THE OCCUPATION: It's Got to Work

(See Cover) At last the victors met the German people. Not the Nazi Party, not the horror-masters of Buchenwald and Dachau, not the General Staff and the Wehrmacht, not Krupp's and I. G. Farbenindustrie, but the people, from whom all the evil and the vigor sprang.

The first consequence of this meeting was somewhat disturbing to the conquerors. In the inevitable amnesia of war, they had forgotten that they were fighting a people. It was easy to consider the German evil when Germany consisted of a tyrant and his tyrannies, of an army...

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