Bahr’s article mentions two organizations that were viewed by some during World War II as German exile governments: the National Committee for a Free Germany (Nationalkomitee Freies Deutschland) in the USSR and the Council for a Democratic Germany in the US. The author focuses on the American Council, of which Paul Tillich was the chairman. The involvement of Thomas Mann and Bert Brecht, as well as their disagreement re the “Free-Germany-Movement” is also discussed. Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965
Bahr, Ehrhard (1986) Paul Tillich and the problem of a German exile government in the United States. 21:1-12.