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Though the 20 division proposal is described as a useful ‘first estimate’, the paper is criticised for paying ‘insufficient attention a) to the difficulties we are likely to have with our allies, particularly in regard to the fear of Soviet reactions . . b) to the ability of the German economy to support such a load . . ’70 Bevin was particularly concerned about the first point, the possibility that overt German rearmament would provoke the Soviet Union. He told Shinwell on 28 August that any attempt to raise a German defence contribution ‘might provoke an attack by Russia’.
56 After the rejection of the initial British concept, the Foreign Office continued to support the idea of a Federal gendarmerie but with a new rationale, based on their own analysis of the lessons of Korea. Foreign Office policy was largely the work of Kirkpatrick whose primary goal was the integration of the Federal Republic into the Western system. 57 However, in mid-1950 he was still convinced that military integration would be premature and this view was confirmed by his first experiences as High Commissioner.
54 As these disputes continued, the constitution of a new West German state was being formulated. In June 1948 a conference of the Western powers in London recommended the formation of a provisional government and during the following winter progress was made towards this objective, despite the Berlin Blockade. The Basic Law, or constitution, of the new state, as devised by the regional governments, or Länder, was presented to the Military Governors in March 1949 and approved two months later. 56 This inevitably raised the issue of how the Federal Republic was to defend itself.