Forschen fur Stalin: Deutsche Fachleute in der Sowjetischen Rustungsindustrie, 1945-1958 (review)

@article{Zachmann2003ForschenFS,
  title={Forschen fur Stalin: Deutsche Fachleute in der Sowjetischen Rustungsindustrie, 1945-1958 (review)},
  author={Karin Zachmann},
  journal={Technology and Culture},
  year={2003},
  volume={44},
  pages={644 - 645}
}
  • K. Zachmann
  • Published 27 August 2003
  • History
  • Technology and Culture
Technology transfer belongs among the core topics of the history of technology. One of its most intriguing chapters is the transfer of Third Reich high technology to the victorious powers after World War II. Even before the end of the war, the Allies started a race for German know-how and signaled that the “hot” conflict would be followed by a “cold” war. How this race started, the different motives and strategies of the Allies, and the outcomes they attained—these are some of the questions… 
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