Money and security : troops, monetary policy and West Germany's relations with the United States and Britain, 1950-1971 /

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PUBLICATIONS OF THE GERMAN HISTORICAL INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D. C.

Edited by Detlef Junker with the assistance of Daniel S. Mattern

The German Historical Institute is a center for advanced study and research whose purpose is to provide a permanent basis for scholarly cooperation among historians from the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States. The Institute conducts, promotes, and supports research into both American and German political, social, economic, and cultural history, into transatlantic migration, especially in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and into the history of international relations, with special emphasis on the roles played by the United States and Germany.

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