NAZI STEEL: Friedrich Flick and German Expansion in Western Europe, 1940-1944
This account of the activities of the German industrialist Friedrich Flick serves as an example of Nazi economic and occupation policy and its response to party, business, and bureaucratic influences. This study offers valuable insight into the relationship between political and corporate power in WWII and in the modern age. Photos.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 3695166
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