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The Allies and the German problem, 1941-1949 - Andrew Szanajda

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Title
The Allies and the German problem, 1941-1949 - from cooperation to alternative settlement
Author
Andrew Szanajda
format
Hardback
Publisher
Palgrave Pivot
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20150505

The Allies and the German Problem, 1941-1949 examines Allied policymaking during the Second World War and the military occupation of postwar Germany, demonstrating how the initial unity of the Allies disintegrated during the postwar military occupation in the face of their separate goals for postwar Germany and Europe.

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Andrew Szanajda is Associate Professor at the Overseas Chinese University, Taiwan, and has been a recipient of the National Science Council research grant. He is the author of The Restoration of Justice in Postwar Hesse, 1945-1949, Making Sense in History: Historical Writing in Practice, and Indirect Perpetrators: The Prosecution of Informers in Germany, 1945-1965.

"Andrew Szanajda has made an important contribution to the history of the Cold War, reexamining the split between the occupying powers in Germany after World War Two. Szanajda further shows how the political system established in the west in 1949 eventually facilitated the peace and reunification of Europe in 1990." - Jeffrey S. Gaab, Farmingdale State College, SUNY, USA

Type
BOOK
Edition
2015
Keyword Index
World War, 1939-1945.|Unified operations (Military science) - History - 20th century.|Reconstruction (1939-1951)|Germany - History - 1945-1955.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
vi, 118

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