Military Government of Occupied Territory

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Multiple Problems of Miltary Occupation

Occupation of European nations promises soon to be a major activity of the armed forces of Great Britain and the United States. Allied commanders have already set up military governments in Sicily and southern Italy; a year ago they had the task of providing a transitional administration of civil affairs for North Africa. As British and American armies move toward Hitler's “heartland,” the need of secure communication lines behind the front, and the ...

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