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Germany is Our Problem - A Plan for Germany

By: Morgenthau, Henry Jr. [Signed]

Price: $9,500.00

Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 134H4082

ISBN: B0006AQNBO

Condition: Good


B0006AQNBO Signed and inscribed by FDR's Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau Jr. [1891-1967], to his first cousin once removed, James Frank Jr. The infamous Morgenthau Plan charted a course for Germany post WWII intended to revert it to a pastoral state. Senator Henrick Shipstead denounced is as "America's eternal monument of shame, for the destruction of the German people." - Congressional Record, Senate, May 15, 1946, p.5039. "The punishment policy deeply betrayed the will of the American people against indiscriminate vengeance, which had been demonstrated in the nationwide condem... View more info

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Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1938 - Stanley Reed Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823G0184

Condition: Good


44 pages. Cover: Stanley Forman Reed Contents: President Pats Business and Slaps Holding Companies: Out of Muddle Emerges Vague Hope of Business-Labor Council; Stanley Reed, Success at Law; 'Watchdog': Comptroller General's Bark Arouses Morgenthau; Father (James R.) Cox: Poor Man's Priest Runs Afoul of Federal Law; (Rush Dew) Holt vs. (F. Roy) Yoke: Youngest Senator Suffers Greatest Humiliation; France: Strikes, Money Chaos Undermine the Popular Front - Moderate Leaders Suspect Communists Plan a Coalition Leading to Soviet State; British Generals: More Youngsters Promoted in Army's Re... View more info

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The high cost of vengeance

By: Utley, Freda

Price: $2,500.00

Publisher: Chicago, H. Regnery Co: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 112H4040

ISBN: B0007DO0J2

Condition: Good


B0007DO0J2 310 pages. Utley was posted to Germany as a Reader's Digest correspondent in 1948. Here she relates her controversial observations of that devastated post-war nation. "An excellent, readable, well-documented account of the cruelties, and of the disasters, to victors and vanquished alike, which resulted from the application of the slightly modified Stalin-White-Morgenthau Plan to conquered Germany after 1945." - STIMELY p.61. Joseph Halow, an American court reporter at the Dachau War Crimes Trials, cites this book in his work, Innocent at Dachau. Average overall wear. ... View more info