*Price HAS BEEN reduced by 10% until Monday, Jan. 23. Order now for BEST SAVINGS* first American edition but most of the text reprinted from a series in The Banker; [viii], 116 pp.; original cloth lightened at spine, signature of a previous owner, one leaf roughly opened, a good+ copy; a negative economic analysis and the author is very distrustful of Dr. Schacht of the Reichsbank.
Very good+ in slightly soiled and slightly marked else complete and VG dust jacket. 8vo. pp viii, 116. "This sensational book provides the first reliable account of German Governmental Expenditure from 1932 to 1937. The German Government has, of course, published no Budget since 1934, so that most criticism of national Socialist finance has been made from estimates prepared abroad and denied in Berlin. This is the first book to use the German official figures, and is therefore the only authoritative account."
Germany, the last four years; an independent examination of the results of national socialism
by Germanicus, Sir Walter Layton
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