Economic History of Europe in Modern Times

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markets in the towns, which greatly aggravated the food situation in the populous centers. On the whole, although German agriculture has shown signs of remarkable strength and recuperative power since the war, the total production of agricultural crops to 1923 remained below that of pre-war years.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
* Ashley Percy: Modern Tariff History, part I.
Blondel G.: Études sur les populations rurales de l'Allemagne et la crise agraire.
Buchenberger A.: Agrarwesen und Agrarpolitik, vol. I, 2d ed.
* Clapham J. H.: The Economic Development of France and Germany, 1815-1914, chaps. II, IX.
Cobden Club: The Influence of Protection on Agriculture in Germany.
Croner J.: Die Geschichte der agrarischen Bewegung in Deutschland.
* Dawson W. H.: The Evolution of Modern Germany, chaps. XII-XV.
----- Protection in Germany.
Deutsche Landwirtschafts-gesellschaft: Jahrbuch.
Knapp G.: Die Bauern-Befreiung und der Ursprung der Landarbeiter in den älteren Theilen Preussens.
----- Die Landarbeiter in Knechtschaft und Freiheit.
Leipzig, Universität: Landwirtschaftliches Institut. Mitteilungen des Landwirtschaftlichen Instituts der Universität Leipzig.
Michelsen E.: Geschichte der deutschen Landwirtschaft.
Ogg F. A.: Economic Development of Modern Europe, pp. 102-13; 200-09.
Roncador B. H.: Wesen und Wirkung der Agrarzölle.
* Sartorius von A. Waltershausen: Deutsche Wirtschaftsgeschichte ( 1815- 1914).
Schevill F.: The Making of Modern Germany, chap. III.
Sombart Werner: Die deutsche Volkswirtschaft im neunzehnten Jahrhundert.
Von der T. Goltz: Geschichte der deutschen Landwirtschaft, vol. II.
Wagner A.: Agrar-und Industriestaat. . .
* Wygodzinski W.: Wandlungen der deutschen Volkswirtschaft im neunzehnten Jahrhundert.

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