The Barbed-Wire College: Reeducating German POWs in the United States during World War II

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Index
Numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abe Lincoln in Illinois (RKO, 1943), 120
Achtung Europa (Mann, 1938), 101
Alletson Cook, F. G., 27
Allied POWs in Germany, 39–40
America (Benet, 1944), 98
American POWs in Germany, 172
An American Romance (MGM, 1943), 155–56
American Scholar, 141
Andersch, Alfred, 64–67, 83, 87–88, 210
Assistant Executive Officers (AEOs), 5557, 76, 92
Atlantic Monthly, 27, 43
Die Auslese/The Selection, 147
Bartov, Omer, 37
Basic History of the United States (Beard, 1944), 94–95
Beard, Charles and Mary, 94–95
Behind the Urals (Scott, 1942), 98
Bellah, Robert, 187
Benedict, Ruth, 21
Benét, Vincent, 98, 159
Das Berliner Tagblatt, 46
Biderman, Albert, 165–66
Billington, Ray Allen, 113
Blum, John Morton, 3
Boscolo, Armando, 38
Boston Globe, 28
Boulle, Pierre, 38, 39
Boy Slaves (RKO, 1938), 110
Brickner, Richard, 20–21
The Bridge over the River Kwai (Boulle, 1954), 38–39
Buecherreihe Neue Welt/New World Bookshelf, 96–106
Burton, H. Ralph, 139
Camp Aliceville, 76
Camp Altheimer, 105
Camp Atlanta, 42, 193n.27
Camp Butner, 86
Camp Carson, 77
Camp Clarinda, 7
Camp Concordia, 105
Camp Devens, 76
Camp Dexter, 87
Camp Forrest, 106
Camp Grady, 105
Camp Hood, 34
Camp Indianola, 22
Camp McCain, 56
Camp McClean, 33
Camp McCoy, 7
Camp McKall, 86
Camp Monticello, 105
Camp Von Etten, 59–60
Capra, Frank, 60–61. See also “Why We Fight”
Casady, Comm. Edwin R., 151
Cassidy, Henry, 28
censorship, 11, 22, 61, 79, 83–84, 92–95, 102, 106, 109, 147
The Cherries of Freedom (Andersch, 1952), 65, 88
Churchill, Sir Winston, 24
Collins, Douglas, 40
communism in the American military, 139–40, 141, 143
communism in U.S. POW camps, 41, 135, 140, 142, 144, 149
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (Warner, 1939), 111, 120
Corwin, Norman, 148
Copland, Aaron, 148
The Cowboy and the Lady (Samuel Goldwyn, 1938), 119
The Cradle Builder (Schoenstedt, 1940), Bookshelf, 48
Davison, Lt. Col. Edward, 43–46, 48–49, 54, 56, 71, 75–76, 92, 96, 107, 111, 113, 137–40, 143, 210; biography of, 44; and criticisms of Der Ruf, 76; poetry of, 44–45, 188; political views of, 44
Dead End (Samuel Goldwyn, 1937), 110

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