Why weren't the Allies charged with war crimes in the Second World War?

The Allies were happy to give themselves the right to judge the people of Germany for the wrongs they committed, but no-one had to face any kind of justice for the atrocities committed AGAINST the German people. Dresden for example, and the countless rapes and murders the Red Army indulged themselves in when they... show more The Allies were happy to give themselves the right to judge the people of Germany for the wrongs they committed, but no-one had to face any kind of justice for the atrocities committed AGAINST the German people. Dresden for example, and the countless rapes and murders the Red Army indulged themselves in when they reached Germany.

Do international laws not apply to the victors?
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