Bleeding Germany Dry: The Aftermath of World War II from the German Perspective


This wide-ranging and richly illustrated book deals exhaustively with a subject that many consider heretical: the legal issue of Germany’s demands for a peace treaty and constitution as well as reparations and compensation for the German people. The author is a strong critic of the Federal Republic’s standard response that the injustices perpetrated on the German people ‘by foreign powers are rooted in injustices committed by the National Socialist regime’, and consequently the Germans ‘must abstain from making their own demands for compensation against these states’. Dr Nordbruch exposes the hypocrisy of such self-protective assertions. He concentrates on giving the reader unadulterated depictions of the premeditated mass atrocities connected with expulsion and deportation of German people, as well as the mass rape of German women and girls, and the Allied campaigns of methodical plunder throughout Germany. He does not omit the well-documented tortures and murders of millions of German civilians and prisoners of war in both East and West, and he devotes an entire chapter to the question of foreign workers in the Third Reich. This is compared with the historical facts about the question of German forced labourers. Nordbruch is the first author to document the actual extent of exploitation of German labour by the victorious powers, Bolshevistic as well as ‘democratic’. After an extensive investigation of these issues, the author presents Germany’s ethical and political grounds for claiming restitution. He provides a thorough explanation of the legal arguments supporting such compensation under international law. Bleeding Germany Dry is an accurate and hard-hitting revision of Nordbruch historical events that for over half a century have had a decisive influence on the policies of Berlin and Vienna.

Mass killings, death camps, slave labour and ethnic cleansing are generally the sorts of crimes Nazi Germany is accused of but, as Nordbruch points out, the Allies also carried out these crimes, often on a massive scale. The rules of war and human rights were often completely ignored by the Allies who seem to have decided they could do what they liked with the Germans, including more than a few Jews. The crimes continued after the war as did the theft of everything from private possessions, to whole factories, patents, the results of scientific research and even the scientists themselves. Nordbruch makes the point that not only was there no compensation for the crimes carried out against the Germans but they were expected to pay billions in reparations to those who invaded them. The book has numerous illustrations and graphic descriptions of many brutal events. It deals with highly controversial matters but is important reading for anyone who really wants to know what went on in Europe during and after World War II.

-Reading “Bleeding Germany Dry” gives us the insight needed to understand the BigLie is that the so-called ‘WW2 Jew-holocaust’ never happened, -the actual figure is an estimated 20,000-Jews may have died, but only from Typhus as result of ruthless inhumane USA & UK carpet-bombings which debilitated the infrastructure of Germany; -it is now revealed that there were more Jews after WW2 than before! The purpose of the alleged Jew-Holohoax propaganda was thus actually to cover-up the actual horrid 20+Million `Genocidal Holocaust of Germans’ (-not the Jews at all)!! Here is revealed the actual ghastly horror inflicted upon Germans by order of the ruthless Jew-zionists, -under hateful direction of the arch-criminal kings-Rothschild et’al and their zealous Jew-agents such as usGen.-Eisenhower. My only criticism is that it needs an Index for quick ref. to events. –Be prepared for a shocking revelation that the noble Aryan-race has suffered massive genocide, which has reduced its numbers by 80% during the past century, -owing the insidious Jew-zionists scheme to exterminate the ‘gifted’ Aryan-race…

Bleeding Germany Dry: The Aftermath of World War II from the German Perspective

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