06 October 2006
Was the Nazi economy inherently unstable? Yes, according to a new book which argues that the Nazi regime lived off the plunder from the countries it had conquered.

This is not an entirely new theory. I've heard it before and it made me wonder if (at least) one of the Nazi motivations for going to war in 1939 was that they had run out of things to steal from the Jews.

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