University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
The History Collection

A year of Potsdam, the German economy since the surrender

Source:

Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Military Governor
A year of Potsdam, the German economy since the surrender
[n.p.]: Lithographed by the adjutant general, OMGUS, [1945]
217 p., 1 l. incl. illus. (incl. ports.) tables, diagrs.

URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/History.YearPotsdam

Search for word or phrase within this work:   

Contents

[Cover] A year of Potsdam

Errata -- "a year of Potsdam"

[Title page] A year of Potsdam, pp. 1-2

Table of contents, pp. 3-[4]

Organization of the economics division, p. 5

U.S.A. in Germany, Clay, Lucius D., Lt. Gen. pp. 6-[7]

A year of Potsdam, Draper, William H., Jr. pp. 8-11

Basic objectives of military government, p. 12

The four power economic occupation of Germany, p. 13

Story of the economics directorate, Falco, Tom pp. 14-[21]

The industrial disarmament of Germany, pp. 22-33

The reparations program, pp. 34-46

Economic conditions in the U.S. zone, part one: food and agriculture, p. 47

How 17,000,000 Germans are fed, pp. 48-74

Economic conditions in the U.S. zone, part two: industrial conditions, p. 75

Economic milestones June 1945 - August 1946, pp. 76-79

A year of industry in the U.S. zone, pp. 80-85

Economic administration in the U.S. zone, pp. 86-92

Central agencies: a statement of U.S. policy, p. 93

Coal: cornerstone of the economy, pp. 94-99

Metals, pp. 100-105

Oil, pp. 106-111

Public utilities, pp. 112-119

Building materials, pp. 120-127

Machinery and optics, pp. 128-131

Chemicals, pp. 132-135

Consumer goods, pp. 136-143

Price control and rationing, pp. 144-150

Germany in the world economic picture, p. 151

Export - import program, pp. [152]-161

Inter-zonal trade, pp. 162-166

Restitution, p. 167

Germany's loot being returned to owners, pp. 168-175

Stolen art treasures on their way back, pp. 176-184

Reparations, deliveries and restitution directorate, pp. 185-186

Decartelization and control, p. 187

The state within a state, pp. 188-196

Research as a war potential, pp. 197-198

Control of German industry, pp. 199-200

The economic aspects of denazification, pp. 201-203

Appendix: excerpts from the Potsdam Agreement, pp. 204-207

The plan for reparations and the level of post-war German economy in accordance with the Berlin Protocol, pp. 207-215

Deputy directors and branch chiefs, pp. 216-217 ff.

[Cover] German economy since the surrender


Go up to Top of Page