Table of contents for Science, technology, and reparations : exploitation and plunder in postwar Germany / John Gimbel.


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Preface
Part I. From wartime military intelligence to postwar commercial exploitation: 1. Wartime scientific and technical intelligence
2. From wartime intelligence to postwar exploitation
Part II. The Postwar Programs: 3. Project paperclip
4. The documents program
5. Consultants and missions
6. Transferring the technical know-how
Part III. Terminating FIAT and Evaluating the Take: 7. Governors versus exploiters
8. Evaluating the take
9. The Germans assess their loses
Part IV. Conclusion: 10. Observations and reflections
Appendix
Notes
Bibliographical notes
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Scientists United States Recruiting, Scientists Germany, Germany Politics and government 1945-1990, FIAT review of German science, 1939-1946