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The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War against the Jews : The Expropriation of Jewish-Owned Property.

By: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001Copyright date: ©2001Description: 1 online resource (282 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511152702
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War against the Jews : The Expropriation of Jewish-Owned PropertyDDC classification:
  • 332.11094309044
LOC classification:
  • HG3058.D4 J36 2001
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface of the Historical Commission Appointed to Examine the History of the Deutsche Bank in the Period of National… -- Author's Preface -- Selected Abbreviations Used in the Text -- 1 Business and Politics: Banks and Companies in Nazi Germany -- 2 The Structure, Organization, and Economic Environment of Deutsche Bank -- Organization of the Bank -- Depression and Financial Crisis -- The Economic Circumstances of Recovery -- 3 National Socialism and Banks -- The Business Elite and Anti-Semitism -- To What Extent Did the Bank Seek to Profit from the New Anti-Semitism? -- To What Extent Was the Bank Open to Influence from Party and State? -- How Did the New Politics Affect the Organization of the Bank? -- 4 The Problem of "Aryanization" -- 5 Deutsche Bank and "Aryanization" in the Pre-1938 Boundaries of Germany -- The Bank and Informal Pressure, 1933-1936 -- Forcing the Pace, 1937-1938 -- Banks in Germany -- Bankhaus Mendelssohn & Co., Berlin -- Simon Hirschland, Essen -- Industrial Enterprises in Germany -- Adler & Oppenheimer (Norddeutsche Lederwerke Aktiengesellschaft Berlin) -- Personal Contacts of Deutsche Bank's Managing Board: Hermann Josef Abs -- S. Fischer and Peter Suhrkamp -- The Branches of Deutsche Bank and "Aryanization" -- 6 Deutsche Bank Abroad: "Aryanization," Territorial Expansion, and Economic Reordering -- The Österreichische Creditanstalt-Wiener Bankverein -- The Böhmische Union-Bank and Czech Banking -- The Transfer of Banks and Capital Restructuring -- The Deutsche Agrar- und Industriebank -- The Böhmische Union-Bank -- The "Aryanization" of Czech Companies -- Jewish Accounts, Assets, and Safe Deposits -- The Industrial Reordering of Central Europe -- Union-Bank Bratislava -- The Liquidation of Böhmische Union-Bank -- Deutsche Bank and the Creditanstalt in Poland.
7 Jewish-Owned Bank Accounts -- 8 The Profits of Deutsche Bank -- 9 Some Concluding Reflections -- Notes -- CHAPTER 1 BUSINESS AND POLITICS: BANKS AND COMPANIES IN NAZI GERMANY -- CHAPTER 2 THE STRUCTURE, ORGANIZATION, AND ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT OF DEUTSCHE BANK -- CHAPTER 3 NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND BANKS -- CHAPTER 4 THE PROBLEM OF "ARYANIZATION" -- CHAPTER 5 DEUTSCHE BANK AND "ARYANIZATION" IN THE PRE-1938 BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY -- CHAPTER 6 DEUTSCHE BANK ABROAD: "ARYANIZATION," TERRITORIAL EXPANSION, AND ECONOMIC REOREDERING -- CHAPTER 7 JEWISH-OWNED BANK ACCOUNTS -- CHAPTER 8 THE PROFITS OF THE DEUTSCHE BANK -- CHAPTER 9 SOME CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS -- Bibliography -- Index.
Summary: This 2001 book examines the role of the Deutsche Bank in the expropriation of Jewish-owned enterprises during the Nazi dictatorship.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface of the Historical Commission Appointed to Examine the History of the Deutsche Bank in the Period of National… -- Author's Preface -- Selected Abbreviations Used in the Text -- 1 Business and Politics: Banks and Companies in Nazi Germany -- 2 The Structure, Organization, and Economic Environment of Deutsche Bank -- Organization of the Bank -- Depression and Financial Crisis -- The Economic Circumstances of Recovery -- 3 National Socialism and Banks -- The Business Elite and Anti-Semitism -- To What Extent Did the Bank Seek to Profit from the New Anti-Semitism? -- To What Extent Was the Bank Open to Influence from Party and State? -- How Did the New Politics Affect the Organization of the Bank? -- 4 The Problem of "Aryanization" -- 5 Deutsche Bank and "Aryanization" in the Pre-1938 Boundaries of Germany -- The Bank and Informal Pressure, 1933-1936 -- Forcing the Pace, 1937-1938 -- Banks in Germany -- Bankhaus Mendelssohn & Co., Berlin -- Simon Hirschland, Essen -- Industrial Enterprises in Germany -- Adler & Oppenheimer (Norddeutsche Lederwerke Aktiengesellschaft Berlin) -- Personal Contacts of Deutsche Bank's Managing Board: Hermann Josef Abs -- S. Fischer and Peter Suhrkamp -- The Branches of Deutsche Bank and "Aryanization" -- 6 Deutsche Bank Abroad: "Aryanization," Territorial Expansion, and Economic Reordering -- The Österreichische Creditanstalt-Wiener Bankverein -- The Böhmische Union-Bank and Czech Banking -- The Transfer of Banks and Capital Restructuring -- The Deutsche Agrar- und Industriebank -- The Böhmische Union-Bank -- The "Aryanization" of Czech Companies -- Jewish Accounts, Assets, and Safe Deposits -- The Industrial Reordering of Central Europe -- Union-Bank Bratislava -- The Liquidation of Böhmische Union-Bank -- Deutsche Bank and the Creditanstalt in Poland.

7 Jewish-Owned Bank Accounts -- 8 The Profits of Deutsche Bank -- 9 Some Concluding Reflections -- Notes -- CHAPTER 1 BUSINESS AND POLITICS: BANKS AND COMPANIES IN NAZI GERMANY -- CHAPTER 2 THE STRUCTURE, ORGANIZATION, AND ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT OF DEUTSCHE BANK -- CHAPTER 3 NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND BANKS -- CHAPTER 4 THE PROBLEM OF "ARYANIZATION" -- CHAPTER 5 DEUTSCHE BANK AND "ARYANIZATION" IN THE PRE-1938 BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY -- CHAPTER 6 DEUTSCHE BANK ABROAD: "ARYANIZATION," TERRITORIAL EXPANSION, AND ECONOMIC REOREDERING -- CHAPTER 7 JEWISH-OWNED BANK ACCOUNTS -- CHAPTER 8 THE PROFITS OF THE DEUTSCHE BANK -- CHAPTER 9 SOME CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS -- Bibliography -- Index.

This 2001 book examines the role of the Deutsche Bank in the expropriation of Jewish-owned enterprises during the Nazi dictatorship.

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