This title describes the development of Germany's war economy in the light of the unpublished documentary material which was captured in 1945 including records from the Reich Ministry of Armaments and Munitions, notes made by Albert Speer of his conferences with Hitler, many papers of the economic and munitions section of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht and of its chief, General Thomas, as well as some papers of private armament firms such as Messerschmitt. It presents a detailed study of a contest for power at the highest levels of the National Socialist hierarchy, making this invaluable reading for studies in military and German history, politics and studies in totalitarianism.
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This Bloomsbury Academic Collection consists of a wide range of classic titles in history from the early modern period to the end of the 20th century.About the Author:
Alan S. Milward was an Economic Historian and Emeritus Professor at the European University Institute in Florence and the London School of Economics, UK.
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Descripción The Athlone Press, 1965. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11048511075X