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Rearming Germany: An Essay On Books And Sources

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As this book is meant to be more of an introduction to the subject of German rearmament than a comprehensive history, it is appropriate for the editors to provide a brief essay on the best primary and secondary sources available to help any students who wish to pursue facets of this subject in detail. There is an extensive body of American documents that deals with the rearmament of Germany. The major places to look are in the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri, and the Eisenhower Presidential Library in Abilene, Kansas. In examining the internal policies of the Bundeswehr, the first place to begin is with the author of Innere Fuehrung, Count Wolf von Baudissin.

Keywords: Bundeswehr; Germany



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