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I have not found this book to be dry, either, which for the material, could often be that way, normally.

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Who Financed Hitler book. James Pool, author of Hitler and His Secret Partners: Contributions, Loot and Rewards, 1933-1945, unravels the covert financial web that Hitler spun across Europe and around t You can't know the whole story of the Third Reich, the true nature of Nazism, or the chilling connection between money, power, and terror in the twentieth century, until you know Who Financed Hitler.

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This book has been called "one of the most illuminating studies of Nazism.

Books like Hitler's Secret Conversations and other memoirs by ex-Nazis shed much light on the period, but would any self-respecting historian depend totally upon them for matters of fact? And any argument that is attempted is nearly impossible to unravel precisely because the authors have.

Books like Hitler's Secret Conversations and other memoirs by ex-Nazis shed much light on the period, but would any self-respecting historian depend totally upon them for matters of fact? And any argument that is attempted is nearly impossible to unravel precisely because the authors have nothing substantial to go on. In places the book is unnecessarily detailed-the first sections discuss the most minute contributions of 20 to 100 marks to the Nazis-but in the broad sweep the authors quickly lose sight of their theme and launch into the familiar discussion of Hitler's rise, so that . .

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Author : Pool James Title : Who financed Hitler The secret funding of Hitler's rise to power 1919-1933 Year : 1997. He began his political career in 1919 and did not become Chancellor until fourteen years later in 1933.

Author : Pool James Title : Who financed Hitler The secret funding of Hitler's rise to power 1919-1933 Year : 1997. Adolf Hitler did not come to power easily. During this time it took a tremendous sum of money to support the Nazi Party. Where it came from, who provided it, and why, are the topics of this book.

Hitler and His Secret Partners: Contributions, Loot and Reward, 1933-1945. Excellent synopsis of Hitler's ascendence. com User, June 22, 1999. As a novice reader in this area I found the book tremendously helpful in setting the context for Hitler's inexorable rise to power and illuminating the financial machinations that made it possible.

The incredible story of the secret funding of Adolf Hitler's rise to power, 1919-1933. This book has been called "one of the most illuminating studies of Nazism."

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Fhois
Listen, I have only read 2 of 9 chapters, but the detail is most impressive. You can't go wrong with this. But I offer this caution on such subject matter. No matter how good the work and intentions of authors, so much of what goes on in the rise of leaders, is done by secret funding. So secret that we will never likely know the whole truth, despite all efforts. So this book will show you a lot but there is much no one could ever show, I suspect. But you can read in between the events and discern some of it. Hitler was financed almost from his beginning and those who were doing it wanted to remain secret. I have not found this book to be dry, either, which for the material, could often be that way, normally.

I will update my review when I am done. I have many other books I am more eager to read, but I catch a page or 2 while watching some rare TV. I'll get there. Meanwhile, here is the table of contents since the book does not contain one, which is the only fault I find with it.

Preface 1
1 A Mysterious Beginning 4
2 Billions ---------------------------- 40
3 Ford and Hitler ------------------ 85
4 Kirdorf and Thyssen 131
5 What Did Big Business Want? 175
6 Depression ----------------------- 229
7 Hitler’s Foreign Financiers 290
8 Big Business Attempts
To Stop Hitler 336
9 Bribes and Blackmail 415

Appendix ------------------------------ 493
Footnotes ----------------------------- 496
Selected Bibliography -------------- 521
Index ----------------------------------- 529
Qwne
James Pool is very detailed and knowledgeable regarding the rise of Hitler and National Socialism after World War I. Pool shows that it took Hitler a long time to win industrialists and the wealthy to his cause. His knowledge on the subject shows he did a lot of research and uses many cross references. Once you start reading, you can't put it down.

This book is only the first in a two-part series and half the story. After reading this book, you really need to purchase Hitler and his Secret Partners (Contributions, Loot and Rewards, 1933-1945) so you can get the whole picture.
HyderCraft
Excellent book filled with a million historical anecdotes and facts which paint a multifaceted description of the era. This frank book answers many questions that our black & white US propaganda glosses over or completely ignores.
Kifer
It is mainstream book, there are missing links to Bank of England(Rothschld), mostly focused on financing inside of Germany, Thiessen, Krupp etc.
Whitecaster
What these guys won't tell you is that up to the mid Twenties the National Socialist Party received much less
contributions from the industrialists than the Christian Democrats, and Socialists. In fact in 1932 the amount of'
cash going to the Social Democrats arcs was much larger than was may have been allocated to the Nazi party
by the oligarchs. And by the way -the Reds got through 1919 till 1933 their quota($) too !.
Qudanilyr
This great work concentrates solely on the most important aspect of the Third Reich: who and what were responsible for the success of its leader. History is replete with accounts of bought and sold politicians and the inevitable tragedies that result from the merging of corrupt politicians with political power. Hitler's story is simply the most ominous, tragic, and pure evil of them all - the Mother of corrupt politician sagas, if you will, and is accurately recounted here in well-documented detail. The book thoroughly describes and documents the various moneyed interests, both individual, such as Henry Ford (the subject of entire chapter, including a stunning photo of Henry Ford receiving the Grand Cross of the German Eagle from the Nazis), and organizations and groups, such as virtually the entire German coal and steel industry, who bought Hitler and raised the Nazi Party from failure and obscurity into the nemesis it became. Hitler returned the favor by fronting for their interests, such as by suppressing (and ultimately removing) those within the Nazi Party who believed in such socialist agendas as nationalizing industry, and by advocating for rule by business hegemons, just as their modern-day counterparts, the neoconservatives, do today: "The capitalists have worked their way to the top through their capacity, and on the basis of this selection, which again only proves their higher race, they have a right to lead." - The book quoting Hitler from Nazi leader Otto Strasser's book "Hitler and I" (1940).
The book is a chilling warning of what happens when democracy is subverted by oligarchs.
Mash
After reading both of Mr. Pool's books on this subject, I felt that these books should be required reading for every World War II veteran - possibly all veterans. And now I would expand that recommendation to all who have ever fought in any war and to those who may be forced to do so in the future.
Reading such books will help to get through a lot of the "who harr" and hoopla of what most everybody "thinks" war is all about. "Where's the Money and Follow the Money" are always good questions - and invariably eye-opening.
Conclusions:
Fear of Communism or anti-Communism was the chief motivational concept behind the rise of Nazism and Adolf Hitler. From the man in the street to the captains of industry and the nobles and aristocrats the hatred, fear, and spirit of anti-Communism was common.
Patriotism and nationalism were the second strongest motivational characteristics of Hitler contributors inside Germany.
Industrialists, aristocrats, white Russian refugees and wealthy advocates of the capitalist system all around the world found cause in Hitler's anti-Communism.
The secret Thule Society is for me a new discovery. I had never before read of this group.
The Aryan and the anti-Jewish attitudes seem to be a whole other study. This book would suggest to me that anti-Communism was a bigger motivation for the monetary support of Nazism or Hitlerism.

Richard Edward Noble - The Hobo Philosopher - author of:

Mein Kampf - An Analysis of Book One
Who Financed Hitler: The Secret Funding of Hitler's Rise to Power 1919 - 1933 download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Suzanne Pool,James Pool
ISBN: 0803789416
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Dial Press; First Paperback Edition edition (June 10, 1978)
Pages: 535 pages