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A Bibliography of Sources

Compiled by Jim Chorazy, Web Staff


The Cold War U.S. Army: Building Deterrence for Limited War, by Ingo Trauschweizer; University of Kansas Press; Lawrence, Kansas; 2008; 416 p.; ISBN 978-0-7006-1578-0.

Come as a Conqueror: The United States Army's Occupation of Germany, 1945-1949, by Franklin M. Davis, Jr.; Macmillan; New York; 1967; 271 p.

Remaking the Conquering Heroes: The Social and Geopolitical Impact of the Post-War American Occupation of Germany, by John Willoughby; Palgrave; New York; 2001; 187 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0312229518 & ISBN/ISSN 0312234007.

G.I.'s and Germans: Culture, Gender and Foreign Relations, 1945-1949, by Petra Goedde; Yale University Press; New Haven, CT; 2003; 280 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0300090226.

GIs and Fraeuleins: The German-American Encounter in 1950s West Germany, by Maria Hoehn; University of North Carolina Press; Chapel Hill & London; 2002; 337 p.; ISBN 0807827061; 0807853755.

Defenders or Intruders? The Dilemmas of U.S. Forces in Germany, by Daniel J. Nelson; Westview; Boulder, CO; 1987; 288 p.; ISBN 0813305012.

Nuclear Forces in Europe: Enduring Dilemmas, Present Prospects, by Leon V. Sigal; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1984; 181 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0815779046 & ISBN/ISSN 0815779038.

The Death and Life of Germany: An Account of the American Occupation, by Eugene Davidson; Knopf; New York; 1959; 422 p.

U.S. Ground Forces and the Defense of Central Europe, by William P. Mako; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1983; 137 p; ISBN/ISSN 0815754434.

A History of U.S. Military Forces in Germany, by Daniel J. Nelson; Westview; Boulder, CO; 1986; 250 p.; ISBN 0813373336.

United States Military Forces and Installations in Europe, by Simon Duke; Oxford University Press; Oxford & New York; 1989; 435 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0198291329.

NATO and the Warsaw Pact: A Combat Assessment, edited by Richard A. Gabriel; Greenwood Press; Westport, CT; 1983; 252 p.; ISBN 0313239037.

NATO and the Warsaw Pact: Force Comparisons, by NATO Information Service; Brussels, Belgium; 1984. [pages]

Tank War - Central Front NATO vs. Warsaw Pact, by Steven J. Zaloga; Oxford; Osprey Elite #26; 1989; 64 p.; ISBN 0850459044.

The Nuclear Question: The United States and Nuclear Weapons, 1946-1976, by Michael Mandelbaum, Cambridge University Press; Cambridge & New York; 1979; 277 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0521226813 & ISBN/ISSN 0521296145.

American Military in Europe: Controversy Over NATO Burden Sharing, by Christopher S. Raj; ABC Publication House; New Delhi; 1983; 380 p.

The American Military Occupation of Germany 1945-1953, by Oliver J. Frederiksen; USAREUR, Hist Div.; Darmstadt, Germany; 1953; 222 p.

The American Military Presence and Civil-Military Relations in Germany: A Guide to Sources in American and German Archives, edited by Theodor Scharnholz; German Historical Institute; Washington, D.C.; 2002; 186 p.

The American Occupation of Germany: Politics and the Military, 1945-1949, by John Gimbel; Stanford University Press; Palo Alto, CA; 1968; 335 p.

The American Occupation of Germany: Retreat to Victory, by Edward N. Peterson; Wayne State University Press; Detroit, MI; 1977; 376 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0814315887.

The Americanization of Germany, 1945-1949, by Ralph Willett; Routledge; London & New York; 1989; 151 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0415002877.

Americans as Proconsuls: United States Military Government in Germany and Japan, 1944-1952, edited by Robert Wolfe; Southern Illinois University Press; Carbondale, IL; 1984; 563 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0809311151.

Armies of NATO's Central Front, by David C. Isby and Charles Kamps Jr.; Jane's Publications; London & New York; 1985; 479 p.; ISBN/ISSN 071060341X.

Army of Hope, Army of Alienation: Culture and Contradiction in the American Army Communities of Cold War Germany, by John P. Hawkins; University of Alabama Press; Tuscaloosa, AL; 2005; 332p.; ISBN 0-8173-5174-4.

Decision in Germany, by Lucius D. Clay; Doubleday; Garden City, NY; 1950; 522 p.

Documents on Germany Under Occupation, 1945-1954
, by Beate Ruhm von Oppen; Oxford; New York; 1955; 660 p.; LCCN 56000372.

A German Community Under American Occupation: Marburg, 1945-52, by John Gimbel; Stanford University Press; 1961; 259 p.

Germany and NATO, by John A. Reed, Jr.; National Defense University Press; Washington, D.C.; U.S. Govt. Print Off.; 1987; 265 p.

The Nature and Practice of Flexible Response: NATO Strategy and Theater Nuclear Forces since 1967, by Ivo H. Daalder; Columbia University Press; New York; 1991; 411 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0231075200.

The Papers of General Lucius D. Clay: Germany, 1945-1949, edited by Jean Edward Smith; Indiana University Press; Bloomington, IN; 1974; 1210 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0253342880.

The Senate and US Troops in Europe, by Phil Williams; St. Martin's Press; New York; 1985; 315 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0312713002.

Strategic Implications of the All Volunteer Force: The Conventional Defense of Central Europe, by Kenneth J. Coffey; University of North Carolina Press; Chapel Hill, NC; 1979; 210 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0807840572 & ISBN/ISSN 0807814032.

The U.S. Army in the Occupation of Germany, 1944-1946, by Earl Frederick Ziemke; Center of Military History; United States Army; Washington, D.C.; U.S. Govt. Print. Off.; 1975; 477 p.

U.S. Military Forces in Europe: The Early Years, 1945-1970, by Simon Duke & Wolfgang Krieger; Westview; Boulder, CO; 1992; 400 p.; ISBN 0813384052.

U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe: Issues and Alternatives, by Jeffrey Record; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1974; 70 p.; ISBN/ISSN 081577365X.

U.S. Occupation in Europe after World War II: Papers and Reminiscences from the April 23-24, 1976 Conference Held at the George C. Marshall Research Foundation, Lexington, Virginia, edited by Hans A. Schmitt; Regents Press of Kansas; Lawrence, KS; 1978; 172 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0700601783 & ISBN/ISSN 0700601793.

U.S. Troops in Europe: Issues, Costs, and Choices, by John Newhouse, with Melvin Croan, Edward R. Fried, and Timothy W. Stanle; Brookings Institution; Washington. D.C.; 1971; 177 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0815760469 & 081576045.

The United States Army in Europe, 1953-63, by D. J. Hickman; HQ, USAREUR; 1964; 285 p.

U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War, 1948-1973, by Shelby L. Stanton; Stackpole Books; Mechanicsburg, PA; 1994; 273 p.; ISBN 0811718212.

The United States in Germany, 1944-1955, by Harold Zink; Van Nostrand; Princeton, NJ; 1957; 374 p.

USAREUR: The United States Army in Europe, by Michael Skinner; Presidio Press; Novato, CA; The Presidio Power Series; Landpower #3003; 1989; 130 p.; ISBN 0891413111.

USAREUR: United States Army in Europe, by Michael Jerchel; Concord Publications; #2011; Hong Kong; 1991; 96 p.; ISBN: 9623619111.

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