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Eisenhower’s Death Camps, by Bacque (1989)

Eisenhower’s Death Camps, by Bacque (1989)

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Published by Hubert Luns
The last dirty secret of World War II : Call it callousness, call it reprisal, call it a policy of hostile neglect: a million Germans taken prisoner by Eisenhower's armies died in captitivity after the surrender. This is an article by James Bacque in the "Saturday Night" of September 1989 at the publication of his book "Other Losses — an investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the hands of the French and Americans after WWII". In 1997 appeared his book "Crimes and Mercies — The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950)", now available on SCRIBD, which delves further into the matter with new statistical evidence in support of the claim that in the after-the-war-period and in a orgy of revenge a total of about 10 to 13 million German civilians and prisoners of war were murdered under the hands of the Allied Powers.
The last dirty secret of World War II : Call it callousness, call it reprisal, call it a policy of hostile neglect: a million Germans taken prisoner by Eisenhower's armies died in captitivity after the surrender. This is an article by James Bacque in the "Saturday Night" of September 1989 at the publication of his book "Other Losses — an investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the hands of the French and Americans after WWII". In 1997 appeared his book "Crimes and Mercies — The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950)", now available on SCRIBD, which delves further into the matter with new statistical evidence in support of the claim that in the after-the-war-period and in a orgy of revenge a total of about 10 to 13 million German civilians and prisoners of war were murdered under the hands of the Allied Powers.

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Published by: Hubert Luns on Feb 16, 2013
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