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For Germany, the end of World War II occurred officially on 8th May 1945 but the end of suffering did not Using recently released documents from the USA and detailed research in the Moscow archives, the author shows how millions of Germans died unnecessarily from starvation, disease and forced homelessness The Red Army in the east took revenge for the crimes of the Nazis, as did the French and Americans in the west The governments responsible have never acknowledged any mass deaths Bacque argues that the Allies came not as liberators and rescuers, but as judges and avengers....

Title : Crimes and Mercies: The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950
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ISBN : 0751522775
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Little Brown Uk New edition edition February 1, 2003
Number of Pages : 320 pages
File Size : 668 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Crimes and Mercies: The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950 Reviews

  • Walter H Euler Sr
    2018-11-17 11:23

    Again, this second book and account of the German misery, told by James Bacque is 100 % true, since I had lived it during those years in Germany as an eleven year old boy, who eventually was spared and made it through those years ,even though the American Military, on Eisenhowers orders, wanted to decimate the German public by twenty million people, They only accomplished to kill fifteen to sixteen million of us Germans in those four years after World War II. What I really like to know, why is this story kept secret and never told, or mentioned in any schoolbooks and any other historical writings? Only the Jewish story is told forever but fifteen million Germans, mostly women and children, do not count when it comes to American Genocide. During 1945 through 1949 nine out of ten Babies born died during their first two months. Their mothers had hardly any nourishment and so were not able to feed their babies. No breast milk, or any other feedings available, How about that! Just read the stories from James Bacqey, and other Authors as well. By the way, almost nineteen American Publishers would not print Bacqeus books, because they are all either owned, or controlled, be Jewish interests Check it all out and study things, it will enlighten you with the truth, FINALLY !!

  • Carson
    2018-11-18 15:57

    A fascinating book on the mysteries of how to count the missing German millions after the war,1945 to 1950. It gives a broader scope than his other book Other Losses which mainly concentrated on the Americans and French.As well as them it includes Russia,Poland and Czechoslovakia.A shocking bit of European history hidden by most governments.

  • Ray H. Lein
    2018-11-14 13:11

    Good read about what happened in Germany after the war ended,non of these facts were every brought up in my high school history classes....

  • Eva Maurer
    2018-11-11 16:57

    To let the Germans as a "Nazi-Race" starving almost to death although knowing the victims were only civilians like innocent babies, children, women and elderly people shows how vindictive and inhuman the Allies were. There was fear, the Germans would stand up again and recover to make new fights and become a mighty nation again. But sometimes the motif was only revenge for how Jews were treated and killed. Thanks God Henry Morgenthaus ideas were not accepted.

  • Delta114
    2018-11-17 13:10

    Eye opening for the uninformed and believers that we the US government were clean as snow. The facts in the book are true. My family were

  • Joseph A. Metchnikov
    2018-11-22 17:02

    I had read the first book Other Loses. These books will open your eyes to the terrible atrocities committed against common German soldiers AFTER hostilities of the war. It's terrible and disgusting. as well as inhumane. That's not what we Americans are about

  • Donald D. Hale
    2018-11-24 13:58

    Excellent. I've read a lot of world War II history, but I learned a lot from this book that changed my opinion of Churchill and Eisenhower. I never thought America could be so vindictive against the average citizens of another country, even an enemy nation. Our American government of today is becoming more and more similar to the Nazie government of the '30's, but as individuals Americans can not be held responsible for the criminal actions of our government, i.e. the murder of millions of innocent human beings for the sake of convenience.

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-21 12:00

    A just war? The good war? No. Bacque details allied mass murder, concentration camps, ethnic cleansing, genocide, and mass propaganda. Everything you know about the post-war period is a lie. Further these crimes were planned long before the war ended. No more brother wars.