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Von R. Heuermann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This book is a terrifying look inside a fascist economy, not run by the State, but preyed upon by the State. Always in the background is the spectre of arrest, punishment, and death at the hands of an uncompromising, unforgiving, remorseless, ever-growing State. Regulation, corruption, favoritism are the watchwords. And it all started with an elected government strongly supported and contributed to by big business. Could happen right here in this country. Sure could.
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HASH(0x90e75330) von 5 Sternen This book is a classic - The Nazis and Fascists were 100% left wing totalitarians 28. Februar 2014
Von John Galt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I am just 30 pages into this book, but the author uses letters from businessmen in 1939 Germany as evidence that Hitler's Reich was a clone of Stalin's USSR. The Nazis hated private property and essentially outlawed it. Bribery was the only way to obtain raw materials, foreign currency, workers - virtually anything. Nazi party apparatchiks infested even the smallest parts of the economy.

"Some businessmen have even started studying Marxist theories, so that they will have a better understanding of the present economic system", wrote one businessman. The businessman goes on to say that once Hitler confiscates all property from the Jews, that " it will be the turn of the 'white Jews' which means us Aryan businessmen after the Jews have been expropriated.".

When you combine this book with General William Donovan's Nurnburg trial papers concerning Hitler's anti-Christian, anti-liberty and Soviet style indoctrination policies, you realize that thinking of the Nazis as "right wing" is total propaganda, which of course it was and still is to this day.

You should also read Albert Speer's books to understand how he tried to dismantle this corrupt Soviet style economy late in the war to increase military production:


OK - finished the book. The Nazis were ignorant when it came to economics. They did virtually everything wrong just like Herr Hitler's alter ego - Joseph Stalin. Because markets set prices, markets indicate where to allocate capital and hence where opportunities lie for innovation and increased production. Once the "all-knowing" state interferes in this process, markets and hence economies collapse.

Reimann meticulously describes how the Nazi economy operated. It was an economy of statism, cronyism, bureaucracy and coercion. What wasn't confiscated was trashed. As Nazi Germany expanded geographically, the state expropriated businesses while paying the owners and creditors pennies on the dollar.

History books give the impression that businessmen were natural allies of Hitler and the Nazis. That is total nonsense. Every business was loaded with political commissars who siphoned off money for themselves and the Nazi party leaving the natural owners and operators of the businesses powerless.

Hitler was a Socialist. So is Obama. Their combined knowledge of how economies operate is ZERO. They destroy everything they touch.
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HASH(0x90e75258) von 5 Sternen doing business under fascism/corporatism 6. Juli 2011
Von S. Moss - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Gunter Reimann's book The Vampire Economy provides a look into how business/government relations were conducted under the new regime of fascism. Reimann describes how the state took control of the natural resources of the country and through establishing a massive bureaucracy the government would decide who to allocate the resources to by picking the winners/losers in economic affairs. The new resource allocation methods by the state took months for orders to be fulfilled, massive amounts of paperwork had to be filed which traveled through several government agencies just to determine whether you would be accepted or denied. The new system required business to hire contact men who had connections with various levels of government departments which meant that the more money you had the better chances you would have at hiring a good contact man you could get your needed resources approved by the state. Businesses were given quotas to fulfill and if you failed the party would force you to resign your position and a party leader would take over your business. Private property was allowed under the fascism government on the condition that you were serving the state and not your private self-interest, which was seen as greedy and punishable under the law. According to Reimann the government established massive bureaucracies, regulations, restrictive trade policies. You lived in an environment of fear not knowing who was loyal to the party one complaint against the new system could get you removed and jailed. The Nazi government engineered an interesting trade policy with many South American and poor European nations. First, the Germans practiced currency manipulations, producing a special currency (I forgot the name) and used those to purchase imports from South America. The "special currency" issued to South America was only redeemable in Marks which forced the South Americans to purchase German manufactured goods at higher prices. When the markets crashed many Americans focused on internal developments, and the South American countries needed an export market which they found with Germany who manipulated the South Americans in the trading practice. There is more in this book than what I discussed and its an interesting book on an intersting topic. Overall it's book dealing with the way business was conducted under fascism.
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HASH(0x90e7533c) von 5 Sternen Like reading current events, however... 13. März 2013
Von D. Eaglehouse - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Ever since I found this book written by a German economist about the economy of Germany in 1939 I have wondered WHY it has never been reprinted? I have come to the conclusion that TPTB do not want us to read this because history is repeating here in the United States and this book basically shows current events in light of 1939 Germany. A progressive's view of fascist style economy where a powerful Government in cooperation with BIG business entities function to control every aspect of a countries citizens written by someone who understands economics. If you want to see where the US is going, just buy a copy of "The Vampire Economy" and you will understand...
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HASH(0x90e75144) von 5 Sternen A True Account by a Member of the Ressistance 4. Juli 2013
Von A.E. Samaan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
It seems that everyone has an opinion as to where the Third Reich stood politically, though many of these are based on political hype not historical facts. The typical pedestrian assumptions place the regime in the "right wing" political category, forgetting that the National Socialist German Workers' Party had a 13-year history of implementing domestic policies that would place them either in the Progressive or "far left" category in today's world. The economic policies described by Reimann are distinctly of a "statist" or "centrally planned" economy. They are about as far away as you can get from a "laissez-faire" or "limited" form of government as you can get.

There are three facts that should be understood when choosing this book: 1.) Guenter Reimann was a member of the Communist resistance working underground inside of Hitler's Germany. 2.) He was an economist with Communist beliefs as a youth. 3.) After the war, Reimann's genius in international economic affairs gained him the ear of several American Presidents. As such, not only is Reimann's account of Hitler's domestic policies indispensable as HE WAS ACTUALLY THERE, but his credentials prove that he was not just any other survivor, but an actual expert sitting at the front row when it all came down.

I would recommend that the reader also pick up Art, Ideology, and Economics in Nazi Germany: The Reich Chambers of Music, Theater, and the Visual Arts by Alen Steinweiss. That book provides an in-depth account of how German artists and their trade unions, hardly the description of a "right wing" political base, were amongst Hitler's most ardent and enthusiastic supporters, namely because of the income redistribution policies that supported their personal desires. Reinmann and Steinweiss provided me with a highly detailed account of economic life in Hitler's Germany while I was researching my book, From a "Race of Masters" to a "Master Race": 1948 to 1848. I was also able to get an idea of what it was like to survive the Third Reich on a daily basis by reading Architects of Fortune: Mies Van Der Rohe and the Third Reich, which gives a history of the famous German architect, Mies Van Der Rohe, but does so by telling his trials and tribulations as the president of the famous BAUHAUS School of Design during the Third Reich. The BAUHAUS was the epicenter of student activism, with half of the faculty and student body split between Communism and National Socialism. Together, the three books fit like puzzle pieces, providing the street-level and insider point-of-views.
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