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Changing Enemies: The Defeat and Regeneration of Germany (edition 1997)

by Noel Gilroy Annan

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Title:Changing Enemies: The Defeat and Regeneration of Germany
Authors:Noel Gilroy Annan
Info:Cornell University Press (1997), Paperback, 288 pages
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Noel Annan was a young cadet in the British Intelligence Division known as M.I.14 responsible for monitoring German messages during World War II. His work put him in close proximity to leading figures in the British military as well as such secret resources as the British decoder called "Ultra." From this prime perch Annan witnessed the operations of England's war effort. After Germany's surrender, he was assigned to an administrative position in conquered Germany. He records the varied notions of reeducation that Allied officers designed for the defeated enemy, everything from philosophical debate to alter the German's conception of a good life to the organized dilution of German blood through orchestrated intermarriage. Working from his personal recollections, supplemented with thorough historical research, Lord Annan writes in the impassioned voice of an eyewitness to these historic events, and his memoir beats with the lively pulse inspired by the effort to defeat the Nazis.

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