The ten-page Harrison Report describes the situation of Jewish survivors in Germany. Earl G. Harrison compiled the critical report after visiting several DP camps: “Beyond knowing that they [the Jewish DPs] are no longer in danger of the gas chambers, torture, and other forms of violent death, they see – and there is – little change.” He went on to say: “As matters now stand, we appear to be treating the Jews as the Nazis treated them expect that we do not exterminate them. […] One is led to wonder whether the German people, seeing this, are not supposing that we are following or at least condoning Nazi policy” (6.1.1/82495797/ITS Digital Archive, Arolsen Archives, pp. 2 and 7).