Operation Safehaven (1944–48)
Operation Safehaven was an Anglo-American program created in December 1944 to locate German assets in the neutral powers and steer them into "safe havens", generally British or American humanitarian organizations, after World War II. The overall objective of the operation was to dissipate Nazi wealth in order to render any possible post-war resurgence (a so-called "Fourth Reich") controllable and to make it impossible for Germany to start another war.
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