TITLE

Allied Plans for Germany

PUB. DATE
April 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;4/24/44, Vol. 110 Issue 17, p551
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the agreement among the U.S., the Soviet Union and Great Britain, on the military occupation of Germany in the event of victory of Allied powers. Plans of Allied powers to partition Germany into three zones of occupation; Details of the plans that Russians will administer the military rule of eastern Germany to the Oder, the British will administer northwestern Germany, and the Americans will administer Bavaria, Saxony and Wurttemberg; Problems faced by Allies in organizing Germany so that she will not prove an obstacle to an enduring peace; Report that the Anglo-American plan calls for the continued operation of German industry during the period of occupation under the control of the same industrialists who prepared German dictator Adolf Hitler for his war adventures.
ACCESSION #
14673019

 

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