2 edition of German economy, 1870-1940, issues and trends. found in the catalog.
German economy, 1870-1940, issues and trends.
Later ed. issued in German with title: Deutsche Wirtschaft seit 1870. Bibliography: p. 277-283.
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German Economy, Issues and Trends (Routledge Library Editions: The German Economy series) by Gustav Stolper. Originally published inthis book remains an illuminating and forceful survey of the economic development of modern Germany. Get this from a library.
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This survey makes. German Economy, Issues and Trends Routledge Firstly, the continuity in the underlying trends of German history; secondly the characteristic prevalence of 'statism' in German history; thirdly, Nazism cannot be explained on purely economic grounds: no 1870-1940 county showed such a striking sequel of ups and downs as that which this.
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