One Million German POWs
Killed After WWII By US & France

Environment News Service

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By James Bacque
Stoddart Publishing
Toronto, Canada
ISBN 0-7737-2269-6
June, 1945 US POW camp in Germany
"Starting in April 1945, the United States Army and the French Army casually annihilated one million [German] men, most of them in American camps . . . Eisenhower's hatred, passed through the lens of a compliant military bureaucracy, produced the horror of death camps unequalled by anything in American history . . . an enormous war crime."
--Col. Ernest F. Fisher, PhD Lt.
101 st Airborne Division, Senior Historian, United States Army
From Stephen R.
I heard this kind of story repeatedly in the late 1940's. Some were much worse as to numbers involved. I was super patriotic, and told a kid his relative was a liar.
One Sunday, he came to my house and got me, and I heard a drunken discourse from his mothers'scarey boyfriend whohad been a GI guard. He became hysterical talking about burying 100's per day. I have no doubt this was true. He was with some kind of roving death squad. They arrived at the German POW camps late in 1945, took selected prisoners from shelters to open fields in mid-Winter. And watched them in shifts until they were dead.

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