German big business and the rise of Hitler
By scrutinizing the major corporate archives of Weimar and Nazi Germany, the author reveals the dynamics between corporations and political machines and locates evidence indicating that big business did not, on balance, support Hitler's political program
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BIG BUSINESS DURING THE DECADE
Money Versus Votes
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Adolf Hitler Albert Vogler Bergbauverein Berlin big business big businessmen Brandi Brüning business circles business community campaign capital capitalists chancellor coal despite Deutsche Deutschen DNVP Düsseldorf economic policy election Emil Kirdorf Ernst Essen executives Feder firm Flick Frankfurter Frankfurter Zeitung Fritz Thyssen funds Funk German Germany's Gilsa Goring Gottfried Feder Grauert Gregor Strasser Heinrichsbauer Hindenburg Hugenberg ibid IG Farben industrial Reichsverband iron and steel issues July Kastl Keppler Kirdorf letter Loewenstein major marks meeting Munich National Socialism Nationalsozialismus Nazism NSDAP Nuremberg organization Otto Papen cabinet Papers parliamentary party's Paul Reusch Poensgen political Pre-Trial Interrogations prominent Prussian Reichstag Republic role Ruhr Ruhrlade Schacht Schleicher Schroder Sept Silverberg Social Democrats socialist Sozialpolitik speech spokesmen Springorum Stahlhelm Steinbrinck tion trade unions United Steel Wagener Walther Funk Weimar Wengst eds Wilhelm Wolff workers Zeitung
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