If Germany Wins

T. R. B.
May 1941
New Republic;5/26/41, Vol. 104 Issue 21, p728
Presents information on the Nazis' plan of economic conquest of the world, while discussing recent political developments in the world. Reason behind less insistence on the demand for a statement of British war aims and the United States peace objectives; Preparation of the Germans to flood the markets of the world with the products of state-controlled industries employing semi-slave labor, the day the war ends; Threat to American foreign trade and its commercial system if Germany is successful in carrying out the plan; Changes that would come in the U.S. economy if Germany wins the war; Revision of the profits-tax recommendations by the U.S. Treasury Department.


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