For further information on German-Americans during World War II and the reconstruction of Germany after the War, please consult the following resources.
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Books and Articles

American Historical Association. Historical Services Board. Can the Germans Be Re-Educated? Madison, Wis.: United States Armed Forces Institute, 1945.

Diefendorf, Jeffry M. In the Wake of War: The Reconstruction of German Cities After World War II. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

Ellwood, David W. Rebuilding Europe: Western Europe, America, and Postwar Reconstruction. New York: Longman, 1992.

Frazier, Tom and Delphine Frazier. Between the Lines. Oakland, California: Regent Press, 2001.

Hilton, Ella E. Schneider. Displaced Person: A Girl’s Life in Russia, Germany, and America. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2004.

Holian, Timothy J. The German-Americans and World War II: An Ethnic Experience. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.

Samuel, Wolfgang, W.E. German Boy: A Refugee’s Story. Jackson, Mississippi: University of Mississippi Press, 2000.

Tolzmann, Don Heinrich, ed. “The World War Two Experience: The Internment of German-Americans,” vol. IV of German-Americans in the World Wars. Munich: K.G. Saur, 1995.

WKRC and The Cincinnati Times-Star, Problems of Peace: A Radio Forum of Constructive Post-War Planning for Peace, Section III Cincinnati: WKRC, Cincinnati Times-Star, 1944


Online Resources

German History in Documents and Images. (accessed 15 May 2009).

Archival Collections at the University of Cincinnati

George E. Armstrong Photograph Collection, GA-08-02

Gerhard R. Schade Papers, GA-06-03

Helmecke family papers, GA-09-04

World War II American Propaganda, US-81-15