The Morgenthau Plan by John Dietrich
Soviet Influence on Amer Postwar Policy

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This book traces the role of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury to President Roosevelt, in the planning for the postwar world, with close attention to the discussions leading up to the Second Quebec Conference where Winston Churchill's acceptance of the plan was obtained. It details the unspeakable consequences of the policies based on the plan, and their contribution to the postwar collapse of the European economy. Damning evidence shows that the Allies intentionally brought starvation and disease to large civilian populations.
 

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Published March 1, 2002 by Algora Pub. 198 pages
Genres: History, War, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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In the Aftermath of War ""The plan was designed to completely destroy the German economy, enslave millions of her citizens, and exterminate as many as 20 million people"": John Dietrich, who served six years in the Defense Intelligence Agency, takes a hard, revisionist look at American policy...

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