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The French Connection
The American Zone of Germany
The British Zone of Germany
Life in the Berlin Ruins
The Italian Interlude
Czechoslovakia between East and West
Scarred and Scared Scandinavia
The Beginnings of Benelux
Britain on the Brink
Cold Warriors at the War College
Note on Sources
Occupied South Germany
The Tug of War over Austria
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Page 242 - Dean Acheson, Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department (New York: WW Norton, 1969), p.
Page 10 - Marshall Plan' has been compared to a flying saucer — nobody knows what it looks like, how big it is, in what direction it is moving, or whether it really exists.
Page 243 - James B. Conant, My Several Lives, Memoirs of a Social Inventor (New York: Harper and Row, 1970). 4. Thomas P. Hughes, Chapter 2, this volume. 5. Warner R. Schilling, "Scientists, Foreign Policy, and Politics," in Robert Gilpin and Christopher Wright, eds., Scientists and National Policy Making (New York: Columbia University Press, 1964), cf.