血社区 http://www.tiexue.net/ ][ 转自铁血社区 http://www.tiexue.net/ ]

      Medal of Honor recognitionCapt. Edmund G. Love, the 27th Division historian, was a part of the team that found Salomon’s body. At the request of Brig. Gen. Ogden J. Ross, the assistant commander of the 27th Division, Love gathered eyewitness accounts and prepared a recommendation for the Medal of Honor for Salomon.

      荣誉奖章表彰第27师历史学家埃德蒙·G·洛夫上尉是发现所罗门尸体的团队成员之一。应指挥官奥格登·罗斯少将的要求,27师副师长罗夫搜集目击者的记录,并准备为所罗门的荣誉勋章提出建议。

      The recommendation was returned by Maj. Gen. George W. Griner, the commanding general of the 27th Division. Officially, Griner declined to approve the award because Salomon was “in the medical service and wore a Red Cross brassard upon his arm. Under the rules of the Geneva Convention, to which the United States subscribes, no medical officer can bear arms against the enemy.”[2] However, the guideline for awarding the Medal of Honor to medical non-combatants states that one may not receive the Medal of Honor for actions in an “offensive”. More recent interpretations of the Convention, as well as the US Laws of Land Warfare,[5] allow use of personal weapons (i.e., rifles and pistols) in self-defense or in defense of patients and staff, as long as the medical soldier does not wear the Red Cross. Part of the problem in Salomon’s citation was that a machine gun is considered a “crew-served”, not an individual weapon.

      这项建议是由第27师的指挥官乔治W.格里纳少将回复的。格林纳正式拒绝批准该奖项,因为所罗门“在医疗服务中,手臂上戴着红十字会标记??。根据美国签署的“日内瓦公约”规定,医务人员不得携带武器对付敌人。“[2]然而,向医疗非战斗员颁发荣誉勋章的指引原则规定,不得授荣誉勋章给予有“攻击”行动的医疗非战斗人员。最近对“日内瓦公约”的解释以及美国的“陆战法”[5],祗这些人允许使用个人武器(即步枪和手枪)进行自卫或保护患者和工作人员,只要医疗士兵不穿红十字会标志。所罗门引起的部分问题是机枪被认为是“多人用的”武器,而不是件单兵的武器。

      In 1998, the recommendation was re-submitted by Dr. Robert West (USC Dental School) through Congressman Brad Sherman,[7] with the support of Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sculley, new chief of the Army Dental Corps.[8] Finally, on May 1, 2002, President George W. Bush presented Salomon’s Medal of Honor to Dr. West.[9] West then presented the Medal to Sculley for permanent placement in the Army Medical Department Museum in San Antonio, Texas.[8][2] A replica of Salomon’s Medal of Honor is displayed at the USC Dental School.[8][10] The Army Medical Department, at this point, was supportive

      1998年,这项建议由威斯特博士(USC牙科学院)通过国会议员Brad Sherman [7]在陆军牙科军团新任首席执行官Patrick D. Sculley的支持下重新提交[8]。 ]最后,2002年5月1日,乔治·W·布什总统向威斯特博士颁发了所罗门的荣誉勋章。[9]韦斯特随后向斯库利颁发了勋章,以便在德克萨斯州圣安东尼奥的陆军医学博物馆永久安置。[8] [2]所罗门勋章的复制品在USC牙科学院展出。[8] [10]陆军医务部在这一点上是支持的[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/ ]

      2018/7/25 4:01:35
      • 军衔:空军上校
      • 军号:467212
      • 工分:200936 / 排名:7565
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      瞎编出来的故事。他怎么能打死98个?他一开枪,打倒前面的,后面的人就会卧倒,怎么会站着不动由他扫射?

      2018/7/5 9:44:31
      • 军衔:空军上校
      • 军号:467212
      • 工分:200936 / 排名:7565
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      瞎编出来的故事。他怎么能打死98个?他一开枪,打倒前面的,后面的人就会卧倒,怎么会站着不动由他扫射?

      2018/7/5 9:44:31
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      公道不在人心,在千秋。

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      2018/7/3 7:28:37
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      为啥不多杀一些

      2018/6/16 13:47:24
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      你们不懂!这是佛心啊!以大慈大悲之菩萨心,渡倭人之魔障。

      2018/6/14 13:46:13
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      怎么证明98名日军是他一人杀得呢

      2018/6/14 10:27:18
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      和杀人犯讲文明,才是可笑!!!!!条约有谁遵守?????

      2018/6/10 15:01:42
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      • 军号:229
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      死了的日本人,才是好的日本人, 一个美国人说的。

      2018/6/6 15:43:24
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      武器太重要:有一挺机枪在手,就可“以一敌百”

      2018/6/5 13:11:29
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      武器太重要:有一挺机枪在手,就可“以一敌百”

      2018/6/5 13:11:29
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      《日内瓦公约》就是一纸空文,你能制止战争和侵略吗?再说了,日本鬼子就不是人,和他们扯这些没用。

      2018/6/4 9:43:20
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      让日内瓦公约组织的大老爷们拿着公约去和正在作恶的日本说呀·

      2018/6/3 20:17:55
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      谁信谁傻,谁傻谁信。
      维基百科认为医生当时就战死了

      Wikipedia] 维基百科[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/ ]

      Benjamin Lewis Salomon (September 1, 1914 – July 7, 1944) was a United States Army dentist during World War II, assigned as a front-line surgeon. When the Japanese started overrunning his hospital, he stood a rear-guard action in which he had no hope of personal survival, allowing the safe evacuation of the wounded, killing at least 98 enemy troops before being killed himself during the Battle of Saipan. In 2002, Salomon posthumously received the Medal of Honor. He is one of only three dental officers to have received the medal, the others being Alexander Gordon Lyle and Weedon Osborne.[1][2]

      本杰明·刘易斯·所罗门(1914年9月1日 - 1944年7月7日)是第二次世界大战期间的美国陆军牙医,被指派为前线外科医生。当日本人开始强行进入他的医院时,他进行了一次他没有个人生存希望的后卫行动,允许其他伤员安全撤离,至少杀死98名敌军,然后在交火中被杀。 2002年,所罗门被追授荣誉勋章。他是获得奖牌的三名牙科官员之一,其他人是亚历山大·戈登·莱尔和威登·奥斯本。[1] [2]

      Biography

      Salomon was born into a Jewish family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 1, 1914. He was an Eagle Scout, one of nine who were awarded the Medal of Honor.[3] He graduated from Shorewood High School and attended Marquette University, before transferring to the University of Southern California, where he completed his undergraduate degree. He graduated from the USC Dental School in 1937 and began a dental practice.

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      1914年9月1日,所罗门出生在威斯康星州密尔沃基的一个犹太人家庭。他曾是一个鹰童子军,是获得荣誉勋章的九名中的一员。他毕业于Shorewood高中并就读马凯特大学,之后转到南加州大学完成他的本科学位。他于1937年从USC牙科学院毕业并开始牙科诊所开业。[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/post_13075157_1.html/ ]

      In 1940, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and began his military service as an infantry private, qualifying expert in rifle and pistol. In 1942, he was notified that he would become an officer in the Army Dental Corps and was commissioned a first lieutenant. In August 14, 1942, the 102nd Infantry Regt. commanding officer declared him the unit's "best all around soldier". In May 1943, he was serving as the regimental dental officer of the 105th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division. He was promoted to the rank of captain in 1944.[2]

      1940年,他被征入美国陆军,并开始服他的兵役,作为一名步兵个人,资格的步枪和手枪专家。 1942年,他被通知他将成为陆军牙科部门做一名军官,并受委任为一名中尉。 1942年8月14日,第102步兵团。指挥官宣布他是该单位的“全能士兵”。 1943年5月,他担任第27步兵师第105步兵团牙科医官。他在1944年晋升为上尉。[

      In June 1944, Salomon saw his first combat — going ashore on Saipan with the 105th Infantry. With little dental work to do during active combat, Salomon volunteered to replace the 2nd Battalion's surgeon, who had been wounded. As the 2nd Battalion advanced, casualties were high. On July 7, Salomon's aid station was set up only 50 yards behind the forward foxhole line. Fighting was heavy and a major Japanese assault soon overran the perimeter, then the aid station. Salomon was able to kill the enemy that entered the hospital tent and ordered the wounded to be evacuated, while he stayed to cover their withdrawal.[2]

      1944年6月,所罗门看到了他的第一次战斗 - 第105步兵师在塞班岛上岸。由于在高需求的战斗,牙科需求工作低,所罗门自愿替换受伤的第2营的外科医生。随着第2营的进攻,伤亡人数很高。 7月7日,所罗门的援助站在距离前方火线仅50码处建立。战斗非常激烈,日本的一次重大袭击很快佔领了美军前线地区,然后就是援助站。所罗门杀死进入医院帐篷的敌人,并命令其他伤员撤离,而他留下来掩护其他人的撤离。[2]

      When an Army team returned to the site days later, Salomon's body was found slumped over a machine gun, with the bodies of 98 enemy troops piled up in front of his position. His body had 76 bullet wounds and many bayonet wounds, up to 24 of which may have been received while he was still alive.[2][4]

      几天后,当一支美国军队返回现场时,所罗门的尸体覆盖着他的机枪,98名敌军的尸体堆积在他的位置前。他的身体有76颗子弹伤口和许多刺刀伤口,其中24次射杀可能发生在他还活着时候。[[ 转自铁血社区 http://www.tiexue.net/ ]

      Medal of Honor recognitionCapt. Edmund G. Love, the 27th Division historian, was a part of the team that found Salomon’s body. At the request of Brig. Gen. Ogden J. Ross, the assistant commander of the 27th Division, Love gathered eyewitness accounts and prepared a recommendation for the Medal of Honor for Salomon.

      荣誉奖章表彰第27师历史学家埃德蒙·G·洛夫上尉是发现所罗门尸体的团队成员之一。应指挥官奥格登·罗斯少将的要求,27师副师长罗夫搜集目击者的记录,并准备为所罗门的荣誉勋章提出建议。

      The recommendation was returned by Maj. Gen. George W. Griner, the commanding general of the 27th Division. Officially, Griner declined to approve the award because Salomon was “in the medical service and wore a Red Cross brassard upon his arm. Under the rules of the Geneva Convention, to which the United States subscribes, no medical officer can bear arms against the enemy.”[2] However, the guideline for awarding the Medal of Honor to medical non-combatants states that one may not receive the Medal of Honor for actions in an “offensive”. More recent interpretations of the Convention, as well as the US Laws of Land Warfare,[5] allow use of personal weapons (i.e., rifles and pistols) in self-defense or in defense of patients and staff, as long as the medical soldier does not wear the Red Cross. Part of the problem in Salomon’s citation was that a machine gun is considered a “crew-served”, not an individual weapon.

      这项建议是由第27师的指挥官乔治W.格里纳少将回复的。格林纳正式拒绝批准该奖项,因为所罗门“在医疗服务中,手臂上戴着红十字会标记??。根据美国签署的“日内瓦公约”规定,医务人员不得携带武器对付敌人。“[2]然而,向医疗非战斗员颁发荣誉勋章的指引原则规定,不得授荣誉勋章给予有“攻击”行动的医疗非战斗人员。最近对“日内瓦公约”的解释以及美国的“陆战法”[5],祗这些人允许使用个人武器(即步枪和手枪)进行自卫或保护患者和工作人员,只要医疗士兵不穿红十字会标志。所罗门引起的部分问题是机枪被认为是“多人用的”武器,而不是件单兵的武器。

      In 1998, the recommendation was re-submitted by Dr. Robert West (USC Dental School) through Congressman Brad Sherman,[7] with the support of Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sculley, new chief of the Army Dental Corps.[8] Finally, on May 1, 2002, President George W. Bush presented Salomon’s Medal of Honor to Dr. West.[9] West then presented the Medal to Sculley for permanent placement in the Army Medical Department Museum in San Antonio, Texas.[8][2] A replica of Salomon’s Medal of Honor is displayed at the USC Dental School.[8][10] The Army Medical Department, at this point, was supportive

      1998年,这项建议由威斯特博士(USC牙科学院)通过国会议员Brad Sherman [7]在陆军牙科军团新任首席执行官Patrick D. Sculley的支持下重新提交[8]。 ]最后,2002年5月1日,乔治·W·布什总统向威斯特博士颁发了所罗门的荣誉勋章。[9]韦斯特随后向斯库利颁发了勋章,以便在德克萨斯州圣安东尼奥的陆军医学博物馆永久安置。[8] [2]所罗门勋章的复制品在USC牙科学院展出。[8] [10]陆军医务部在这一点上是支持的

      举报 打赏 顶一下(0) 回复2018/6/2 16:12:05

      兽面兔胆

      回复:一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

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      美@式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/ ]

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      兽面兔胆

      回复:一美军医塞班岛杀98个日军,战后却被批评无权杀人

      军号:8777384

      工分:9611

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      美@式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。[ 转自铁血社区 http://bbs.tiexue.net/post_13075157_1.ht

      2018/6/3 2:09:23
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      21楼 兽面兔胆
      美式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。
      你知道那年头的弹药,一枪能穿几个葫芦吗?

      2018/6/2 21:10:39
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      维基百科认为医生当时就战死了

      Wikipedia] 维基百科

      Benjamin Lewis Salomon (September 1, 1914 – July 7, 1944) was a United States Army dentist during World War II, assigned as a front-line surgeon. When the Japanese started overrunning his hospital, he stood a rear-guard action in which he had no hope of personal survival, allowing the safe evacuation of the wounded, killing at least 98 enemy troops before being killed himself during the Battle of Saipan. In 2002, Salomon posthumously received the Medal of Honor. He is one of only three dental officers to have received the medal, the others being Alexander Gordon Lyle and Weedon Osborne.[1][2]

      本杰明·刘易斯·所罗门(1914年9月1日 - 1944年7月7日)是第二次世界大战期间的美国陆军牙医,被指派为前线外科医生。当日本人开始强行进入他的医院时,他进行了一次他没有个人生存希望的后卫行动,允许其他伤员安全撤离,至少杀死98名敌军,然后在交火中被杀。 2002年,所罗门被追授荣誉勋章。他是获得奖牌的三名牙科官员之一,其他人是亚历山大·戈登·莱尔和威登·奥斯本。[1] [2]

      Biography

      Salomon was born into a Jewish family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 1, 1914. He was an Eagle Scout, one of nine who were awarded the Medal of Honor.[3] He graduated from Shorewood High School and attended Marquette University, before transferring to the University of Southern California, where he completed his undergraduate degree. He graduated from the USC Dental School in 1937 and began a dental practice.

      传记

      1914年9月1日,所罗门出生在威斯康星州密尔沃基的一个犹太人家庭。他曾是一个鹰童子军,是获得荣誉勋章的九名中的一员。他毕业于Shorewood高中并就读马凯特大学,之后转到南加州大学完成他的本科学位。他于1937年从USC牙科学院毕业并开始牙科诊所开业。

      In 1940, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and began his military service as an infantry private, qualifying expert in rifle and pistol. In 1942, he was notified that he would become an officer in the Army Dental Corps and was commissioned a first lieutenant. In August 14, 1942, the 102nd Infantry Regt. commanding officer declared him the unit's "best all around soldier". In May 1943, he was serving as the regimental dental officer of the 105th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division. He was promoted to the rank of captain in 1944.[2]

      1940年,他被选入美国陆军,并开始服他的兵役,作为一名步兵个人,资格的步枪和手枪专家。 1942年,他被通知他将成为陆军牙科部门做一名军官,并受委任为一名中尉。 1942年8月14日,第102步兵团。指挥官宣布他是该单位的“全能士兵”。 1943年5月,他担任第27步兵师第105步兵团牙科医官。他在1944年晋升为上尉。[

      In June 1944, Salomon saw his first combat — going ashore on Saipan with the 105th Infantry. With little dental work to do during active combat, Salomon volunteered to replace the 2nd Battalion's surgeon, who had been wounded. As the 2nd Battalion advanced, casualties were high. On July 7, Salomon's aid station was set up only 50 yards behind the forward foxhole line. Fighting was heavy and a major Japanese assault soon overran the perimeter, then the aid station. Salomon was able to kill the enemy that entered the hospital tent and ordered the wounded to be evacuated, while he stayed to cover their withdrawal.[2]

      1944年6月,所罗门看到了他的第一次战斗 - 第105步兵师在塞班岛上岸。由于在高需求的战斗,牙科需求工作低,所罗门自愿替换受伤的第2营的外科医生。随着第2营的进攻,伤亡人数很高。 7月7日,所罗门的援助站在距离前方火线仅50码处建立。战斗非常激烈,日本的一次重大袭击很快佔领了美军前线地区,然后就是援助站。所罗门杀死进入医院帐篷的敌人,并命令其他伤员撤离,而他留下来掩护其他人的撤离。[2]

      When an Army team returned to the site days later, Salomon's body was found slumped over a machine gun, with the bodies of 98 enemy troops piled up in front of his position. His body had 76 bullet wounds and many bayonet wounds, up to 24 of which may have been received while he was still alive.[2][4]

      几天后,当一支美国军队返回现场时,所罗门的尸体被机枪击穿,98名敌军的尸体堆积在他的位置前。他的身体有76颗子弹伤口和许多刺刀伤口,其中24次射杀可能发生在他还活着时候。[

      Medal of Honor recognitionCapt. Edmund G. Love, the 27th Division historian, was a part of the team that found Salomon’s body. At the request of Brig. Gen. Ogden J. Ross, the assistant commander of the 27th Division, Love gathered eyewitness accounts and prepared a recommendation for the Medal of Honor for Salomon.

      荣誉奖章表彰第27师历史学家埃德蒙·G·洛夫上尉是发现所罗门尸体的团队成员之一。应指挥官奥格登·罗斯少将的要求,27师副师长罗夫搜集目击者的记录,并准备为所罗门的荣誉勋章提出建议。

      The recommendation was returned by Maj. Gen. George W. Griner, the commanding general of the 27th Division. Officially, Griner declined to approve the award because Salomon was “in the medical service and wore a Red Cross brassard upon his arm. Under the rules of the Geneva Convention, to which the United States subscribes, no medical officer can bear arms against the enemy.”[2] However, the guideline for awarding the Medal of Honor to medical non-combatants states that one may not receive the Medal of Honor for actions in an “offensive”. More recent interpretations of the Convention, as well as the US Laws of Land Warfare,[5] allow use of personal weapons (i.e., rifles and pistols) in self-defense or in defense of patients and staff, as long as the medical soldier does not wear the Red Cross. Part of the problem in Salomon’s citation was that a machine gun is considered a “crew-served”, not an individual weapon.

      这项建议是由第27师的指挥官乔治W.格里纳少将回复的。格林纳正式拒绝批准该奖项,因为所罗门“在医疗服务中,手臂上戴着红十字会标记??。根据美国签署的“日内瓦公约”规定,医务人员不得携带武器对付敌人。“[2]然而,向医疗非战斗员颁发荣誉勋章的指引原则规定,不得授荣誉勋章给予有“攻击”行动的医疗非战斗人员。最近对“日内瓦公约”的解释以及美国的“陆战法”[5],祗这些人允许使用个人武器(即步枪和手枪)进行自卫或保护患者和工作人员,只要医疗士兵不穿红十字会标志。所罗门引起的部分问题是机枪被认为是“多人用的”武器,而不是件单兵的武器。

      In 1998, the recommendation was re-submitted by Dr. Robert West (USC Dental School) through Congressman Brad Sherman,[7] with the support of Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sculley, new chief of the Army Dental Corps.[8] Finally, on May 1, 2002, President George W. Bush presented Salomon’s Medal of Honor to Dr. West.[9] West then presented the Medal to Sculley for permanent placement in the Army Medical Department Museum in San Antonio, Texas.[8][2] A replica of Salomon’s Medal of Honor is displayed at the USC Dental School.[8][10] The Army Medical Department, at this point, was supportive1998年,这项建议由威斯特博士(USC牙科学院)通过国会议员Brad Sherman [7]在陆军牙科军团新任首席执行官Patrick D. Sculley的支持下重新提交[8]。 ]最后,2002年5月1日,乔治·W·布什总统向威斯特博士颁发了所罗门的荣誉勋章。[9]韦斯特随后向斯库利颁发了勋章,以便在德克萨斯州圣安东尼奥的陆军医学博物馆永久安置。[8] [2]所罗门勋章的复制品在USC牙科学院展出。[8] [10]陆军医务部在这一点上是支持的

      2018/6/2 16:12:19
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      美@式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。

      2018/6/2 13:29:26
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      美@式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。

      2018/6/2 13:29:25
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      美式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。

      2018/6/2 13:29:25
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      美式造神,一个人使用机枪击毙98人,假设满弹的200发弹箱,平均2发弹击毙一个敌人?那敌人需要排好方队再踱步冲锋。也不存在换弹的可能,一个人面对冲锋的敌人没有任何机会换弹箱或弹链。而这又不是阵地战,敌人都冲进医疗站了,射手不可能使用机枪反冲击,打出一个绝佳的战位。最大的可能是,有己方炮火及医疗站附近的设防阵地支援,被造神者有机会喘息并且更换弹药,顶住了敌人的进攻。不管被造神者打死多少敌人,反正最终击毙在医疗站附近敌人的战果都算在了他头上。

      2018/6/2 13:29:25
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      谁信谁傻,谁傻谁信。

      2018/6/2 13:05:47
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      也许他击毙的不是战场上的日军,而都是送到医院的战俘吧!

      2018/6/2 7:55:19
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      从 这篇文章看,以后,不管什么国际公约都得挨个臭了。

      2018/6/1 22:52:20
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      山姆与龟田都不是东西

      2018/6/1 20:51:25
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      5楼 神州飞虎
      日本不遵守国际公约射杀便宜,应该虐杀。
      8楼 zhangzizhong1940
      冲绳战役,美军因为日军战俘假意投降,趁机刺杀美军,美军大怒,将所有参与的日军战俘,全部用火焰喷射器烧死,一次烧杀46人。
      日军攻击军医,德国都不敢这么做,日军内部则是轻视军医,救治水准够呛,说个题外话所罗门海战日本海军就损失超过2万维修技术人员对于后续战斗力影响甚大,难怪日军越打越惨,这话本应是在你以前那篇关于海权扩张文章里回复。

      2018/6/1 15:52:00
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      这逼装的,真圆滑

      该帖子发自铁血军事Android手机客户端[请参与手机体验]
      2018/6/1 12:16:26
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      站着说话不腰疼,掌握了权利,就会滥用权力,做出合法而伤天害理之事。

      2018/6/1 8:48:58
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      日内瓦条约对于日本人来说连厕所里的纸都比不上。

      2018/6/1 8:32:45
      • 军衔:空军中尉
      • 军号:919994
      • 工分:10072
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      怎么不问下日军里的医生

      2018/6/1 7:38:46
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      好样的

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      2018/5/31 23:54:07
      • 军衔:陆军少将
      • 军号:1428360
      • 头衔:大明永历皇帝元年
      • 工分:833758 / 排名:565
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      5楼 神州飞虎
      日本不遵守国际公约射杀便宜,应该虐杀。
      冲绳战役,美军因为日军战俘假意投降,趁机刺杀美军,美军大怒,将所有参与的日军战俘,全部用火焰喷射器烧死,一次烧杀46人。

      2018/5/31 23:17:05
      • 军衔:陆军少将
      • 军号:1428360
      • 头衔:大明永历皇帝元年
      • 工分:833758 / 排名:565
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      4楼 gxtang1971
      “即使随军牧师也要平日杀一个,礼拜日杀两个!”
      范德格里夫特大手一挥,海滩上800多名日军重伤员,被全部用机枪射杀,然后开坦克碾压,以后遇到日军伤兵,只要不举手投降,一律射杀。

      日军本来可以享受战俘待遇的,可是他们的“武士道”精神却害苦了他们,令美军在惨烈伤亡面前发疯。

      2018/5/31 23:15:38
      • 军衔:陆军少将
      • 军号:1428360
      • 头衔:大明永历皇帝元年
      • 工分:833758 / 排名:565
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      范德格里夫特首先下令杀人的,谁敢难为下边执行命令的,日军伤兵负隅顽抗,炸死为他门医治的美军军医,范德格里夫特大怒,下令对日军伤兵一律机枪射杀,然后在用坦克碾压,一个不留,拒绝执行战俘公约。

      2018/5/31 23:13:30
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      日本不遵守国际公约射杀便宜,应该虐杀。

      2018/5/31 22:25:37
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      “即使随军牧师也要平日杀一个,礼拜日杀两个!”

      2018/5/31 21:05:42
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      做为一名军医

      首先他是个军人~

      军人的职责之一就是要消灭敌人~

      2018/5/31 17:03:42
      • 军衔:陆军上校
      • 军号:7252948
      • 工分:194086 / 排名:7939
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      杀的好。

      2018/5/31 15:23:20

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