A bibliographic essay on the Allied occupation and reconstruction of West Germany, 1945–1955

@article{Miller2013ABE,
  title={A bibliographic essay on the Allied occupation and reconstruction of West Germany, 1945–1955},
  author={Paul D. Miller},
  journal={Small Wars \& Insurgencies},
  year={2013},
  volume={24},
  pages={751 - 759}
}
  • P. Miller
  • Published 1 October 2013
  • History
  • Small Wars & Insurgencies
There is no definitive, single-volume history of the Allied occupation and reconstruction of West Germany from 1945 to 1955. This is a significant and surprising lacuna in the literature on US and European history, international relations, and the rapidly growing field in reconstruction and stabilization operations. Scholars, historians, and policymakers need a comprehensive treatment of the German occupation. There is now an opportunity to fill that need. This bibliographic essay reviews the… 

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