At war’s end, all Allied nations looted Germany to the bones: all patents were taken by the Americans; the British, French and Russians dismantled almost the entire industry, leaving the German people with nothing with which to earn a living. (In the long run, though, the latter misdeed backfired, as the Germans simply built a new, more modern industry, which could easily outdo its conquerors.)
Documents in this category
||Kennedy’s 1945 Visit to Germany
||The Marshall Plan Hoax, Marshall Plan vs. Robbery, Murder, and Destruction? An Eternal Mockery of the Germans!
||After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation, Book Review
||The Morgenthau Plan and the Problem of Policy Perversion, Paper presented to the Ninth International Revisionist Conference
||Deutschland unter Allem: Lifting the Conquerors' Heels from Germany, Book Review