Heilbrunn, Facob
December 1995
New Republic;12/11/95, Vol. 213 Issue 24, p14
Focuses on the political situation in Germany due to presence of the Soviet and the U.S. forces. Blame on the U.S. soldiers for the Katyn Forest Massacre in Germany; Views expressed by a German restaurant owner about psychology of Jews; Condition of Königsberg when it was capital of East Prussia and later on; Destruction of the city by forces of Mikhail Kalinin, a brutal associate of Russian leader Joseph Stalin; Situation of Berlin under the control of Russians; Description of social conditions in Königsberg; Condition of the city during the Cold War.


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