The Rheinwiesenlager (Rhine meadow camps) were a group of about 19 camps for holding up to 3.4 Million German POWs after World War II.
James Bacque stated up to a million deaths due to causes such as starvation in his book Other Losses.
- The camps of the Rhine meadows
- In "Eisenhower’s Death Camps": Part I, A U.S. Prison Guard's Story
- Video: James Bacque - "Other Losses" (mirror)
Camps in the four occupation zones, map from 1989, provided by James Bacque