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British Forces Germany youth service.

Department of Education and Science

British Forces Germany youth service.

by Department of Education and Science

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Published by Department of Education and Science in Stanmore .
Written in English


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Based on inspections carried out 8 - 23 May 1989.

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Open LibraryOL14298280M

'It was a Cabinet-level decision by the British Labour government that before their families could join the entitled servicemen and certain military-sponsored civilians in the British Zone of Germany (OP UNION), plans for an education system equivalent to the standards available to all in Britain, irrespective of service, rank or status. The British forces (XXX corps) advancing through this area had been aware of the POW camp but, until two escaped British Secret Service men reached them they were unaware of several thousand political prisoners in a separate compound. These were in desperate conditions and it was decided to liberate the camp immediately.

  The city's royal family - the Hanoverians - were kings of Britain from to - and the city was the first in Germany to twin with a British counterpart, Bristol, after World War II. Dr Schmalstieg said he was only a year old when British troops arrived in the city in The Landser’s view of the British could still be well summed up by a decades old German officer’s quip that they were “lions led by donkeys.” British enlisted personnel were regarded as professional, disciplined, well-trained in basic skills, and.

Children were expected to contribute to the war in a number of ways, including growing vegetables in family allotments, and collecting scrap materials for re-use. They helped to make necessary equipment such as sandbags, and girls were encouraged to knit clothes for soldiers. War savings campaigns in particular made an effort to recruit. It happened in Germany, and we, the British occupying forces, carried it out. According to a new book by Patricia Meehan, historian and former BBC TV producer and documentarist who worked in Germany in , the first few years of our Occupation were tarnished by deeds which would not have seemed out of place in Hitler's Third Reich.


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