The Oder-Neisse Line: The United States, Poland, and Germany in the Cold War


This is the first study to cover the full history of the Oder-Niesse line and its impact on U. S. relations with Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany, as well as its domestic implications, throughout the Cold War years. It reveals how American diplomats and policy makers handled internal conflict and the perceptions of America held by Europeans, and how the State Department interacted with the public.


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