Lord Louis Mountbatten was directly involved in war crimes resulting in the needless loss of millions of lives. His list of
crimes, for which he was never charged or punished, were obscured by his self-generated propaganda and a stream of lies
from London aided by his membership of the British Royal Family.
He fought socialists and communists in India, Burma and Far East Asia for which he was promoted to Supreme Allied Commander of the South East Asia Command and took the Japanese surrender in Singapore on 12 September 1945. He carved India into two warring States during Partition and returned to London where he headed a failed coup attempt against Labour Prime Minister Harold.
His last years were spent in self-exile in Ireland where his life ended in ignominy in 1979 while out catching lobsters. He was 79.