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Author: Gunter-Reimann: 1 records
About Günter Reimann
1904 - 2005
Günter Reimann (born Hans Steinicke in Angermünde, 1904–2005) was an expert on finance and currencies as founder and editor of International Reports, a New York–based weekly publication he sold to the London Financial Times in 1983.
Prior to World War II, he was a member of the Communist Party of Germany and at the forefront of the underground resistance to Adolf Hitler within Nazi Germany.
After fleeing Germany for London, he wrote The Vampire Economy: Doing Business Under Fascism, published in 1939. In this treatise, Reimann documented how the oppressive rule of the Nazis crushed the autonomy of the private sector through severe regulations and the threat of confiscatory fines for petty offenses.
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Here is a study of the actual workings of business under national socialism. Written in 1939, Reimann discusses the effects of heavy regulation, inflation, price controls, trade interference, national economic planning, and attacks on private propert...