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Title Transforming occupation in the western zones of Germany : politics, everyday life and social interactions, 1945-55 / edited by Camilo Erlichman & Christopher Knowles.

Published London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource () : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Part One Contextualizing Occupation; 1 Introduction: Reframing Occupation as a System of Rule; Military occupation as a dynamic power relationship; From high politics to social interactions: Historiography; Five perspectives on the occupation of the western zones; A comparative approach to the study of military occupation; Notes; 2 Preoccupied: Wartime Training for Post-War Occupation in the United States, 1940-5; Civilians or soldiers? The origins of the School of Military Government.
Charlottesville and the shadow of ReconstructionPrivileged fictions; Notes; 3 Benign Occupations: The Allied Occupation of Germany and the International Law of Occupation; Hostages; Food; Regime transformation; Conclusion; Notes; Part Two The Past in the Present: Transitional Justice and Managing the Nazi Legacy; 4 Transitional Justice? Denazification in the US Zone of Occupied Germany; Denazification planning and practice in the US Zone; German responses to denazification; Concluding thoughts; Notes.
5 The Allied Internment of German Civilians in Occupied Germany: Cooperation and Conflict in the Western Zones, 1945-9The internment policies of the western powers; The practice of internment in the western zones; Interactions between the occupiers and the occupied; Conclusion; Notes; 6 What Do You Do with a Dead Nazi? Allied Policy on the Execution and Disposal of War Criminals, 1945-55; Anticipating death sentences for major war criminals; Zonal trials and variations; The British Zone; The US and French Zones; In search of a four-power agreement; Reflections; Notes.
Part Three Doing Occupation: Image and Reality7 'My Home, Your Castle': British Requisitioning of German Homes in Westphalia; Westphalia as British headquarters; The procedure of requisitioning; The arrival of British families in the zone; Difficult relationships; Interactions: Fighting, talking, compromise; Conclusion; Notes; 8 Game Plan for Democracy: Sport and Youth in Occupied West Germany; Sport for democracy; Sport exchanges; Conclusion; Notes; 9 Occupying the Environment: German Hunters and the American Occupation; American hunting; German hunting; Hunting in occupied Germany, 1945-7.
From Reichsjagdgesetz to Bayerisches Jagdgesetz, 1947-9Conclusion; Notes; Part Four Experiencing Occupation: Daily Life and Personal Relationships; 10 The Sexualized Landscape of Post-War Germany and the Politics of Cross-Racial Intimacy in the US Zone; A racially segregated occupation; The black market; Wannsee: The politics of cross-racial bathing; Nuremberg: Of all places; Conclusion; Notes; 11 Shared Spaces: Social Encounters between French and Germans in Occupied Freiburg, 1945-55; Franco-German encounters in Freiburg; Public spaces; The street; Semi-public spaces; The pub; The tram.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 10, 2018).
Other author Erlichman, Camilo, editor.
Knowles, Christopher, editor.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Military occupation.
Germany -- History -- 1945-1955.
Germany -- Social conditions -- 1945-1955.
Germany (West) -- History.
Local series Proquest Ebook Central
ISBN 9781350049239 (electronic bk.)
1350049239 (electronic bk.)

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