This heavily illustrated 6-1/2 x 9-1/2 inch, 124 page soft cover book by Eugen Diesel was published in 1934 by Eckart Verlag in Berlin. Germany was an economic wasteland after World War One, the unemployment was at record high, many Germans lived on the street and the unfair Treaty of Versailles was sucking the little remaining life out of the country. Thanks to Adolf Hitler and his programme to end unemployment and to improve living and working conditions for millions of German workers the economy started to bloom, new settlements for German workers were built throughout the country, new and much better factories as well as large scale projects such as the Reichsautobahn provided secure jobs under conditions that were in no way comparable to the working conditions in the Weimar Republic (for those few who still had a job) and the German farmers also finally received the much needed support from the government. Thanks to the above that took place under Hitler’s ‘Four Year Plan’ Germany prospered again quickly, while most other European countries as well as the United States were still struggeling.
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