Economic History of Europe in Modern Times

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debts. As European nations were drawn more and more together by their post-war hardships and problems, this assumed the form of propaganda against America as "Uncle Shylock." This provoked a lively and understandable resentment on the part of Americans who remembered that their delegation had objected on principle to the huge additional reparations claim which they were later asked to pay indirectly by the cancellation of Inter-Allied obligations. The mistakes have become history, however. Recriminations are useless, and there is little doubt that the whole tangle will have to be cleared up eventually on the principle of all-round capacity to pay.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
* Ashley W. J.: The Progress of the German Working Classes.
Baruch B. M.: The Making of the Reparation and Economic Sections of the Treaty.
Bergmann K.: Der Weg der Reparation.
* Brooks A. H., and La M. F. Croix: The Iron and Associated Industries of Lorraine, the Saare district, Luxemburg, and Belgium. ( Washington, 1920. Bull. 703, U.S. Geological Survey.)
* Clapham J. H.: The Economic Development of France and Germany, chaps. IV, IX.
* Dawson W. H.: The Evolution of Modern Germany.
----- Industrial Germany.
----- The German Workman.
Frankel L. K., and Dawson M. M.: Workingmen's Insurance in Europe.
Gibbins H. de B.: Economic and Industrial Progress of the Century, chaps. XXXI, LV.
Handbuch der Wirtschaftskunde Deutschlands.
Helfferich K.: Germany's Economic Progress and National Wealth, 1888- 1913.
Howard E. D.: The Cause and Extent of the Recent Industrial Progress of Germany.
* Huber F. C.: Deutschland als Industriestaat.
* Keynes J. M.: The Economic Consequences of the Peace.
----- A Revision of the Treaty.
Koch H.: Die deutsche Hausindustrie.
* Lichtenberger H.: Germany and its Evolution in Modern Times.
Marshall A.: Industry and Trade, book I, chap. VII.
May R. E.: Die Wirtschaft in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft.
Morgan J. H.: The Present State of Germany ( 1924).
* Moulton H. G., and McGuire C. E.: Germany's Capacity to Pay.
Moulton H. G.: The Reparation Plan.

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