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In any case, apart from the missing material about which OMGUS (Office of Military Government, United States) is aware, there is no question in my mind that large quantities of the 20,000 [books] never got to the [DP] camps.
Under a section titled "Difficulties encountered," she revealed the distrust that OMGUS had for the JDC's work in the OAD:
Both individually and jointly with different German politicians and parties, it lobbied for its former role in radio control, at times fiercely contesting and resisting OMGUS regulations (Bausch, 1980).
OMGUS's Information Control Division (ICD), which was in charge of German information media, therefore concluded that the main obstacle to the true reform of German radio was the "German traditions of government-subsidized and dominated cultural activities ...
One year after the end of the war, only three in ten Germans in the American zone and sector were consistently prodemocratic, according to OMGUS estimates.
OMGUS and SCAP developed their agendas of change even when the objectives of the ideological and political revolution clashed with the ideological and political tenets of the deposed regimes.
(68.) Folder: DP Publications, Office of Military Government, United States Zone (OMGUS).
John Riedl, a Marquette University professor, held the position of Director of Internal Affairs and Communications in the Allied Religious Affairs Committee division of OMGUS.
Merritt (Public Opinion in Occupied Germany: The OMGUS Surveys, 1945-1949 [1970] and Public Opinion in Semisovereign Germany: The HICOG Surveys 1949-1955 [1980]) and in some of their other publications.
At war's end, German newspapers and radio stations had been established, directed, and staffed first by US military personnel, and then by Germans appointed by OMGUS. In major cities of the US Zone, American cultural centers, "America Houses, as they were called," were opened with a variety of cultural and information programs for the German people.
Many planners involved in these discussions made their way to occupied Germany, working on reparation and decartelization issues with the Economics Division of the Office of the Military Government for Germany, United States (OMGUS).
Moreover, while the author makes good use of OMGUS and Special Projects Division records from the US., his use of more recently opened communist records is limited to those of the Museum at Krasnagorsk--the site of the main Antifa school, which cycled 4,000 prisoners before dosing in 1950.