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Among the many obstacles in preparing for the occupation, anticipating the conditions the troops would face at the conclusion of the war proved to be the most monumental challenge. No one appreciated this more than SHAEF’s acting assistant chief of staff (G5), Brig. Gen. Frank J. McSherry. From a small, cluttered office in England, McSherry had the unenviable task of planning civil affairs support for the devastated communities of war-torn France, while at the same time trying to envision military government requirements for Germany and Austria.

Roosevelt’s turnabout caused major problems for Ambassador John Winant, who served as the point man for coordinating the particulars of postwar policies. Replacing Joseph Kennedy at the Court of Saint James, he became an early advocate for establishing the EAC, and became deeply involved when the commission formally began operations. S. representative at the EAC certainly did not lack for advice on what should be done. His staff found that in Britain there were already “more than forty committees, organizations, political parties, and groups of individuals who have issued reports on some phases of post-war reconstruction .

This limited integration effort was unfortunate. The implementation of military tasks would no doubt set the conditions for moving on to the civilian challenges of reconstruction. Likewise, civilian agencies would require the military’s assistance and support. Simply splitting responsibilities in two would turn out to be wholly unrealistic. The tendency to bifurcate postwar missions also extended to how the Americans planned to integrate their forces with troops from Allied nations. Again, the rhythm of habits played a powerful role.

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