Warwolves of the Iron Cross: The Hyenas of High Finance: The International Relationships of French and American High Finance
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- Publication Date:July 4, 2011
The sequel to "Swastika & Scimitar" and prequel to "The Union Jackal". Third 'Wehrwolf' book in the series. Excerpt: ...."Let’s continue with the topic of Hitler’s economics in more detail. Those who “defend” Hitler’s economics and with that his reasons for war, are often denounced as “Nazi apologists,” “Zionists,” “secret agents” or “fascists.” On the contrary, those who examine (i.e. “defend”) Hitler’s economic principles are simply trying to get to the root of what works when it comes to finance, international relations (including Zionist collaboration) and job creation in a postindustrial world with methods that have been tried and tested. (Hitler’s “Zionism” is covered in-depth in the Postscript.) When a government has nothing in its vaults, paper must suffice until vaults can be filled. Hitler eventually seized Czech gold, but not until he got Germany back on her own two feet with debt-financed work creation programs. The NS-government made good on this debt that Hitler's bankers and finance ministers (none of whom were initially NSDAP members) were willing to take on by 1938, by which time the Four Year Plan was underway and the Nazis had broken free from financial dependency or support from international sources. This is precisely why Hitler saw Czech gold as Schwerpunkt (military jargon meaning “center of gravity”) number one: He had to have gold to secure certain exchanges with nations that were still hooked into the system of International High Finance, i.e. those nations partaking of the gold standard. Besides, the reserve or standard of a currency is not what matters so much as who’s in charge." VIP eStore: https://www.createspace.com/3629286 Book, book cover, excerpt & all artwork Copyright(c)2011 Veronica Clark. Vera Icona Publishers. All Rights Reserved. No unauthorized copying, reproduction, transmission or use, in full or in part in any form including electronic and video, without the express permission of the artist & author. Wehrwolf series Copyright(c)Veronica Clark. Vera Icona Publishers. All Rights Reserved.
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