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American Representation in Occupied Germany 1920-1921 (Volume 2)


The present work of two volumes covers the period from January 10, 1920, to the end of 1921, and so is a sequel to the “American Military Government of Occupied Germany, 1918-1920.” Chapters 1 and 2 are contained in Volume I. Chapter 1 recounts important events and political and economic conditions in both occupied and unoccupied Germany, during 1920 and 1921. Chapter 2 deals with the interior organization, activities and salient policies of the Interallied Rhineland.

From Ch. 3 (this volume) THE OFFICE OF CIVIL AFFAIRS. TRANSFER OF DUTIES. On January 10, 1920, the Rhineland Convention vent into effect throughout the entire territories occupied by the troop of the Allied and Associated Powers. Although the United States Senate had not ratified the Treaty of Versailles, with the consent of the Commanding General or the A.F.G. the Ordinances of the Interallied Rhineland High Commission were to be published as orders in the American area and to have full effect as such. The first Ordinances were published on January 10, 1920, in General Order No. 2, which also revoked all orders previously published. . . . the guidance of the civil population and which conflicted with . . .

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