Banking in National Socialist Germany, 1933–39

@article{Kopper1998BankingIN,
  title={Banking in National Socialist Germany, 1933–39},
  author={Christoph Kopper},
  journal={Financial History Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={5},
  pages={49 - 62}
}
  • C. Kopper
  • Published 1 April 1998
  • Economics, History
  • Financial History Review
Within the wide-ranging and voluminous published historical research concerned with National Socialist Germany, banking is practically the only topic that has not aroused scholars' interest. There are a considerable number of reasons explaining this particular lack of attention, of which two may be overriding. First, few historians are equipped with the necessary analytical methods for testing Leninist allegations that fascism (or National Socialism) was 'the rule of the most reactionary and… 
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