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economic history of the third reich?

Postby doctor jeep » Wed Aug 25, 2004 6:25 am

I have been hunting for a decent book about the economics of post 33 germany. All history books seem to focus on military or social history and I can't find anything that deals in depth with the way all the economics worked.

can anyone suggest a book on the subject?
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economic history of the third reich?

Postby doctor jeep » Wed Aug 25, 2004 6:25 am

I have been hunting for a decent book about the economics of post 33 germany. All history books seem to focus on military or social history and I can't find anything that deals in depth with the way all the economics worked.

can anyone suggest a book on the subject?
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economic history of the third reich?

Postby doctor jeep » Wed Aug 25, 2004 6:25 am

I have been hunting for a decent book about the economics of post 33 germany. All history books seem to focus on military or social history and I can't find anything that deals in depth with the way all the economics worked.

can anyone suggest a book on the subject?
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Postby Colonel Mustard » Mon Oct 18, 2004 10:12 am

I've only ever read snippets of reference to economics after the Nazi rise to power, from memory there is this legendary turn of economic fortunes for germany during the mid to late thirties.

Would also be interested to read exactly how (if anything) the Nazis did, apart from large public works projects, to strengthen the German economy.
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Postby Edpow1 » Thu Oct 28, 2004 9:59 pm

I did read bits of a book on GErman Economic Policy 33-45, but it was as u say very politically based, however the notes on Hjalmer Schat were interesting, it is really hard to see where he stood, was he a objector, a aid, or simply someone doing his job?
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Postby TheDuke » Wed Jan 19, 2005 7:16 pm

interresting question - i've read many books but although they touch on the subject its more for reference then anything else.

A vaguley recall their financial system to be flowed ... if that helps [:D][:D][:D] .. lol

I'll keep a lookout and get back if I find anything
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Postby TheDuke » Wed Jan 19, 2005 7:17 pm

I meant flawed .... dam, now it's nopt funny anymore [V]
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