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The governmental affairs cultural exchange program, Civil Administration Division, as of 20 December 1948 for period 1 July 1948-30 June 1949

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Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Office of Military Government. Civil Administration Division
The governmental affairs cultural exchange program, Civil Administration Division, as of 20 December 1948 for period 1 July 1948-30 June 1949
Berlin: [s.n.], [1949?]
ii, 73 p. ; 33 cm.

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Contents

[Title page] The governmental affairs cultural exchange program

Foreword, Litchfield, Edward H.

Table of contents, pp. i-ii

I. Introduction, pp. [1]-2

II. Basic objectives of the cultrual exhange program of the civil administration division, p. 3

III. Methods of accomplishing objectives, pp. [4]-14

IV. Administration, pp. 15-17

V. Program costs, pp. 18-21 ff.

Appendix a: projects for U. S. and continental experts visiting Germany

Institute of public affairs, pp. 22-24

Survery of the civic life in the German community, p. 25

Civil liberties in a democracy, p. 26

Civil service, pp. 27-28

German society for personnel administration, pp. 29-30

Legislative organization and procedure, pp. 31-32

Problems of federalism, pp. 33-34

Politcal parties and election systems, pp. 35-37

Training for public administration, p. 38

Survey of land ministries, p. 39

German municipal associations, p. 40

Exercise of governmental power by non-governmental organizations, p. 41

Factors retarding assimilation of refugees, p. 42

Rehabilitation of refugees, p. 43

Police administration and techniques, p. 44

Medical and public health practices, p. 45

Mental health practices, p. 46

Training in social work, p. 47

Child welfare services, p. 48

Maternal and child health and welfare surveys, p. 49

Public reporting, p. 50

Introduction of social science into German universities, pp. 51-53 ff.

Appendix b: projects for Germans going to the United States

Visits of German officials from state, and when established, federal government, pp. 54-55

Visits of German police administrators, pp. 56-59

Visits of public health officials, pp. 60-61

Visits of public welfare officials, pp. 62-63

Visits of legislators, pp. 64-65

Visits of local government officials, pp. 66-69

Visits of personnel admistrators, pp. 70-71

Democracy orientation courses, pp. 72-73


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