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Hitler's Generals in AmericaNazi POWs and Allied Military Intelligence$
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Derek R. Mallett

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780813142517

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813142517.001.0001

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The Seeds of the American Transformation

The Seeds of the American Transformation

(p.77) 3 The Seeds of the American Transformation
Hitler's Generals in America

Derek R. Mallett

University Press of Kentucky

Chapter 3 chronicles the transfer of dozens more Wehrmacht general officers from British to American custody. The chapter emphasizes early signs of American independence from British tutelage in dealing with German general officer prisoners. The chapter contends that, following D-Day, American authorities began to see their German general officer prisoners as potentially useful. The U.S. Provost Marshal General’s Office improved conditions at Camp Clinton and began contemplating a re-education program for these high-ranking officers.

Keywords:   prisoners of war, generals, Wehrmacht, Camp Clinton, Provost Marshal General’s Office (PMGO)

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