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AMGOTAllied Military Government for Occupied Territories
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Roosevelt asserted his desire for AMGOT but was not prepared to install it.
In addition to describing what happened and contrasting contemporary memoranda with falsified memoirs (see notably 118), Robertson could have contextualized the episodes he describes as sparking his investigation into why well-connected, educated French citizens remember that AMGOT was narrowly averted.
They saw themselves as advancing into France -- a country with no accepted authority -- and were prepared, as elsewhere, to furnish what was necessary in the form of AMGOT (Allied Military Government in Occupied Territories).