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Merryman, John Henry and Elsen, Albert Edward Law, Ethics, and the Visual Arts 2002
Weber, John Paul The German War Artists 1976 Cerberus Book Company
Dreyer, IIlana The American Collection of Nazi Art 1982
Paddock, Alfred H. Jr. U.S. Army Special Warfare. Origins: Psychological and Unconventional Warfare, 1941-1952 1982
Botting, Douglas In The Ruins of The Reich, George Allen & Unwin, London
Gollancz, Victor Our Threatened Values
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Alford, Kenneth D. The Spoils of World War II: American Military’s Role in the Stealing of Europe’s Treasures. NY 1994
Wilson, Keith; Pronay, Nicholas The Political re-education of Germany & her allies after World War II London 1985.
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MacDonogh, Giles Frederick the Great: A Life in Deed and Letters. New York: St. Martin's 2001
Directive No. 30, "Liquidation of German Military and Nazi Memorials and Museums" was regulated by the occupation
directive JCS 1067 valid until July 1947 and in the May 1946 order valid for all zones until 1950. Allied Control Authority
Order No. 4: "Confiscation of Material of a Nazi and Militarist Nature." An exception was made for tombstones "erected at
the places where members of regular formations died on the field of battle."
Gimbel, John The American Occupation of Germany: Politics and the Military, 1945-1949 (Stanford, 1968), pp. 35, 54-55.