Morgenthau's Plan for Industrial Disarmament in Germany

  title={Morgenthau's Plan for Industrial Disarmament in Germany},
  author={F. Gareau},
  journal={Political Research Quarterly},
  pages={517 - 534}
  • F. Gareau
  • Published 1961
  • Political Science
  • Political Research Quarterly
M UCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN about the inception and the early history of the Morgenthau Plan, and even the most casual observer who has witnessed the present restless activity in the Ruhr or who has glanced at statistics on recent German industrial achievements realizes that no ambitious industry-destroying program has been implemented in Western Germany. Yet no one, so far as the present writer is aware, has attempted to give an account of the development of the Morgenthau Plan to tell the story of… Expand
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