Germany


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  1. For previous related documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. i, pp. 100 ff.; see also ante, pp. 160 ff.

    Additional material on the German surrender is contained in Forrest C. Pogue, The Supreme Command, in the official Army history United States Army in World War II: The European Theater of Operations (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1954), pp. 475 ff.

  2. For documentation on efforts of the Department of State to prevent the return to the other American Republics of dangerous enemy aliens interned in the United States, see vol. ix .
  3. For documentation on negotiations in the European Advisory Commission for the establishment of an Allied Control Authority for Germany, see pp. 160 ff. For documentation on the technical arrangements preceding the first session of the Control Council, see Foreign Relations, The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945, vol. ii, pp. 1001 1006, 1023 1035.
  4. For documentation concerning participation by the United States in the work of the European Advisory Commission, which established the zones of occupation in Germany, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. i, pp. 100 ff.; also ante, pp. 1 ff. Documentation relating to the U.S. zone in Germany is contained in Foreign Relations, The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945, vols, i and ii.
  5. For additional documentation regarding participation by the United States in the work of the European Advisory Commission and in the Allied Control Council for Germany, see pp. 1 ff., and pp. 820 ff., respectively.
  6. For previous documentation relating to the policy of the United States with respect to diplomatic and consular property of enemy governments, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. i, pp. 1471 ff.
  7. For previous documentation regarding the United Nations Commission for the Investigation of War Crimes, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. i, pp. 1265 ff. For additional documentation, see Foreign Relations, The Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945, entries in index under War Criminals, p. 1030, and Report of Robert H. Jackson, United States Representative to the International Conference on Military Trials, London, 1945 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1949).
  8. For related documentation, see pp. 369 ff. See also Foreign Relations, The Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945, entries in Index under Germany: Reparations, p. 1005.
  9. For prior documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945, pages cited in indexes under Germany: German Navy and Merchant Marine, vol. i, p. 1067, and vol. ii, p. 1616.