The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War Against the Jews: The Expropriation of Jewish-Owned Property

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$94.99
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
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Pages
282
Dimensions
6.21 X 9.3 X 0.85 inches | 1.11 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780521803298

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About the Author

Harold James is Professor of History at Princeton University and chairman of the editorial board of World Politics. He is the author of several books on German economy and society, including The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War Against the Jews (Cambridge, 2001)

Reviews

"James has produced an intelligent and informative work...indispensable to the study of financial institutions under the Nazi regime...Despite all the complex financial analysis, James never loses sight of the moral issues involved." Canadian Journal of History
'Harold James's new book ... is a clearly written, solidly reasoned business history that merits broad attention ... He has dealt with an extremely sensitive topic with great care.' German History
'This important work by James demonstrate the value of continuing to focus scholarly labours on interpreting and elucidating the implications and consequences of the National Socialist dictatorship ... very significant contributions to this literature ...'. Financial History Review
..."controversial...moving." Journal of Modern History
"This study provides solid, important research on 'Aryanization'." American Historical Review
"This is a thorough picture of one company's role in the economic persecution of German Jews." www.hbsworkingknowledge.hbs.edu
"James weaves institutional, biographical material, and case studies together to form a multifaceted history of his subject." Enterprise and Society
..."James must be commended for his careful research and his measured yet damning assessment of the Deutsche Bank's behavior during the Third Reich." German Studies Review
..."this is a very well-written, scholarly narrative, largely based on unpublished primary sources skillfully questioned by a committed historian." Business History Review, Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP
.,."controversial...moving." Journal of Modern History
.,."James must be commended for his careful research and his measured yet damning assessment of the Deutsche Bank's behavior during the Third Reich." German Studies Review
.,."this is a very well-written, scholarly narrative, largely based on unpublished primary sources skillfully questioned by a committed historian." Business History Review, Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP
."..controversial...moving." Journal of Modern History
."..this is a very well-written, scholarly narrative, largely based on unpublished primary sources skillfully questioned by a committed historian." Business History Review, Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP
."..James must be commended for his careful research and his measured yet damning assessment of the Deutsche Bank's behavior during the Third Reich." German Studies Review
"Persuasive." Books and Art
..".controversial...moving." Journal of Modern History
..".James must be commended for his careful research and his measured yet damning assessment of the Deutsche Bank's behavior during the Third Reich." German Studies Review
..".this is a very well-written, scholarly narrative, largely based on unpublished primary sources skillfully questioned by a committed historian." Business History Review, Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP