Read the full-text online edition of Economic Relations between Nazi Germany and Franco’s Spain, 1936-1945 (1996).
Hitler and Spain: The Nazi Role in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. University Press of Kentucky. University Press of Kentucky. «Spain: the British Compromise Plan».
Executed by: Nazi Germany
Hermann Göring and Nazi Germany’s Economic Exploitation of Nationalist Spain, 1936–1939. Christian Leitz. German History, Volume 14, Issue 1, 1 January 1996, Pages 21–37, The Nazi Connection: Eugenics, American Racism, and German National Socialism.
, German nazi leader and one of Hitler’s top assistants; he played a key role in presecuting Jews and in making German a totalitarian Nazi state before and during World War II. He was Hitler’s confidant and in charge of economic mobilization for war. He was in charge of Jewish emigration after Kristallnacht.
Hermann Wilhelm Göring (or Goering; German: [ˈɡøːʁɪŋ] ; 12 January 1893 – 15 October 1946) was a German political and military leader as well as one of the most powerful …
Born in Germany in 1893, Hermann Göring was a leader of the Nazi Party. He played a prominent role in organizing the Nazi police state in Germany and established concentration camps for the «corrective treatment» of individuals.
That summer, Göring was a dynamo, quickly absorbing economic principles and introducing tax breaks and other innovations. He bartered with Yugoslavia, Romania, Turkey, and Spain for foodstuffs and raw materials, while investing at home in research into synthetic fuels and other emerging technologies.
eral years as the President of the Reichsbank and Hitler’s Economic Minister, and Nazi Party leader Hermann Göring, whose influence over national economic policy eclipsed Schacht’s after 1937. For Barbieri, it was over issues relating to Germany’s involvement in Spain that the major differences be-
It is this concept that Pierpaolo Barbieri applies to Nazi Germany’s relationship with Spain’s Nationalist Regime during the 1930s, and in doing so he hearkens back to earlier studies, though with an updated, transnational approach supported by archival research in six languages.
Preceded by: Paul Löbe
Hermann Goering was born in 1893 and died in 1946. Goering was one of the most senior politicians in Nazi Germany and a close confidante of Hitler.Wary of rivals, Goering did not have a harmonious relationship with the likes of Himmler, Hess and Goebbels who he saw as wanting to steal his power.
(EC-472; 1743-PS.) appears from the foregoing documents, it was a subdivision the economic organization set by Goering, the Economic Staff, East, Agricultural Group, which rendered a top secret report on 23 May 1941, containing a set of policy directives for the exploitation of Soviet agriculture.