|Title: refernce : looking for information - History post WWII|
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Date Posted：09/01/2016 2:31 PMCopy HTML
I would like to improve my understanding
what I am interested in is how did Nazi officers post-WWII re-adjust as well as how did society deal with these men post-war. Was there reconciliation/ retribution ? How did victims of their abuse re-adjust seeing their aggressors free ?
Did officers feel guilt and remorse ?
If someone can recommend a good sources/reads -that'd be great.
There is definitely striking ressemblence of CAI and NAZI officers - there responsibilities/behaviour when in the 'regime' and the situation they find themselves when 'outside/postwar' .
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Re：refernce : looking for information - History post WWII
Date Posted：13/05/2016 4:20 PMCopy HTML
Look up Operation Paperclip - that will give you a good idea of how Nazi officers post-WWII re-adjusted.
And funny enough, it can also be seen as exactly how some ex-CAI officers re-adjusted (and I said some)