James F.Byrnes, Lucius Clay and American Policy in Germany, 1945-1947 (Studies in American History v. 43)

James F.Byrnes, Lucius Clay and American Policy in Germany, 1945-1947 (Studies in American History v. 43)

By: Curtis F. Morgan (author)Hardback

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The collaboration of Byrnes and Clay at the end of World War II enabled the Allies to denazify Germany by attenuating a policy of peace through vengeance and guiding American policy towards a more positive and reconstructionist direction.

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Contents

List of Abbreviations...iii Foreword...iv Acknowledgments...viii I. America and the "German Question": The Search for a Postwar Policy...1 II. Transition...33 III. Stunde Null...63 IV. Potsdam: The Success That Failed...91 V. Retreat From Potsdam: The Search for an Alternative Policy...127 VI. Irreconcilable Differences...195 VII. From Paris to Stuttgart...259 VIII. An Ending for Byrnes, a Beginning for Germany...331 IX. Conclusion: Partners After the Fact...363 A Brief Review of the Literature...379 Bibliography...386 Index...401

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  • publication date: 31/12/2002
  • ISBN13: 9780773470385
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 420
  • ID: 9780773470385
  • ISBN10: 0773470387

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