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German-American relations

After World War I, Army Intelligence officers collected statements from German soldiers and citizens.

After the War, American intelligence officers combed through interrogation records and intercepted letters to compiled a report about what Germans thought of their former enemies. Read more >>

Our common history isn’t all pleasant, but seeing it firsthand is deeply moving

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