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    Books About the German Economy During the NS-Era?

    I'd like to find one or several books that deal with the strictly economic aspects of national-socialism. I'm talking about coldly (and even clinically) technical books that leave aside any judgment about the regime. Just the economy in Germany from 1933 to 1945.
    Did some authors dare to write something so strictly professional, or do the political correctness squad keep any economist from publishing such a study if he/she doesn't intersperse his/her text with mandatory paragraphs of horror and disgust for the NS regime every three pages ?
    My post is not an endorsement of the NS system, I'm just looking for some serious reading.

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    Dudley Dillard has written a book on the economical history of the US and Europe. It has a rather good chapter on the NS-economy.

    Also, in Swedish, there is the booklet Samhällets väl före egennytta, by Sven Eriksson, that deals with the social politics.

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    Not a whole book, but a nice recording of Hans Hermann Hoppe talking about this subject: The Economic Doctrine of the Nazis
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