Wartime Origins of the Berlin Dilemma

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Wartime Origins of the Berlin Dilemma

By Daniel J. Nelson
University of Alabama Press, 1978
219 pp. $11.95

A brief examination of the European Advisory Commission which in 1944-45 sought to coordinate Big Three policies for postwar Germany. The EAC was hobbled by governmental suspicion, especially by Roosevelt's reluctance to give U.S. representatives the necessary instructions and authority. Much of the work is informed by the author's close contact with Philip Mosely, who was a U.S. member of the EAC.

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