The Wartime Alliance and the Zonal Division of Germany
By Tony Sharp
Oxford University Press, 1975, 220 pp.
A detailed study of the intricate negotiations among and within the Allied states concerning the demarcation of zones in Germany. The study, based in part on new evidence from the British Cabinet Papers, sets the political discussion against the military realities of the time and reveals the many incidental worries that conditioned planning, such as Britain's concern about an early American withdrawal from the Continent. A fine monograph.