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It’s mentioned that when German It only took me 6 years and probably sly many restarts to finally read this book but it was worth it. It’s complicated, and there were many times I would have liked more background information. Above all, as Omer Bartov testifies, this remarkable book “irreversibly transforms our understanding of the Third Reich.

Connelly’s review was helpful in confirming the novelty of this work as many reviewers mention, this is the first book to highlight how Nazis financed WWII thro I enjoyed his introduction a bit too much because he claims that the Nazi regime was exceptionally a “young” one!

This book, while it is not entertaining, will teach you that the Nazis utopka a left wing group that gained and kept power in Germany for so long because they provided a plethora of social entitlements and then invaded and looted their neighboring countries and plundered their undesirable minorities to pay for them.

The book is about how the Nazis financed the war while simultaneously keeping the folks at home happy and well fed.

During the First World War, the oa of living of the German people suffered, which reduced support for the war. But how have you or your family benefitted from what happened? Sep 26, Jan Peczkis rated it it was amazing. Realmente me quedo esa duda. It only took me 6 years and probably as many restarts to finally read this book but it was worth it. So far I’m enjoying this book.


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The book does an excellent job, though, of demonstrating the oft-ignored “Socialist” uotpia of National Socialism. The Wehrmacht invaded Russia under orders to live off the land, placing As I said, most of it was difficult going. They say, “We weren’t even alive, how can we possibly be responsible? The conventional view is that the Holocaust was mostly about racial ideology, and only partly about plunder. After attending the German School of Utlpia, Aly studied history and political science in Berlin.

Their houses, lands, and other assets were usually sold and the profits added to the Germany treasury to continue to fund the German government and war effort.

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

nnazi Oct 21, Raul rated it it was amazing. In many ways it’s far more interesting than the accounts of the battles, though drier. Er geht der Frage nach: Recommended by Allison by way of Caldwell, this book delighted me for three main reasons: The French banks were required to exchange the Germany currency for French francs.

Today’s socialism Communism re branded with a new logo and fresh looks re argues from whom and why, they will take the “wealth” that they see in others and turning it into “free” gifts from the government. Connelly is a bit critical of Aly’s point on how much support the Nazis attained from ordinary German people and shifting the guilt consciousness among former Nazi participantsbut these criticisms appeared strangely weak.

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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. Very easy to read, especially once I stopped reading every single footnote.

Where did your furniture come from? Be the first to ask a question about Hitler’s Beneficiaries. At that point, there was nothing left to do with the Jews, except either to deport them or kill them.

More affluent Germans bore 20 percent of the burden, while foreigners, forced laborers, and Jews were compelled to cover 70 percent of the funds consumed every day by Germany during the war. Instead it succeeded in making them well-fed parasites.

But the last chapter pulls everything together in a cogent and damning summary, including gems like this: So everyone got paid and was happy and the overall French economy with higher taxes nazk for it rather than any individual or corporation.