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Business and industry in Nazi Germany

Author: Francis R Nicosia; Jonathan Huener; University of Vermont. Center for Holocaust Studies.
Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2004.
Series: Studies in business history
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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During the past decade, the role of Germany's economic elites under Hitler has once again moved into the limelight of historical research and public debate. This volume offers a brief but focused introduction to the role of Germany businesses and industries in the crimes of Hitler's Third Reich.
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Genre/Form: History
Kongress
Congrès
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Francis R Nicosia; Jonathan Huener; University of Vermont. Center for Holocaust Studies.
ISBN: 1571816542 9781571816542 1571816534 9781571816535
OCLC Number: 53183298
Notes: Based on lectures presented at a symposium organized by the Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont in 2002.
Description: viii, 211 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Financial institutions in Nazi Germany: reluctant or willing collaborators? / Gerald D. Feldman --
Banks and business politics in Nazi Germany / Harold James --
The chemistry of business-state relations in the Third Reich / Peter Hayes --
The business of genocide: the SS, slavery, and the concentration camps / Michael Thad Allen --
Corporate social responsibility and the issue of compensation: the case of ford and Nazi Germany / Simon Reich --
Writing the history of business in the Third Reich: past achievements and future directions / Volker R. Berghahn --
Law for the restoration of the professional civil service, 7 April 1933 --
The leadership of the German Government on the effect on the economy of German Policy toward the Jews, August 1935 --
The launching of the four-year plan, August to September 1936 --
The structure of business organization --
Regulation for the elimination of the Jews from the economic life of Germany, 12 November 1938 --
An "Aryanization" Contract, 27 December 1938 --
German court order declaring Ford-Werke enemy property and placing it under Nazi custodianship, 15 May 1942 --
Research findings about Ford-Werke under the Nazi Regime (report summary), 2001.
Series Title: Studies in business history
Responsibility: edited by Francis R. Nicosia and Jonathan Huener.

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During the past decade, the role of Germany's economic elites under Hitler has once again moved into the limelight of historical research and public debate. This volume offers a brief but focused introduction to the role of Germany businesses and industries in the crimes of Hitler's Third Reich.

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