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Tales of an American Occupying Germany: A Cold War Memoir
Aug 01, 2021
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Phyllis Zimbler Miller

 Tales of an American Occupying Germany: A Cold War Memoir

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TALES OF AN AMERICAN
OCCUPYING GERMANY

A COLD WAR MEMOIR

By Phyllis Zimbler Miller

September 1970 to May
1972 in Munich, Germany

My husband Mitch was stationed with
the 18th Military Intelligence
Battalion of the U.S. Army.

66th Military
Intelligence Group

Eventually I got my own security
clearance and worked as a civilian
for the 66th Military Intelligence Group.

Historic Time to
Live in Germany

Only 25 years after the end of World
War II, many people who had been part
of the Nazi boot were still alive.

Divided Germany

Due to my husband's and my security clearances, we could not go to East Berlin, East Germany, or elsewhere in Eastern Europe.

Preventing a
Russian Invasion

We were part of an occupation force
to prevent a Russian invasion or a
unification of Germany.

Tales of an American Occupying Germany: A Cold War Memoir
Phyllis Zimbler Miller
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