Before Bizonia

  title={Before Bizonia},
  author={Robert W. Carden},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  pages={535 - 555}
  • R. Carden
  • Published 1 July 1979
  • History, Economics
  • Journal of Contemporary History
Harrison E. Salisbury, the noted foreign correspondent, wrote in his Epilogue to Alexander Werth's final book on post-war Russia: 'There is no period of time more essential to our understanding of the late twentieth-century world than the murky, fear-ridden, suspicious, power-haunted early post-war years and their reflection in the policies of the United States and the Soviet Union.'1 This essay looks into the 'murky' era from the point of view of one major member of the wartime Grand Alliance… 
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Decision in Germany
letter to Eden, fn.n 3 supra . A good summary of Foreign Service reform in this period can be found in the British Zone Review of
    Constitution and Functions of the German Economic Administration for the British Zone' in Military Government Gazette
    • Germany and Austria
    • 1945
    See comments by Richard Law and Harold Macmillan for example
    • Hereinafter referred to as Parl. Deb., Commons . 53
    Brockway, a left-wing British journalist, overheard this description on 6
      The hectare is a metric unit of area equal to 100 ares, or 10,000 square meters. One hectare is equivalent
      • Germany Under Direct Controls: Economic Aspects of Industrial Disarmament
      • 1964
      An influential book which described living conditions for Germans in the British Zone was written and published at this time in the United Kingdom by the noted left-wing publisher Victor Gollancz
      • 36. Balabkins, Germany Under Direct Controls
      • 1947
      Balabkins, Germany Under Direct Controls , 73. 26. Union of German Socialist Organizations in Great Britain
      • MSS
      • 1943