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Our love affair with Germany

Author: Hans Habe
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1953]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This is an up-to-date, informed survey of what has happened, and why it has happened, in Germany since the war [World War II] ... The author discusses the leading personalities of the new Germany--Adenauer and the late Kurt Schumacher and their associates, and such men as Generals Remer and Ramcke, who are the spearheads of the back-to-Hitler movement. He gives accounts of his relations with Eisenhower, Clay,  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Habe, Hans, 1911-1977.
Our love affair with Germany.
New York, Putnam [1953]
(OCoLC)561961562
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Habe
OCLC Number: 699611
Description: 247 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Unconditional surrender --
Justice or rape --
The children of occupation --Commissars and commissaries --
The big swindle --
The Fuehrer as scapegoat --
Russian occupation and psychology --
On the positive side --
Tunneling underground --
The new leaders --
Dailies vs. weeklies --
Personal story --
Anti-Semitism without Jews --
The hope of Germany --
The fatal error --
Inside re-militarized Germany --
The heroic peninsula --
The legend of Pastor Niemoeller --
The nation of poets and thinkers --
Germany's drawing rooms --
The lives of Hans, Karl and Wilhelm --
Our love affair with Germany --
A policy for Germany.
Responsibility: Hans Habe.

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"This is an up-to-date, informed survey of what has happened, and why it has happened, in Germany since the war [World War II] ... The author discusses the leading personalities of the new Germany--Adenauer and the late Kurt Schumacher and their associates, and such men as Generals Remer and Ramcke, who are the spearheads of the back-to-Hitler movement. He gives accounts of his relations with Eisenhower, Clay, McCloy and other U.S. officials and sharply criticizes many of their decisions and policies. He gives a first-hand description of the process by which nationalistic and Nazi elements have taken over the German press and political parties in spite of the good intentions of the Bonn government ... Our Love Affair With Germany should be a must book for military and government officials and serious students of world affairs ... Hans Habe ... was with the U.S. Military Intelligence when our armies entered Germany, and played an important part in the attempt to reestablish a democratic press during the occupation."--Jacket.

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