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98–108; and Thomas Alan Schwartz, America’s Germany: John J. : Harvard University Press, 1991, pp. 19–24. 6 America’s Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq mantle the Nazi state apparatus, prosecute war criminals, and rebuild the German state with people untainted by the Nazi regime. This would be a massive undertaking, and it was unclear what type of reception Allied efforts along these lines would receive. Democratization Germany had some experience with democracy in the years prior to World War II.
Sector despite significant personnel turnover resulting from rapid demobilization. 16 ______________ 13James J. : Texas A&M University Press, 2002, p. 75. 14Ziemke (1975), pp. 334–335, 339–341. There were approximately 16 million Germans in the American sector. 15Carafano (2002), p. 75. 16James M. Snyder, The Establishment and Operations of the United States Constabu- lary, 3 October 1945–30 June 1947, Historical subsection C-3, United States Constabulary, 1947. See also Oakley, Dziedzic, and Goldberg (1998), pp.
25 In the long run, this morepractical policy helped lead to a more-thorough repudiation of Nazi policies by the German populace and eliminated remaining support for the return of such an autocratic regime. Until 1949, the military governments ran their respective sectors. 26 The Potsdam Conference called for the establishment of local self-government “on democratic principles and in particular through elective councils as rapidly as is consistent with military security and the purposes of military occupation,” with later extensions of authority to regional and state administrations.
America's role in nation-building: from Germany to Iraq, Issue 1753 by James Dobbins