Part 1 The fatally flawed attempt at nonfraternization. Part 2 fraternization encouraged. Part 3 A new political life: the resurrection of democracy; detailed American influence. Part 4 Economic and population factors: economic overview; the people involved; employment of Germans; investments which benefited Germans; total monetary stimulation by the US Forces. Part 5 American and the reconstruction of education: the schools; other reeducational program; the American houses; reeducation through the Trade Unions; an assessment. Part 6 Associated reeducation efforts in the west; French reforms; British reforms. Part 7 The rehabilitation of the information media: newspapers, radio, books and periodicals. Part 8 Other influences on the cultural milieu: motion pictures; theatre; music; literature; museums; churches; German awareness; changes in society. Part 9 American neighbours. Part 10 American nuisances.