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The Many Faces of Defeat

The German People's Experience in 1945

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Edward N. Peterson

This book examines the great variety of experiences of the German people at the end of World War II, beginning with the frightening bombings, the passage of armies, the imprisonment of soldiers and civilians, the troop occupation of each of five separate zones, plus Berlin and Königsberg, and their impact on the defeated. This experience ranged from a liberation from the SS, to an enormous relief that the war's killing was over, to the rapings of women, particularly in the east, to a massive looting and destruction, again worst in the east, and the expulsion of millions from their ancestral homes. The beginnings of recovery and self-government in the four zones, moving particularly quickly in the American zone. The fundamental result everywhere: Hunger.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY DOCUMENT COLLECTIONS British Foreign Office Papers (FO 371), Public Record Office; London National Archives (NA) Modem Military Records, OSS Files, Washington. State Department Papers. American Red Cross Papers Washington Record Center (WRC) War Department, USFET File, Suitland. Bundesarchiv, Koblenz Hauptstaatsarchiv, Stuttgart. Hauptstaatsarchiv Rheinland-Pflaz, Koblenz Staatsarchiv Detrnold Staatsarchiv Koblenz Stadtarchiv Mainz Stadtarchiv Bielefeld. Stadtarchiv Liibeck. Stadtarchiv Kiel. Institut fiir Zeitgeschichte, Miinchen. Hoover Institute, Stanford. LIBRARIES British Museum Library, London. Bibliothek fiir Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart Geschichte-Seminar, Universitat Mainz. Library of Congress University of Minnesota Library University of Wisconsin.Library BOOKS AND ARTICLES Ahrens, Wilfried. Verbrechen an Deutschen, Die Opfer im Osten. n.p.: 1979. Albert, Rudolf. Die Letzten und die ersten Tage. Bamberg: Frankischer Tag, 1953. Alexander, Joseph. In the Shadow: Three years in Moscow. Melbourne: Herald, 1949. Altman, Peter. Das Jahr 1945. Frankfurt: Rooerberg, 1980. Altner, Helmut. Totentanz Berlin. Offenbach: Bollwerk, 1947. Anderson, H. Foster. What I Saw in Poland. Windsor: Slough, 1946. Arbeitskreis Eifeler Museen, Notjahre der Eifel, 1944-49. Meckenheim: Warlich, 1983. Arntz, H.-Dieter. Kriegende 1944!45, Zwischen Ardennes und Rhein. Euskirchen: Kiimpel, 1984. A Woman in Berlin. Introduction by C.W. Ceram. New York: Harcourt, 1954. 352 Azema, Jean Pierre. From Munich to the Liberation, 1938-1944. London: Cambridge Univ.,1984. Bacque, James. "The Last Dirty Secret," Saturday Night. Toronto, Sept. 1989. ___ The Other Losses . Montreal: Stoddard, 1989. Bahrens, Kurt. Deutsche in Straflagern und Gefiingnissen der Sowjetunion. Volumes, III, V/l,VII. Mtinchen: Gieseking, 1965. Bahr, Ernst. Das Nordliche Westpreussen und Danzig nach 1945. Frankfurt, Metzner, 1960. ____ Ostpommern, 1945-55. Frankfurt: Metzner, 1957. Bardua, Heinz....

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