Many people are familiar with World War II Germany, but far fewer are aware of the aftermath of war in the occupied country. The war crimes trials are well known, but less discussed is the poor treament of the defeated Germans by their conquerors, the forced repatriation of Russian refugees by the other three Allies, the vice and corruption among the occupying powers, and the failure of denazification. All these topics and others are surveyed by Botting in this popularly oriented and very readable book. Although the ground has been covered before, this treatment makes it accessible to the general reader. Recommended for public and academic libraries. Pat Ensor, Indiana State Univ. Lib., Terre Haute
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