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German Reparations, 1919 - 1932: A Historical Survey 2010 book

German Reparations, 1919 - 1932: A Historical Survey

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German Reparations, 1919 - 1932: A Historical Survey

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ISBN : 0230238386, 9780230238381 
publisher: Palgrave Macmillan 
publish year: 2010 
pages: 264 
language: English  
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Table Of Contents

Cover......Page 1
Contents......Page 6
List of Abbreviations......Page 8
Introduction......Page 10
Synopsis – the reparations saga in a nutshell......Page 12
1.1 Legacy of the Great War......Page 13
1.2 What really happened at Paris......Page 31
1.3 The Versailles settlement and the ‘German problem’......Page 40
2.1 La politique des casinos......Page 56
2.2 The London Schedule of Payments......Page 74
2.3 Significance of the figures......Page 77
2.4 Feasibility of the London Schedule......Page 80
3.1 A fraudulent bankruptcy?......Page 93
3.2 Poincaré and ‘the lure of the Ruhr’......Page 113
3.3 The Ruhr occupation......Page 126
4.1 The Dawes Plan......Page 150
4.2 Germany under Dawes: Reparations on credit......Page 166
4.3 The Young Plan......Page 175
5.1 Weimar’s faltering economy and the slump......Page 201
5.2 Germany’s banking crisis and the end of reparations......Page 212
5.3 An unresolved issue: Allied war debts......Page 221
5.4 The Nazi debt default and post-war redemption......Page 226
A.1 The transfer problem: The Keynes-Ohlin debate......Page 237
A.2 Keynes’s anti-reparations campaign......Page 242
Bibliography......Page 250
Index......Page 260


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