The Forests of the U. S. Zone of Germany
Abstract:German forests survived six years of war and ten years of over-cutting under the Nazi regime with only slight damage. Total growing stock is estimated to have declined from 350 to 200 billion board feet. Further reduction is contemplated by the Allied Governments to provide timber for reconstruction and to reduce Germany's potential military resources. Because many German foresters were ardent Nazis, personnel acceptable to the Allies to manage the forests is seriously lacking. A forest survey is now under way that will provide information for a new policy in the near future.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Chief, Forestry Section, U. S. Military Government, Germany. Senior member, S.A.F.
Publication date: April 1, 1947
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