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What did actually happen to Germany in the years AFTER 1945

Jerzy Ulicki-Rek

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All barbaric acts aimed against the civilian population have to be condemned.

No matter if the victims were Poles,Russian or Germans.

We can't however forget that it was Germany together with -controlled by Jews-Russia-who attacked Poland in 1939.

In due course all nations lost:Poles,Germans,Russians.

Poles lost the most patriotic and educated part of it's population.Old and young.

Some were extermiatated during German occupation,some after the war when Poland come under the heel of Jewish regime masked as "communism".

Poles lost a large part of the territory in the east and got the "compensation in form of the land which belonged to Germany before the war.

Russians lost millions of people,mostly young man .Young man who will never father a white,Russian, child.

Article bellow it talking about the Germany losses.

Jerzy Ulicki-Rek


What did actually happen to Germany in the years AFTER 1945 (“PEACE TIME”)?

1. LOSS of TERRITORY: About 40 % of the German populated areas within the prewar borders of Germany were given to Poland, CSR, even the Soviet Union,

or forced into separation (Austria).

2. EXPULSION: 20 million Germans were expelled from their homes, houses, farms in Eastern parts of Germany or areas in East Europe.

They were killed, forced into concentration camps, forced labor and survivors deported to the West.

3. MURDER and RAPE: During the process of expulsion, 3 million German civilians were killed in unforgettable atrocities. Around two million girls and women were raped.

4. PRISONERS of WAR: Three million POW’s were killed, mostly by deliberate starvation, one million in the “Eisenhower annihilation camps” ( )

5. FORCED LABOR: Millions of German POW’s were subjected to forced labor in many countries including those of the Western Allies.

Around one million German civilians, men and women, were gathered on the streets and deported for forced labor..

6. STARVATION: Deliberate starvation of the German population that had survived the bombing raids by a range of harsh and cruel measures of the Allied forces,

especially the Americans. 6,5 million German died from starvation and exhaustion from 1945 until 1950.

7. “PAPERCLIP”: All German patents and trademarks were robbed.

Allied transports of patent specifications, proprietary drawings, formulas of dyes, medicaments, synthetic materials, work drawings, prototypes,

proprietary specifications of technical procedures amounted to many shiploads. Many scientists were deported or “invited” to work in the Allied countries.

8. GOLD and ARTS: The German Gold reserves were stolen and transported to the US. The wealth of German museums as well as private property was robbed.

9. DE-INDUSTRIALIZATION: The German factories that had survived the bombing raids were dismantled (“DEMONTAGE”) and blown up until after 1950 including all branches,

even factories producing watches, toys or china.

Roosevelt’s Catos

Peter Stuyvesant


Today we can hardly imagine that 65 years ago the victorious Allies were in the process of dismembering Germany, tearing down its economy

and starving out its population. Older Germans remember the postwar winter of 1946/1947 as a dreadful hunger winter. In his book The German

Question and the Origins of the Cold War (Milan 2008) Nicolas Lewkowicz notes that Germany was given the most comprehensive treatment ever

dispensed to a vanquished nation in the modern history of the international political system. (p. 11) The question is how this treatment came to be

and which forces played a pivotal role in these developments.

In 1942 the war was far from decided as German submarines were cruising the American Eastcoast and German tanks were relentlessly advancing in

Russia and Africa. This did not stop (or maybe actually encouraged) Jewish exiles from dreaming about Germanys demise after the war. Tens

of thousands of Jewish exiles from Germany had found refuge in New York and even had their own newspaper Aufbau (German word for build-up).

They were not sitting idle awaiting the end of hostilities, but were active in canvassing the public opinion to lobby for imposing a hard

peace on Germany. The most active and outspoken among them was Emil Cohn, better known under his German pen name Emil Ludwig.

Cohn delivered an important speech in New York in 1942, which was noted in the New YorkTimes (6thof July 1942) and printed in Aufbau (July

24th1942): “Was soll mit Deutschland geschehen?” (“What should happen with Germany?”). Ludwig advocated that Germany should be totally

occupied and not be able to exercise self-government for a long time. Germany should go through a “probation” and should be “re-educated”.

The date of these long standing suggestions is important, since the allegation, Germany had murdered millions of convicts of the

concentration camps, which could never be proven by forensic evidence, claims, the beginning of the mass murder lied in June 1942.

Another contributor to Aufbau, Manfred George, made no secret about his primary allegiance when he noted in Aufbau (March 19th 1943) that

onetime German-speaking Jews consider this problem [of Germanys fate after the war] as Jews and not as Germans. There were many similar

voices but Cohn was not a mere commentator as he was summoned to testify before the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of

Representatives on March 26 1943. He proposed a partition of Germany and a long period of Allied control. In order to spread his radical

ideas among the American public he published a book with the title “How To Treat The Germans” (New York: Willard, 1943).

Note that there is no question mark in the title.

In Jewish circles there was little room for a distinction between National-Socialist policies and the German people, which was contrary

to the American public opinion of Germany as I will illustrate below. The idea of collective punishment based on collective guilt was

paramount among Jews. During a protest rally at Boston Garden on May 2 1943 assistant secretary of state Adolf Augustus Berle Jr. exclaimed:

‘This guilt now generalized throughout the German people must constitute one of the basic considerations in dealing with the German

people in the hour of their final defeat.’ The World Jewish Congress published Berle’s speech at this rally in the Jewish Comment(May 28,

1943). Berle came from a family of Zionists. His father, Adolf Augustus Berle Sr., was the author of the book The World Significance Of A

Jewish State (New York: M. Kennerly, 1918). Despite his seemingly rather lowly post Berle was a confidant of Roosevelt and was part of

his Brain Trust, a presidential advisory group stemming from the 1930s and which also had several other Jews.

Knowing that Jewish activists with access to the White House were advocating harsh measures to be imposed on postwar Germany, it is not

surprising that a harsh peace was being drafted long before the end of the war. In April 1943 the American journalist Kingsbury Smith revealed

the blueprint for a defeated Germany under the title Washington’s Plan for Postwar Germany in the American Mercury 56 (April 1943). This plan

was entirely congruent with the ideas of Cohn and Berle:

1. The decentralization of Germany as a political and economic unit;

2. The reduction of Germany’s heavy industry by the removal of machinery, and then placing the remaining industries under Allied

control for an indefinite period of years;

3. The establishment of an Allied commission for the investigation of war crimes and the trial of Germans who were responsible for

sponsoring or condoning “the barbaric slaughter and persecution of Jews” in Europe as well as other war crimes.

This plan meant that the abandonment of the Anglo-American Atlantic Charter of August 1941, which stipulated that no territorial changes

would be made without the consent of the people concerned. Moreover, the plan was highly criticized in the media

and did not have any significant support among the American public. A public opinion-poll of June 1943 showed that only 11% of the people

in the poll were in favor of carving up Germany (‘Germany in the Dock,’ Fortune, June 27, 1943). In a poll of September 1943

only a quarter of the American public responded that Germany was inherently warlike (50% thought Japan was inherently warlike).

Apparently the American public did not hate (or fear) Germans. In order to achieve this the Society for the Prevention of World War III was

found in December 1943. At a first glance non-Jews like the German pacifist Friedrich Wilhelm Foerster and the American fiction writer Rex

Stout were in charge, but the advisory committee was stacked with Jews like William Shirer, Paul Winkler, Louis Nizer and Clifton Fadiman.

Jews were also overrepresented among the contributors and writers, because they were mustered in Jewish circles (S. Casey (2005), ‘The

campaign to sell a harsh peace for Germany to the American public, 1944?1948,’ p. 11) The Society was the vanguard of advocates for

Germany’s dismemberment. In 1943 Paul Winkler published a book called “The German Conspiracy: Secret Germany Behind the Mask”

(New York: Charles Scribner’s sons, 1943). In 1944 Louis Nizer published his book “What To Do With Germany” (Chicago: Ziff-Davis) in which he advocated

that Germany’s sovereignty as a nation should be forfeited. The society was not very successful among the public. Indeed, its hatred for the

Germans as a nation caused indignation among some writers and editors, who accused the society of bad history, bad logic, and inverted

racism (Common Sense, June 1944 p. 207212).

In the summer of 1944 the defeat of Germany seemed imminent and Roosevelt felt confident enough to propose an official postwar plan for

Germany to his Anglo-Saxon ally Churchill during the Quebec Conference of September 1944. This time it was the Treasury Department of

Roosevelt’s long-time confidant Henry Morgenthau Jr. (also from the above mentioned Brain Trust) who drafted the plan, circumnavigating the

State Department. Before Morgenthau submitted his plan during the conference he visited the front in France in August 1944. He was

horrified to find out that in London and among the American generals plans were afoot to administer a conquered Germany not as a madhouse

full of psychopathic killers but as a defeated nation in need of rebuilding. (J.M. Blum, From the Morgenthau Diaries, Houghton Mifflin

1967). Churchill ultimately agreed to adopt the plan in exchange for a large loan which Great-Britain desperately needed at this stage of the

war. The plan was again leaked to the press, causing indignation and criticism towards the Roosevelt administration. Even from within the

administration secretary of state Henry L. Stimson criticized the ‘Carthaginian peace.’

Morgenthau envisaged the dismemberment of the German state and decimation of the German people. A quarter of Germany’s territory was

to be given to neighboring countries and ethnically cleansed from Germans. The rest was to be politically divided into several pieces,

which were under the control of the Allied nations. Germans were deprived of any form of self-governance and political

self-determination. Economically, the remaining German territory was to be stripped of all its industry and the German people were only to be

fed on a subsistence level. Germans were not allowed to emigrate and were liable to be conscripted for forced labor abroad. Access by relief

organizations was not allowed, and any charity from abroad was forbidden. Germany was to become the largest concentration camp on


Goebbels described the plan as followed: ‘The Jew Morgenthau wanted to make Germany into a giant potato patch.’

The ‘Morgenthau Plan’ has often been downplayed: Morgenthau’s role was diminished by the suggestion that it came largely from the pen of Harry

Dexter White (also Jewish, a target of Sen. Joe McCarthy, and later shown to be a communist spy), that the plan was executed after

Morgenthau’s term of office, and that the Allied occupation in fact ended in the formation of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1948.

However, it should be noted that Morgenthau was committed to the execution of his plan and published a book Germany Is Our Problem (New

York: Harper, 1945) to personally promote the plan. The Allied occupation regime until 1948 largely executed the Morgenthau Plan by

Joint Chiefs of Staff Directive 1067 imposing a division of Germany into four zones, restrictive food distribution which caused starvation

in 1947, and by dismantling German industries. Millions of Germans were submitted to forced labor abroad and millions of Germans were on the

brink of starvation at home as pointed out in Herbert Hoover’s report ‘German Agricultural and Food Requirements.’ Eventually, it was the

Cold War that hastened the creation of the Federal Republic of Germany and its merging into the camp of the Western Allies.

As outlined above, the Roosevelt administration’s postwar plan for Germany did not stem from the sentiment among the American public, or

even its generals at the front. The American public did not believe in the inherent evil of the Germans, nor did it desire a harsh peace. They

did not hate the Germans, nor did they believe in collective guilt/punishment. It was the desire of small minority of Jewish

activists and policy makers with access to President Roosevelt. The Morgenthau Plan did not come out of the blue; its outline was in place

long before September 1944. It stemmed from the same group of Jewish activists and policy makers who had advocated its basic principles for

years in many publications. Morgenthau himself was deeply committed to his plan and advocated its execution after his leave from office. The

Morgenthau Plan became the official Allied occupation policy of Germany until Cold War reality forced its abandonment. Still, it should be

noted that at least until 1991 German chancellors were forced to sign a ‘act of submission’ to the Allied victors before entering office.

Thanks dr Kummel

Oct. 25, 2011