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A 1947 Collier's Magazine article by the German-speaking Sigrid Schultz (1893 - 1980) who reported on those discontented Germans who enjoyed tweaking the collective noses of the occupying armies in Germany - who oddly believed that a war between the Western Powers and the Soviet Union was their best hope. Elements of the populace spoke openly about the good old days under Hitler and sang the old Nazi anthem, "The Horst Wessel Song":

"In Munich, the signs on the square named for 'The Victims of Fascism' were replaced by signs reading 'The Victims of Democracy'. The police only acted after a Munich paper front-paged the story."

Sigrid Schultz lived in Nazi-Germany during the Thirties, bravely filing her dispatches to The Chicago Tribune from neighboring countries under the pseudonym "John Dickson".

Additional articles about the daily hardships in post-war Germany can be read by clicking here.

An Englishman who was nick-named "Bomber Harris" was the fellow who planned and organized much of the destruction of Nazi Germany: click here to read about him.

A similar article from 1951 can be read here...

Read about American censorship in Occupied-Japan...

     


The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

The Rebellious Souls in Post-War Germany (Collier's Magazine, 1947)

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