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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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Lauben as the source for the claim that the “other losses” weekly report column covered up deaths. When it seems so, the price bacaue purchased at the price of accuracy.

Trivia About Other Losses: Preview — Other Losses by James Bacque. Other Losses claims that the U.

Historian Rolf Steininger stated that Bacque’s claim that the failure to publish the s and s German Maschke Commission finding death figures to be a “cover up” contradicts that the entire 22 volume series was actually published in without any restrictions, to which only an oblique reference is made in an Other Losses endnote.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Andreas Voigt rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Overcopies have been sold in eleven countries. Ilyas Ozturk rated it liked it Dec 09, Often during my talk with Mr Bacque I reminded him that my memory has deteriorated badly during the 40 odd years since Julian rated it really liked it Dec 25, By using this bacquue, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The Globe and Mail — June 21, lisses If you wanna know the othsr of what happened in Germany watch “Adolf Hitler the greatest story never told” it’ll change your life.

othre Read reviews that mention german prisoners james bacque geneva convention losses rare german pows camps in germany write the history well written war crimes world war bacques book million german american historians historical truth evidence facts historian army. Showing of 35 reviews. The title of Other Losses derives from a column of figures in weekly U.


As we celebrated the victory of our virtue in public, we began to lose it in secret. Army and suffered egregiously in these camps in the first weeks after the end of the war.

But he also revealed something else that should be investigated further.

Other Losses by James Bacque

Sigurvaldi rated it really liked it Dec 29, The historians conclude that, among its many problems, Other Losses: In the end, Bacque usually resorts to conspiracy theories to salvage his outrageous charges. Facts against Falsehood refuted Bacque’s wily misinterpretations of statistics and oral history evidence in detail.

Eisenhower’s calculations as to how many people he would be required to feed in occupied Bacwue in were too low and he had been asking for more food shipments since February How much trust you can handle. Food in occupied Germany. 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.

Medical Corps reported death rates far higher than they had ever seen before. Bischoff stated that, even in Bacque’s later released American edition, “Bacque refuses to address the overwhelming evidence that there had been a great shortage of food in central Europe, beyond admitting that there was a food crisis in Germany in ” and “but again he turns the evidence on its head when he charges that ‘Allied food policy [no longer does he lodses the blame on the Americas alone, as in his Canadian edition] deliberately hampered the Germans in attempting to feed themselves.

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Even more so is the repeated British refusal to countenance the US policy in principle and detail. Surprises are nonstop, beginning with a damning introduction by respected military historian Ernest F.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. His history titles include Crimes and Merciesan immediate bestseller upon release, and Other Losses. That a victor was able to hide and still continues to deny the savage treatment of German soldiers and civilians after winning WWII is a horrendous example of too much power placed into the hands of willful and devious men. Eisenhower, Bacque’s indictment strikes to the heart of the American dream, charging us with much the same kind of brutality that so incenses Americans when practiced by foreigners–allowing POWs to die by the tens of thousands from disease and starvation.

Perhaps he can try the interviewing techniques that he employed in Other Losses —namely putting words in the mouths of selective eyewitnesses. He said, “Our responsibility for the proper use of relief supplies placed in our care is incompatible with a restriction to the fulfilment of orders which render us powerless to furnish relief which we ourselves judge necessary.

Germans have been doing it for 45 years. Army was reporting 3.

Was Used to Create Israel. It is not necessary to review here Bacque’s extravagant statistical claims which are the heart of his conspiracy theory. The losss claims that the U. In short, Eisenhower faced shortages even before he learned that there were at least 17 million more people to feed in Germany than he had expected not to mention all of the other countries in war-ravaged Europe, the Philippines, Okinawa and Japan.

To that the careful writer adds about how a million or so other Germans were taken from the X place and sent to Y. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.