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handed over the whole of the German people to industrial interests. On the other hand, it had destroyed the German home market, so that at the end of January 1932 almost six million workers were unemployed, industrial production was less that 60 per cent and a number of the leading municipalities were in a state of actual or potential bankruptcy. The social and cultural advance of Germany since the war was obliterated, schemes for improved public services and social betterment were postponed indefinitely, and the German people found themselves deprived of almost every liberty or privilege which, in a modern State, are necessary to the public welfare. The liberty of the home, of association, of expression, of investment, of travel, and of consumption had gone, the Press was effectively muzzled, and the State had complete control over the banks. The State also decided wages and working conditions, while it had dissociated itself entirely from the relief of unemployment, transferring the burden direct to the workers themselves and to local authorities.

The history of Germany during the years of crisis has been the history of the sacrifice of the German people to the struggle between Hitler and Brüning for political supremacy.


BIBLIOGPAPHY TO CHAPTER IV

Barnes, Harry Elmer. Genesis of the World War. New York and London, 1927

Brandenburg, Erich. From Bismarck to the World War: A History of German Foreign Policy, 1870-1914. Oxford, 1933

Dawson, W. H. The German Empire, 1867-1914, and the Unity Movement. 2 vols. London, 1919

Dawson, W. H. A History of Germany. London, 1928

Gooch, G. P. Germany. Modern World Series. London, 1925

Gooch, G. P. History of Modern Europe, 1878-1919. London, 1920

Gooch, G. P. Franco-German Relations, 1871-1914. London, 1923

Gooch, G. P., and Ward, Sir A. (Ed.) Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy

Gooch and Temperley. British Documents on the Origin of the War, 1898-1914

Grey, Lord. Twenty-Five Years, 1892-1916. 1925

Grey, Lord. Selected Speeches on Foreign Affairs. 1931

Grey, Lord. German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914. Selected and translated by E. T. S. Dugdale. 1928-31
Vol. I. Bismarck's Relations with England ( 1871-90)
Vol. II. From Bismarck's Fall to 1898
Vol. III. The Growing Antagonism ( 1898-1910)
Vol. IV. The Descent to the Abyss ( 1911-14)

Hammann, Otto. The World Policy of Germany, 1890-1912. London, 1927

Harms, Bernhard (Ed.). Strukturwandlungen der Deutschen Volkswirtschaft. 1928

Heuss, Theodor. Friedrich Naumann. Der Mann, das Werk, die Zeit. Tübingen, 1948

Ludendorff, Erich von. My War Memories. 2 vols. London, 1919

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