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James Bacque

James Bacque
James Bacque is a novelist, book editor, essayist and historian whose work has helped raise awareness in human rights issues associated with war crimes, particularly spurring debate on and research into the treatment of German POWs at the end of World War II.

His fiction titles include The Lonely Ones, 1969 (Big Lonely in the paperback edition, 1970); A Man of Talent, 1972; Creation (with Robert Kroetsch and Pierre Gravel), 1972; The Queen Comes to Minnicog, 1979; and Our Fathers’ War, 2006. His history titles include Crimes and Mercies, an immediate bestseller upon release, and Other Losses.

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Crimes and Mercies

Crimes and Mercies

The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950
edition:Paperback
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Crimes and Mercies ebook

Crimes and Mercies ebook

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Other Losses

Other Losses

An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II
edition:Paperback
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Spirit Builders

Spirit Builders

Charles Catto, Frontiers Foundation and the Struggle to End Indigenous Poverty
edition:Paperback
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