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James Bacque

James Bacque is the author of two books accusing then-General Dwight Eisenhower of allowing the starvation of hundreds of thousands of German POWs and approximately ten million German civilians (see Eisenhower and German POWs).

James Bacque claims massive starvation was a direct result of the policies of the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union, which ruled as exclusive Military Occupation Government over the partitioned German lands since the surrender of Deutsches Reich[?] under Karl Doenitz on May 8, 1945 till 1949.

Bacque's figures have been questioned by critics and his books attacked as sympathetic to the Nazis.

  • Other Losses, Prima Publishing; ASIN 1559580992; Reprint edition (May 1991)
  • Crimes and Mercies, Little Brown & Company; ASIN: 0316640700; (August 1997)


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