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The Morgenthau Plan 1944-1945

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In the summer of 1944 the U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry R. Morgenthau, Jr. and Assistant Secretary Harry Dexter White devised the Morgenthau Plan, more formally known as the Treasury Plan for the Treatment of Germany. Morgenthau was outraged by the Nazi Holocaust, details of which were just becoming known in Washington DC, and seemed to be looking for revenge. He visited ...more
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published March 2nd 2010 by Focal Point Publications (first published 1986)
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compelling insight on fascist tendencies of British and American administration, including people like Eisenhower and Churchill! not a very digestible for people with strong notions, but true nonetheless. tells heartbreaking story of Nazi behavior and intentions of 'western civilized democracies'
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