A Holocaust Was What the Americans Did to the Germans
Eisenhower’s Starvation Order - By James Bacque
A holocaust was what the Americans did to the Germans
At the end of World War II, the USA had millions of prisoners of war.
One US Army officer wrote that it was “the intention of Army command regarding the German POW camps in the US Zone from May 1945 through the end of 1947 to exterminate as many POWs as the traffic would bear without international scrutiny.”
… The [American] army’s policy was to starve [German] prisoners, according to several American soldiers who were there.
An American describes the scene. 'In Andernach about 50,000 prisoners of all ages were held in an open field surrounded by barbed wire. They slept in the mud, wet and cold. Even more shocking was to see the prisoners throwing grass and weeds into a tin can containing a thin soup. They told me they did this to help ease their hunger pains.'
Martin Brech, retired professor of philosophy at Mercy college in New York, who was a guard at Andernach in 1945, has said that he was told by an officer that “it is our policy that these men not be fed.”
… The prisoner Paul Schmitt was shot in the American camp at Bretzenheim after coming close to the
The prisoner Hans Scharf … was watching as a German woman with her two children came towards an American guard in the camp at Bad Kreuznach, carrying a wine bottle. She asked the guard to give the bottle to her husband, who was just inside the wire.
….Many prisoners and German civilians saw the American guards burn the food brought by civilian women.