Drucker, Peter F.
August 1940
Saturday Evening Post;8/10/1940, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p27
Focuses on the implications of war initiated by German chancellor Adolf Hitler on the European middle classes. Challenges faced by the German middle classes during the Nazi regime; Effect of the regime on the salary of the working classes; Role of the controlled economies introduced by Germany, Central and Eastern Europe in the foreign trade; Nature of the war.


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