The USSR is well known for their propaganda. From iconic photos with undesirable subjects removed to idyllic art depicting strong workers in a wheat field while millions were starving, accusing the Soviet regime of being less than honest is not controversial.
What is not so well known to the average person is that all of the alleged Nazi death camps were in Poland, therefore behind the iron curtain and under Soviet control.
What this means that it is highly unlikely that any American or British soldier would have liberated an alleged death camp. I have had many discussions about the validity of the Holocaust narrative with average Holocaust believers where they will interject with the fact that their relative was there, that they saw it. I’m sure that their beloved grandfather did see a horrible sight. Starving people and piles of dead bodies. What they wouldn’t have seen is homicidal gas chambers or gassing victims, even according to the official narrative. What that official narrative leaves out is that the inmates of the camp weren’t starving until the end of the war when the Allies were bombing food and supply lines. If you would like to learn more on how the Americans used the liberation of camps for their own propaganda purposes watch Buchenwald—A Dumb Dumb Portrayal Of Evil, by Dean Irebodd.
Another example of Soviet exaggeration that 4 million died at Auschwitz. A claim that the other Allies were willing to go with until the number was adjusted decades later. What else were the Soviets lying about?