The Role of the United States in the reconstruction of Italy and West Germany, 1943-1949
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The Role of the United States in the reconstruction of Italy and West Germany, 1943-1949 papers presented at a German-Italian Colloquium held at the John F. Kennedy-Institut für Nordamerikastudien, Berlin, June 1980

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Published by John F. Kennedy-Institut fur̈ Nordamerikastudien, Freie Universität Berlin in Berlin .
Written in English



  • Italy,
  • Germany (West)


  • Reconstruction (1939-1951) -- Italy -- Congresses.,
  • Reconstruction (1939-1951) -- Germany (West) -- Congresses.,
  • Economic assistance, American -- Italy -- Congresses.,
  • Economic assistance, American -- Germany (West) -- Congresses.,
  • Italy -- History -- Allied occupation, 1943-1947 -- Congresses.,
  • Germany (West) -- History -- Congresses.

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Statementintroduced and edited by Ekkehart Krippendorff.
SeriesMaterialien / John F. Kennedy-Institut für Nordamerikastudien, Freie Universität Berlin ;, 16, Materialien (John F. Kennedy-Institut für Nordamerika-studien) ;, 16.
ContributionsKrippendorff, Ekkehart., John F. Kennedy-Institut für Amerika-Studien.
LC ClassificationsD829.I8 R64 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination349 p. ;
Number of Pages349
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3876991M
ISBN 103886460037
LC Control Number81201772

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