John Weitz Published by Little Brown & Co (London), 1997. HB 361 pages, including 10 black and white plates. 152 x 232mm.
Top of dj shows slight signs of use, contents very good. From the library of Yasha Beresiner.
Schacht was an eccentrict genius. John Weitz shows how this brilliant financial guru from a middle-class background gained worldwide fame as Germany's commissioner of currency and President of the Reichsbank in the 1920s, halted Germany's runaway inflation and freed his country from reparation payments imposed by the Versailles Treaty. Later, he underwrote Hitler's military machine. After the war was over he was one of only three defendants to be acquitted at the Nuremberg trials.
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