U.S. Policy and German Scientists: The Early Cold War
John Gimbel reflects on the controversy over the American evacuation of some German scientists and technicians and their families from the Soviet zone of occupation in 1945.
Lucius D. Clay: An American Life, Jean Edward Smith Reviewed by John Gimbel
The American Exploitation of German Technical Know-How after World War II, John Gimbel
Germany Through American Eyes: Foreign Policy and Domestic Issues, Gale A. Mattox and John H. Vaughan, Jr. Reviewed by John Gimbel
The Collapse of the Grand Alliance 1945-1948, James L. Gormly Reviewed by John Gimbelmore by this author
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