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The German Occupation of Belgium 1940-1944


Werner Warmbrunn

The study of German occupation policies during the Second World War and of the relation of the people in the occupied territories to these policies provides valuable insight into the political dynamics of World War II. This book describes the structure and activities of the German military administration in Belgium 1940-1944 against the background of the previous occupation of the country during the Second World War, and in comparison with German policies in neighboring Holland. It provides the reader with a precise description and analysis of German policies, draws comparisons between military and civilian (party) occupation regimes, and examines the moral issues faced by German commanders without sympathy for Nazi ideology and actions based on that ideology.


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Selected Abbreviations Employed in Notes and Bibliography AAPAB BAK CGS Politisches Archiv, Auswartiges Amt, Bonn. Bundesarchiv, Koblenz. Comite des Secretaires-Generaux. Committee of the Belgian Secretaries General. CREHSGMB Centre de recherches et d'etudes historiques de la seconde guerre mondiale, Brussels. DGFP HIAS IfZM IMT MAF MBBNF MVCh P.v.F. RvOA SD Documents on German Foreign Policy. Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford. Institut fiir Zeitgeschichte, Munich. International Military Tribunal, Nuremburg. Militararchiv/Bundesarchiv, Freiburg. Militarbefehlshaber fiir Belgien und Nord- frankreich. Chef der Militarverwaltung (in Belgien und N ordfrankreich). Record of the trial of General von Falken- hausen and of Eggert Reeder in Brussels 1950- 1951. Rijksinstituut Amsterdam. voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, Sicherheitsdienst. Intelligence Service of the S.S. This page intentionally left blank

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