Rhineman, I have no idea whether or not you can speak German (I don't), but the definitive story of German PoWs in WW2 are the Maschke Commission volumes published postwar- "The Complete Works of the Scientific Commission for German prisoners of war history I / 1 The German prisoners of war in Yugoslavia, 1941 - 1949 I / 2 The German prisoners of war in Yugoslavia, 1949 - 1953 II The German POWs in the Soviet Union - the storage company III The German POWs in the Soviet Union - the hunger factor IV The German POWs in the Soviet Union - the labor V/1-3 German prison camps and prisons in the Soviet Union VI The German POWs in the Soviet Union - from the cultural life VII The German war prisoners in Soviet hands - a balance sheet VIII The German POWs in the Soviet Union - Antifa .) IX The German prisoners of war in Poland under CSR .) X / 1 The German POWs in American hands - USA X / 2 The German POWs in American hands - Europe XI / 1 The German war prisoners in British hands .) XI / 2 The German war prisoners in the UK - Re-education XII The German war prisoners in the custody of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg XIII The German war prisoners in French hands XIV Spirit and culture of German prisoners of war in the West XV (Final volume: sources, methods, results) .) 1.Beiheft Diary from Soviet captivity, 1945-1949 2.Beiheft Records of prisoners of war in the West As of 1972: .) Studies not yet completed In the above publications of the Scientific Commission under Professor Dr. Erich mesh, Head of the Scientific Commission for German prisoners of war history, it is a parent. This very comprehensive books describe the situation of the German war prisoners in the custody of individual countries. Shall be made generally in various chapters on: the acquisition of prisoners of war the structure and organization of the war task being the living conditions of prisoners of war with Lodging Board Clothing Postal service Health Care Employment of prisoners of war in their spare time Care of prisoners of war by aid agencies Pastoral care in the camps Warehouse Management Relationship between prisoners and guards Flight cases and their treatment Co-existence of POWs in the camps labor input the work in the coal mines Employment in Industry and Handicrafts work in agriculture and forestry the release of prisoners of war the transformation of prisoners of war in "free labor" mine clearance and much more " Kriegsgefangenenlager des 2. Weltkrieges â€“ GenWiki The only one I have is the one on Re-education of PoWs in Britain, and that's only because the author translated it into English and then republished it. Compare what those say with Bacque, and let me know what level of agreement you find, if any.