|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Publications of the German Historical Institute Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.26(d)|
Table of Contents
1. Introduction Jeffry Diefendorf and Hermann Josef Rupieper; 2. Ripping holes in the Iron Curtain: the council of foreign relations and Germany, 1945-1950 Michael Wala; 3. US policy on a West German constitution Erich J. Hahn; 4. American policy toward German unification, 19490-1955 Hermann Josef Rupieper; 5. Marshall Plan and currency reform Christopher Buchheim; 6. American policy toward Germany and the integration of Europe, 1945-1955 Gunther Mai; 7. From Morgenthau Plan to Schuman Plan: America and the organization of Europe John Gillingham; 8. Return to normality: the United States and the Ruhr industry, 1945-1955 Werner Buhrer; 9. West German agriculture and the European recovery program, 1948-1952 Ulrich Kluge; 10. Science and technology in Postwar Germany John Gimbel; 11. American decentralization policy in the Ruhr coal industry Albert Diegmann; 12. Technology transfer and the emergence of the West German petrochemical industry, 1945-1955 Raymond G. Stokes; 13. A free university of Berlin: a German experiment in higher education, 1948-1961 James F. Trent; 14. Higgs and the unions in West Germany: a study of HICOG's labor policy toward Deutscher Gewerksschaftsbund (DGB), 1949-1952 Michael Fichter; 15. US military occupation, grass roots democracy, and local German government Rebecca Boehling; 16. German democratization as conservative restabilization: the impact of American policy Diethelm Prowe; 17. America and the rebuilding of urban Germany Jeffry Diefendorf; 18. US policy toward German veterans, 1945-1950 James M. Diehl; 19. Grand illusions: the US, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European defense community, 1950-1954 David C. Large; 20. The Federal Republic of Germany as a 'battlefield' in American Nuclear Strategy, 1953-1955; 21. The presence of American troops in Germany and German American relations, 1949-1956 Bruno Thoss; 22. John J. McCloy and the Landsberg cases Thomas Allen Schwartz; 23. Sources in German archives on the history of American policy toward Germany, 1945-1955 Josef Henke; 24. US High Commissioner for Germany and related records: sources for he history of the Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1949-1955 in the US National Archives and Records Administration Robert Wolfe.