Gruesome Harvest, The Allies Postwar War Against The German People by Ralph Keeling. Written in 1947, it chronicles the Allied attempt to destroy the what was left of the German nation/people following the war. It reads like the history books we had in school except one needs to replace the word Jews with Germans when atrocities are spoken of.. It follows the Morgenthau Plan for the total destruction of the German nation and people by taking away what little they had left after the war to try and support themselves with to the deportation of German citiizens to Russian and French forced labor camps. It tells of the massive orgy of rape and plunder that occured when the the Americans held back so that the Russians could capture Berlin. In all, it tends to tell things that I am sure the Allies would rather have been kept secret. It also shows what a mockery the Nurnberg Trials were when at least one of the Allied countries should have been in the docket sitting beside the Germans. It is a very interesting book concerning a part of history that most history books either totally ignore or are afraid to mention for fear of tarnishing the reputation of the so-called democratic that saved Europe from tyranny so we could give it to the Soviets.