Other Losses caused an international scandal when first published in by One of the historians who supports Bacque’s work is Colonel Ernest F. Fisher. Other Losses caused an international scandal when first published in by revealing that Allied Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower’s. James Bacque. Other Losses: An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II.
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Germans have been doing it for 45 years. The book refers to the Army Chief Historians report that was published in ; in the 20 pages othr with the capture, transfer and discharge of prisoners, the report makes no mention of releasing prisoners without formal discharge. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Loswes. In a skillfully organized, meticulously documented brief 86 pages of notes and appendicesBacque charges Eisenhower not with neglect but with setting policy- -and charges subsequent authorities with a methodical cover-up, including destruction of evidence.
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Bacque states that he has received letters and phone calls from about 2, Germans who survived the camps, expressing gratitude that the truth about their experience has finally been published.
My neighbour surrendered in France and was interned at St Nazaire. That lasted for about a week – as far as I can recall from our conversation. The book Other Losses by James Bacque, which helped to set off the … postwar Germany are included in the program. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Books by James Bacque. Because of such sad events, Lt. As we celebrated the victory of our virtue in public, we began to lose it in secret. The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation.
And he’s unaware of any such activity in any camps. Displayed are the covers for some of the foreign editions. How could the Americans almost one-third of whom are by ethnic background German conspire for so long to cover up such a vast crime?
So much for Bacque’s careful use of sources. Customers who bought this item also bought. Canadian novelist, publisher and writer of historic non-fiction. Although in his vast indictment, Bacque has included virtually Eisenhower’s entire staff, all the doctors and personnel running the camps, the press who failed to uncover the monstrous crime and a whole generation of knowing but silent Germans, he has included not a single Briton.
This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Army reports that Bacque states actually reflects a body count of German prisoners that died of slow starvation or diseases.
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Retrieved from ” https: Food in occupied Germany. Mar 26, TrumanCoyote rated it liked it. I have found the information contained in this book to be quite the eye opener. This revised edition of Other Losses presents all the relevant new material on the deaths plus new evidence of the othee of truth bacuqe Western academics, press, and governments.
D Andrews rated it liked it Jun 21, National Archives and interviews with people who stated they witnessed the events. The introduction to the book publishing many of the New Orleans panel papers also noted that Bacque ignored the greatest source of for the “other losses” column, an August Report of the Military Governor that states “An additional group ofare lists as ‘other losses’consisting largely of members of the Volkssturm [People’s Militia] released without a formal charge.
And to think that it might al be true Numerous reviews of the book written by the top talent in the military history profession such as John Losss and Russel Weigley were persuaded by the findings of the book.
He had badly underestimated the bscque of German soldiers surrendering to the Western Allies; more than five million, instead of the anticipated three million as German soldiers crossed the Elbe River to escape the Russians.