Unstoppable Force: In Occupied Germany, There Was One Battle the Allies Couldn't Win

TitleUnstoppable Force: In Occupied Germany, There Was One Battle the Allies Couldn't Win
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsCarruthers, Susan L.
JournalWorld War II
Volume31
Issue5
Pagination62-69
Date Published01/2017
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The article reflects on the military forces in Germany during the Second World War. It highlights the social conditions of German women, which are hostile or absent from the record of associated conquest. It also emphasizes that American soldiers were not allowed to fraternize with German young women in activities such as drinking, shaking hands, or exchanging gifts. [EBSCO]

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Short TitleWorld War II
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