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America’s Germany

John J. McCloy and the Federal Republic of Germany

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ISBN 9780674432994

Publication Date: 02/01/1991

404 pages

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An impressive achievement in terms of both its scholarly quality and the breadth of its research effort… Schwartz’s study is comprehensive and rich in detail. It presents a great deal of new material and casts fresh light on aspects of the German–American relationship in the 1950s.—V. R. Berghahn

The time is long overdue for a major study of McCloy. This is it. By focusing on Germany, which McCloy was so influentially involved for most of his life, the author makes a significant contribution to the study of U.S.–European relations in a crucial period.—Gaddis Smith

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