Saturday 30 October 2021


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.

As soon as Germany surrendered on 8 May 1945, the American Military Governor, General Eisenhower, made it a crime punishable by death for German civilians to feed prisoners. 

“… under no circumstances may food supplies be assembled among the local inhabitants in order to deliver them to the prisoners of war. Those who violate this command and nevertheless try to circumvent this blockade to allow something to come to the prisoners place themselves in danger of being shot….”

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 50,000 to 60,000 men in Andernach were starving, living with no shelter in holes in the ground, trying to nourish themselves on grass. 

'When Brech smuggled bread to them through the wire, he was ordered to stop by an officer. Later, Brech sneaked more food to them, was caught, and told by the same officer, “If you do that again, you’ll be shot.” 

'Brech saw bodies go out of the camp “by the truckload” but he was never told how many there were, wire to see his wife and young son who were bringing him a basket of food.  where they were buried, or how.'

… The prisoner Paul Schmitt was shot in the American camp at Bretzenheim after coming close to the

The French followed suit: Agnes Spira was shot by French guards at Dietersheim in July 1945 for taking food to prisoners. 

The memorial to her in nearby Buedesheim, written by one of her chidren, reads: “On the 31st of July 1945, my mother was suddenly and unexpectedly torn from me because of her good deed toward the imprisoned soldiers.” 

The entry in the Catholic church register says simply: “A tragic demise, shot in Dietersheim on 31.07.1945. Buried on 03.08.1945.” Martin Brech watched in amazement as one officer at Andernach stood on a hillside firing shots towards German women running away from him in the valley below.

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. 

The guard upended the bottle into his own mouth, and when it was empty, threw it on the ground and killed the prisoner with five shots.

….Many prisoners and German civilians saw the American guards burn the food brought by civilian women. 

One former prisoner described it recently: “At first, the women from the nearby town brought food into the camp. The American soldiers took everything away from the women, threw it in a heap and poured gasoline [benzine] over it and burned it.” 

Eisenhower himself ordered that the food be destroyed, according to the writer Karl Vogel, who was the German camp commander appointed by the Americans in Camp 8 at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Although the prisoners were getting only 800 calories per day, the Americans were destroying food outside the camp gate.

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At 30 October 2021 at 09:23 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” ― George Orwell

At 30 October 2021 at 15:03 , Blogger Mishko said...

Library Of Alexandria versus Google/Amazon.
Censorship/bookburning by the push of a button.

Wikipedia as an authoritative source: the horror.

At 30 October 2021 at 18:42 , Blogger Mishko said...

Eisenhower followed/used directives laid down in
The Morgenthau Plan. What immediately presents itself
is that mr. Morgenthau was at the time he wrote this plan
while serving as the minister of finance for the USA.

So basically a grandiose and extreme abuse of influence,
power and intellect for evil ends (genocidal).

(In the malaysian language this is expressed as
"pienter boesoek".
Pienter - intelligence, boesoek - evil, demonic, inverted.)

At 31 October 2021 at 09:32 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Morgenthau Plan, the Allies' post-war policy that preceded the Marshall Plan, devastated what remained of Germany after the war was officially over. Was this "economic idiocy" ' or intentional destruction of a surrendered country? A major criticism of the German population in the war years was that they claimed that they were not aware of the atrocities committed by their government. In mirror fashion, the chapters of this book chronicle events committed by the United States that should be commonly known but are not. See it at Morgentgau Plan:


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