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Other Losses - James Bacque (1999)

Other Losses - James Bacque (1999)

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This book was attacked because it dared to destroy cherished myths.

Insight into the dishonest nature of the attackers is given here: http://www.serendipity.li/hr/bacque_on_wikipedia.htm

and here: http://www.vho.org/GB/Journals/JHR/10/2/Ward227-231.html
This book was attacked because it dared to destroy cherished myths.

Insight into the dishonest nature of the attackers is given here: http://www.serendipity.li/hr/bacque_on_wikipedia.htm

and here: http://www.vho.org/GB/Journals/JHR/10/2/Ward227-231.html

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Published by: blissentia on Apr 27, 2011
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OTHER
LOSSES
 
Publisher's Note
We
caution the reader not to be
so
lost in the politics ofhorrors as to equate the brutal revenge described in this bookwith the much greater evil of a state-instigated campaignof hatred and systematic murder that was the singular legacyof Nazi Germany. There are those who would cynically usethis work to fan hatreds in their attempt to flatten
the
differences in atrocities by equating, and thus nullifying, them.We have lived in the shadow of World War
IT
for so longthat we've grown accustomed to seeing oniy the inhumanityof the enemy. Thus, we were able to live with the comfortingidea that because our cause was noble, our actions, too, werelargely beyond reproach.There is still no doubt in the mind of any
but
a tiny groupof historical revisionists that the fight against Nazi Germanywas, as Studs Terkel calls it, "the Good War." However,
in
this dark, brooding, and painstakingly well-researched book,you
will
discover that at the end of World War
IT,
when
Germany was conclusively defeated, a policy of hatreddeliberately and indifferently caused the death
by
disease,exposure, and starvation of massive numbers of disarmed'German soldiers and some civilians.Certainly, few books in recent memory have instigated asmuch controversy among scholars and other interestedreaders. And yet, James Bacque keeps ferreting
out
moreinformation that makes
his
arguments more convincing allthe time. (This edition contains a new epilogue
and
a
new
appendix not previously published in the original Canadian
edition
of this book.) Furthermore,
even
Eisenhowerapologists cannot deny the graphic descriptions of bothAmerican and German eyewitnesses, as well as
the
newlydiscovered document quoting Konrad Adenauer.In a free society, the truth must be exposed, regardlessof the consequences-especially
if
we don't like to hear it.
 
The Shocking
Truth
Behind
the
Mass Deaths
01
Disarmed
German
Soldiers
and Civilians
UnderGeneral Eisenhower's Command
JAMES
BleQUE
Prima Publishing

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