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Daimler-Benz in the Third Reich

Author: Neil Gregor
Publisher: New Haven, CT ; London : Yale University Press, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Gregor
ISBN: 0300072430 9780300072433
OCLC Number: 37594213
Description: 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The reception of Fordism by the German automobile industry --
Rational production and its limits in the 1920s --
The depression years --
The economic boom --
The four year plan and the Schell programme --
Daimler-Benz and rearmament 1926-39 (Covert rearmament 1926-32, rearmament at Marienfelde 1933-9, production for the Luftwaffe 1933-9, the south German plants) --
Mobilization and the 'Blitzkrieg economy' 1939-41 --
Expansion and expansionism; Daimler-Benz and the new order 1940-4 --
The Speer period and the 'Production Miracle' 1942-2 --
'Total War' and post-war planning 1943-5 --
Arming the Luftwaffe; Daimler-Benz Motoren GmbH Genshagen 1939-45 (Mobilization and stagnation 1939-41, the industrial concil and the ring system, the 'Production Miracle' 1942-4, production under licence 1941-4) --
Strategies for survival; lorry production at Mannheim 1939-45 (Lorry production and the 'Blitzkrieg Economy', the Opel licence 1942-5). Company social policy 1939-45 --
The German Labour front and company social policy 1939-45 --
Prisoners of war, forced foreign workers and concentration camp labour at Daimler-Benz 1940-5 (Prisoners of war and West European workers, Soviet prisoners of war and civilian deportees, concentration camp labour 1943-5) --
Business, racial barbarism and the new order; the Flugmotorenwerk Rzeszow 1939-44(The Rezeszow plant under Henschel GmbH 1939-41, Polish forced labour and the Daimler-Benz and Jewish forced labor 1942-4) --
Business, racial barbarism and self-preservation; the dispersal of production 1943-5 --
The dispersal of Sindelfingen (Surface dispersal, underground dispersal; project 'Brasse', underground dispersal; project 'Jaspis') --
The dispersal of Mannheim --
Total destruction and 'Zero Hour'? The success of the dispersal programme.
Responsibility: Neil Gregor.
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