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Recovery and Restoration: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Politics of Reconstruction of West Germany's Shipbuilding Industry, 1945-1955 (International History) ebook

by Henry B. Wend


Erhard's plan was rejected by industry and the federal cabinet.

Students of the post-war West German economy should read this book because Henry Burke Wend uses the West German shipbuilding industry, and particularly the city of Bremen and the . Weser, to teach us some very important lessons. Wend divides his discussion of the resurrection of the corporatist West German shipbuilding industry into three periods: 1945 to 1949, 1949 to 1952, and 1952 to 1955. In the initial phase, both the British and the Americans followed a rigorous policy designed to weaken permanently the shipyards in their occupation zones. Erhard's plan was rejected by industry and the federal cabinet.

Because of Germany's strong reputation in naval construction, the Allies slated the shipbuilding industry for dismantling after 1945; however, by 1955, West German shipbuilders had regained their place among the world leaders in this industry

Because of Germany's strong reputation in naval construction, the Allies slated the shipbuilding industry for dismantling after 1945; however, by 1955, West German shipbuilders had regained their place among the world leaders in this industry. This study traces the reconstruction through the labyrinth of Cold War diplomacy, foreign aid programs, and West German politics. foreign policy, German business, and postwar "Americanization," Wend demonstrates not just the impact of US policy on West German reconstruction, but also the influence of local.

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Henry William Spiegel, German, American economics educator. Guggenheim fellow, 1945-1946. With United States Army, 1942-1945.

Because of Germany's strong reputation in naval construction, the Allies slated the shipbuilding industry for dismantling after 1945; however, by 1955, West German shipbuilders had regained their place among the world leaders in this industry. This study traces the reconstruction through the labyrinth of Cold War diplomacy, foreign aid programs, and West German politics. By linking the histories of U.S. foreign policy, German business, and postwar Americanization, Wend demonstrates not just the impact of U.S. policy on West German reconstruction, but also the influence of local actors on the direction, implementation, and success of U.S. policies.

The recovery of German shipbuilding meshed well with most of the Truman administration's critical foreign policy initiatives, including the Marshall Plan. As American commitments became globalized, the U.S. relied heavily on West German actors and their institutions for the successful implementation of its policies. In shipbuilding, this reliance strengthened the role of the industrial association, the vertical integration of shipyards with Ruhr industries, and awakened opposition of British and American interest groups. Although U.S. policies failed to alter this industry's structure, West Germans did accept the American production model in the reconfiguration of individual shipyards in the 1950s.

Recovery and Restoration: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Politics of Reconstruction of West Germany's Shipbuilding Industry, 1945-1955 (International History) ebook
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