I do get the point you are making, but I do not agree that by making the film Tarantino is automatically disrespectful towards those that suffered through WW II. Heck, the very first scene with the family hiding under the floor shows quite well how gruesome that war was. But I agree, there is a fine line here between showing an alternative story to what happened in reality in order to tell an interesting story and showing an alternative story in order to include more violence, a line Tarantino certainly skirts here. Let us agree to disagree.
I do get your point too.
Especially about IB. But do believe me when I tell you that a lot of people could possibly feel hurt with IB, sadly but conveniently, most of them were dead before the movie was filmed...
I take History very serious, you know.
It's just that History is already so relative, 2 different people having lived through the same war will tell 2 different stories about it... so why should we make it even worse and invent our own alternative version. I don't get the point.
And I really don't like Tarantino.
That might influence my opinion too.