Germany never lost 50% of its territory, unless you count Nazi annexations after 1938 in Poland, Bohemia, Soviet Union. Or claim Austria is part of Germany. Which I think only are hardcore nationalist or Nazi would claim.loss of ~50% of territory
You miss occupying Polish territory and people?(and were still missing half of Poland until today ^^)
Only isolated incidents on small scale. Nothing similar to what Germany did. If Soviets and Poles were to be to Germans as Germans were to them, there would be no Germans today.mass killings
Actually 400,000 mostly dead from war time conditions(which wouldn't have happened if not for German war). Most of them btw Nazi voters and colonists. Hard to feel sorry for such people.and millions of dead from "resettlement" and deportations
lNever happened. Only revisionist historians and nationalists do claim that. If you want to see real mistreatment of POWs look at what Germany did to Soviet POW's.Planned starving of PoW's after the War.
One could have also:If anything, as I already said before, one could have put more Nazi's on trial.
-forced Germany to pay compensation which it didn't pay to Poland or Greece
-force Germany to return stolen art (for example Polish art plundered by Nazis is still held by Germany today)
-declare Wehrmacht to be an criminal organisation(as it was)
-not elect mass murderers to government posts(as German people did, see the Wola Massacre)
-not allow to elect people advocating genocide of Poles to ministerial posts(see Oberlander)
-not sponsor German economy for over 50 years
So as you see much more could have been done.
Since even today Germany didn't deal with its Nazi past completely I see nothing wrong with that. Especially since its economic well being is directly connected with being allowed to go away free from destroying much of Central and Eastern Europe.One could say that Germany is even "punished" today while all Nazis are dead or on the brink of dying