The Barnes Review. — September/October 2013. — p. 52-59.Although by now most The Barnes Review readers are aware that perhaps as many as 2 million German soldiers and civilians were killed in post-World War II Allied concentration camps run by the French and Americans, few may know of the fate of hundreds of thousands of Germans imprisoned in camps run by the Soviets, the Poles and the Czechs. In these camps, death was a preferable end to the horrors "detainees" were forced to endure on a daily basis. Historian John Wear brings us up to date on the fate of these forgotten victims of the Allied death machine.
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