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Hitler’s Beneficiaries: Plunder, Racial War, and the Nazi Welfare State

El expolio de los judios. Through conversations with professors and other second-generation Germans during my time there, I found a growing sense of dismay that the third and fourth generations are “sick of” learning about and hearing about the Holocaust. All in all, Aly mapped out and made sense of the Nazi’s financial plunders very thoroughly. Lists with This Book. It only took me 6 years and probably as many restarts to finally read this book but it was worth it.

How did Hitler win the allegiance of ordinary Germans? While a bit dry very fascinating look at how Germany had one of the most economically successful socialist countries in history. Today’s socialism Communism re branded with a new logo and fresh looks re argues fr Viva socialism viva! It’s mentioned that when German It only took me 6 years and probably as many restarts to finally read this book but it was worth it.


Update after finishing the book: This was a bit dry unless you love WWII history and economics. During the First World War, the standard of living of the German people suffered, which reduced support for the war.

Esther Mateo’s review of La utopía nazi: Cómo Hitler compró a los alemanes

In particular, just how utterly rapacious pa socialist system can be in its rawest form. Polish guerilla resistance eventually forced the Germans to slightly reduce the harshness of their exploitation of Poland p.

Of course, you weren’t alive.

Poles targeted by the Germans for deportation, imprisonment, or execution immediately lost all their properties to the Reich p. Stangl asserted nzi the Holocaust was actually motivated by financial gain. Mar 02, Russell rated it liked it.

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Very dry, very scholarly, lots of numbers. Want to Read saving…. Nov 23, Tony rated it it was amazing.

Since no one else wanted them, they killed them. Mar 06, C. He shows that Nazi plunder of invaded countries and the taxes and levies imposed on them funded the war machine and kept the German population at the time well taken care of an happy. This is just one example of how the Germans were able to fund their war efforts using the economy of countries they took over. But probably almost nobody would read a more comprehensive version.


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Sep 15, Vasil Kolev rated it it was amazing Shelves: Other reviews here have covered Ross’ arguments well, so I’ll just share a couple of my favourite quotes from the book. We see how Jews and citizens from Nazi occupied lands suffered from crippling taxation, mass looting, forced labour, and destruction. The answer is as utopa as it is persuasive: For years, the German Research Foundation also supported the development of technocratic plans for the slaughter of millions of people.

Aly’s focus on the economics and social policies of the Nazis I think is highly enlightening.

An excellent and well researched answer to the question of how the Nazis gained so much support from so many Germans for as long as they did?