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Endnotes for Chapter V

1 Donnison, CA-MG, Central Organization and Planning, p. 192.

2 Hqs, U.S. First Army, Office of Civil Affairs, sub: Control of Typhus Fever, 12 May 44, in SHAEF G-5, 17.16.

3 EO 9285, 24 Dec 42.

4 SHAEF, Standard Policy and Procedure, par. 115.

5 SHAEF G-5, Opns Br, Hist Sec, Chronology of Civil Affairs-Military Government, May 41-6 Jun 44, 2 Dec 44, p. 26, in SHAEF G-5, 60, Jacket 1.

6 USFET, General Board, Study No. 36, Civil Affairs and Military Government Activities in Connection with Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives, 11 May 46, in Hist Div, Hqs, ETO, 97-USF 5-03.0.

7 Ibid.

8 Ibid.

9 Coles and Weinberg, Soldiers Become Governors, p. 417.

10 USFET, General Board, Study No. 36.

11 Ibid.

12 Coles and Weinberg, Soldiers Become Governors, p. 864.

13 USFET, General Board, Study No. 36.

14 AG (SHAEF G-5, 751) to GOC 21st AGp, CG U.S. 1st AGp, Allied Naval Commander, Exped Force, Air CinC, Allied Exped Forces, sub Preservation of Historical Monuments, 26 May 44, in SHAEF G-5, 10.

15 SHAEF G-5, Hist Div, Historical Statement of the German Country Unit, Aug 44, in SHAEF G-5, 60, jacket 10.

16 Memo, CCAC, Director to Civil Affairs Division, sub: Problems of Occupation of Germany, 27 Feb 44, in ASW 370.8.

17 Cable, SHAEF to CCAC, sub: The Administrative System of Germany and Some Problems of Occupation, 10 Feb 44, in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 7-A.

18 CCAC 69, Proposed Cable, CCS to SCAEF [no date], in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 7-A.

19 Ltr, JCS to Sec of State, JCS 623, Appendix B, 18 Dec 43, in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 1-A.

20 JCS 723, Administration of MG in Germany Occupation Period, 22 Feb 44, in SHAEF G-5, 30.

21 History of the CAD, bk. VI, p. 18.

22 Ibid., p. 19.

23 Min, CCAC 26th Meeting, 16 Mar 44, in SHAEF G-5, 3-A.

24 Cable, Gov 15 (CCAC 69/2), 19 Mar 44, in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 7-A.

25 Analysis Sheet, SHAEF G-5, Hist Sec, sub Directive for MG in Germany Prior to Defeat or Surrender, 6 May 44, in SHAEF G-5, 1-A.

26 CCAC 69/5 [CCS 551], Directive for Military Government in Germany Prior to Defeat or Surrender, 28 Apr 44, in CCS 383.21 (2-22-44), sec. 1.

27 Min, CCAC, 27th Meeting (1 Apr 44) and 28th Meeting (13 Apr 44) , 1 and 15 Apr 44, in SHAEF G-5, 3-A.

28 CCAC 69/8, Directive for Military Government in Germany Prior to Defeat or Surrender, 31 May 44, in CCS 383.21 (2-22-44), sec. 1.

29 (1) Memo, Dir, CAD, sub: Civilian Relief in Germany, 19 Jul 44, in SHAEF G-5, 3-A. (2) Cable, CCS to SHAEF, 19 Aug 44, in CCS 383.21 (2-22-44) , sec. 2.

30 Cable, Stettiius to Sec of State, 13 Apr 44, in USFET SGS 091.412.

31 Ltr, E. R. Stettinius to Hon Wm. Phillips, 11 May 44, in USFET SGS 371.

32 The JCS had urged that because the Nazi propaganda interpretation of unconditional surrender was bolstering the German will to resist, Allied propaganda should "stress that ordinary Germans will be given a chance to live normal lives." (1) JCS 718, Effect of "Unconditional Surrender" Policy on German People, 19 Feb 44, in CCS 387 (12-17-43) , sec. 2. (2) Memo, JCS for the President, 25 Mar 44, in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 3.

33 Memo, F. D. R. for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1 Apr 44, in OPD, ABC 387, sec. 3.


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