Endnotes for Chapter XXV

1 SHAEF, Standard Policy and Procedure for Combined Civil Affairs Operations in North West Europe, 1 May 44, in Admin Hist Collection, ETOUSA, Nr. 146, G-5 CA.

2 SHAEF, Office of the CofS, to Hqs, AGps 21, 12, 6, sub: Directive for Military Government of Germany Prior to Defeat or Surrender, 9 Nov 44, in AFHQ G-5, Directives, Military Government of Germany.

3 Dept of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, FM 41-5, etc., Joint Manual for Civil Affairs, Nov 66, p. 26.

4 Hqs, Dept of the Army, FM 41-10, Civil Affairs Operation, Oct 66, p. 2.

5 JCS 1067/8, Directive to Commander in Chief of U.S. Forces of Occupation regarding the Military Government of Germany, 26 Apr 45, in OPD, ABC 387, Germany, sec. 4-D.

6 Donnison, Civil Affairs and Military Government in Northwest Europe, p. 461.

7 Hqs, Dept of the Army, CAD, Reports and Analysis Br, Civil Affairs and Military Government, Background Summary, 1948, in CMH file H 13-2.3.

8 By 1949, the Spruchkammern in the U.S. zone had heard a total of 950,126 cases. Fuerstenau, Entnazifizierung, p. 228.

9 OMGUS, Econ Div, A Year of Potsdam, in CMH file WAR-10, GER-POT.

10 Fuerstenau, Entnazifizierung, pp. 228-30.

11 FM 41-10, Civil Affairs Operation, p. 2-2.

12 Hist Rpt, Det D-309, 24 Jun 46, in OMGUS 80-2/10.

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