Military government weekly information bulletin
Number 74 (January 1947)
[Highlights of policy], pp. -18 PDF (8.7 MB)
The progress of Military Government in Germany is clearly illustrated by the day- to-day, week-to-week, and month-to-month situations and developments in the US- occupied areas. A review of the past year, as compiled from official MG reports, is presented here. JANUARY Total of 1,534,439 pupils enrolled in schools in US Zone, 213,415 of 6 to 14 years not yet in school. Eleven general unions and 23 trade or industrial unions with 40,000 members in Greater Hesse; 22 general unions and 15 trade or industrial unions with 122,000 mem- bers in Wuerttemberg-Baden. Ninty-three percent of main line trackage in Zone in operation. Allied Control Council decides production capacity of steel industry left in Germany should be 7,500,000 ingot tons, allowable production of steel not to exceed 5,800,000 ingot tons in any future year. Coordinating Council signs Order No. 2 for confiscation and surrender of arms and ammunition to enfore disarmament of the. The 23 defendants at the first session of Military Tribunal No. 1 which convened in Nuremberg, 21 November.
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