Laying down the law : the American legal revolutions in Occupied Germany and Japan / R. W. Kostal.
At the close of the Second World War, it became the policy of the United States to cause the permanent demilitarization of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan by their compulsory democratization during a period of military occupation. For American leaders, the indispensable precondition of the democrati...
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