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  • World War II Italy
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    Economic Transitions for the European States After 1945 The greatest challenge for Germany after World War II was economics. Nothing remained of Germany except rubble and graves. It was impossible for the Germans go get food and clean drinking water. It was even more impossible for the Germans to find paying jobs. In addition to this Germany also had on its hands four million refugees and prisoners to feed that it did not have in 1939. In 1939 Germany could only produce 70 to 85 percent of its f...
  • Eksteins Believes Germany
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    The Era of Modern Germany Throughout time, nations have attempted to become independent from one another by discovering means to help their citizens experience more fulfilling lives. The dilemma that troubled each of these countries is whether or not innovations, in technology and society, led to a higher quality of life. In the book, Rites of Spring, Morris Eksteins examines how innovation affected the citizens of Germany. Eksteins conveys that technological and industrial innovations paved the...
  • 100 Billion A Year To Eastern Germany
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    Germany is located in Central Europe. It borders the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. It is between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark. It is slightly smaller than Montana. Germany's economy was the world's third most powerful in 1997. The German economy benefited from robust exports, particularly to other members of the EU and the US, as well as strengthening equipment investments. But anemic private consumption and contraction in the construction industry limited the expansion. Unemploy...
  • 10 Lower In Germany And Industry
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    The product to be produced: Furniture (inexpensive) Germany is Europe's largest economy and most populous nation; it is leading member of the continent's political and economic organizations. It is located in Central Europe and is bordering with the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, south of Denmark, between Poland and Netherlands. Its total area is 357,021 sq km that is about 27 times smaller than that of the United States. In fact it is slightly smaller than Montana. The land area is 349,223 sq km...
  • Deprecation Of Currency Also Allied Reparation
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    The German economies were beset with difficulties throughout the whole of the 1920's. The huge expenditure of the First World War had exhausted Germany economic strength. The need for manpower had reduced industrial production along with grain production. Outputs in all areas were severely reduced. The subsequent loss of the war resulted in demands for reparations by the victors. These demands were harsh to say the least and the problems Germany faced in paying it contributed to what was arguabl...

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