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James Bacque, whose accusations were for a time suppressed in the USA, claims that, in the US Army camps of Germany and France at the end of World War II, almost four million German soldiers were held prisoner outdoors, in unsheltered barbed-wire enclosures, with little or no water, for months on end. At least 750,000, he contends, died of malutrition and disease. Most were soldiers of the Wehrmacht who surrendered in May 1945, but scores of thousands, it is alleged, were women, children and old men. Most of these deaths ...

Other Losses 1994, Prima Lifestyles, Roseville

ISBN-13: 9781559580991

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Other Losses 1992, Prima Lifestyles

ISBN-13: 9781559581738

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Other Losses 1991, Time Warner Paperbacks, London

ISBN-13: 9780708849842

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