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By skillfully weaving together economic history with political narrative and drawing on sources from everyday life as well as the inner cabinet of diplomacy, Mr. Taylor tells the history of the Weimar inflation as the life-and-death struggle of the first German democracy.
This is a dramatic story, well told. Taylor’s history provides plenty of revelant lessons for today–and not only for Europe. Then, as now, the German mark was one of the most trusted currencies in the world.
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Yet the early years of the Weimar Republic in Germany witnessed the most calamitous meltdown of a developed economy in modern times. The Downfall of Money will tell anew the dramatic story of the hyperinflation that saw the mark–worth 4. The story of the Weimar Republic’s financial crisis clearly resonates today, when the world is again anxious about what money is, what it means, and how we can judge if its value is true.
It is a trajectory of events uncomfortably relevant for our own uncertain world. Frederick Taylor–one of the leading historians of Germany writing today– explores the causes of the crisis and what the collapse hi;erinflacion to allemana people and traces its connection to the dark decades that followed.
Drawing on a wide range of sources and accessibly presenting vast amounts of research, The Downfall of Money is a timely and chilling exploration of a haunting episode in history” Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Empieza a leer The Downfall of Money en tu Kindle en menos de un minuto. Detalles del producto Tapa blanda: Reprint 3 de marzo de Idioma: Mostrando de 1 opiniones.
Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Muy bien documentada y amena de leer. Frederick Taylor is a historian, not an economist. In “The Downfall of Money” he writes a history of Germany from to through the lens of the great inflation that hiperinflaciin that country. For example the German Mark falls from 4. He tells the story of how an ordinary wartime inflation which occurred in all of the major combatants turned into a hyperinflation in the postwar era as Germany was weighed down by reparations payments along with a social democratic imperative to fund the welfare state.
He tells the story as to how the inflation impacted various stratas of society with big winners and big losers. The losers were well represented in the German middle-class who patriotically bought war bonds that were to become worthless and for many of them their wages failed to keep up with the inflation.
The winners were farmers who held real assets and saw their debts erased by inflation along with the great industrialists who witnessed a stock market boom and the elimination of corporate indebtedness.
By the end of the inflation the entire domestic debt of Germany was eliminated. To be sure the external debt was enormous. Along the way we witness the rise of the Freikorps, the killing of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht and the assasination of Walter Rathenau, a Jewish industrialist who served as foreign minister.
There is also a cameo appearance of a demobilized corporal who would one day rule hipsrinflacion of Germany. Harris certainly has a feel for the history of the period.
However, I only wish he would have integrated charts and tables hiperinfacion the text in order to get a better understanding of what was going on in the macroeconomy. Further he should have spent more time discussing the stabilization program that came in that broke the inflation and of its consequences. Nevertheless the book is well worth the read. This is an absolutely excellent book on inflation.
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It just printed money. This meant inflation, but it wasn’t crippling.
After the War, the Germans were in chaos with an attempted Communist takeover which was defeated followed by hiperinflaicon attempted right wing takeover which was defeated by the SPD organized general strike. The SPD lead the government and was generous with social benefits even if it did not have the money to pay them.
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This meant more inflation. Now it was getting bad. The Weimar government continued to pay them. Nice sentiment, but you can’t pay people and get no economic work in return. The result was the horrendous inflation which totally destroyed the German currency and Middle Class savings. Alwmana would think we would learn from this historical experience.
It is going down the same inflationary path without a war to blame it on.
The Argentine Peso was 1 to 1 with the Dollar in It is 12 to the Dollar in Jan These two case histories GermanyArgentina should be taught in every university economics curriculum. I hope that Frederick Taylor is writing a book about Argentina. Most readers are aware of the hyper inflation hipeeinflacion ravaged post World War I Germany but few understand the causes.
This book does an excellent job explaining the government policies that resulted in this economic calamity. The book is also hipeerinflacion in terms that readers unfamiliar with economics are able to understand.
At the worst of the hyper inflation a U. Workers were paid twice a day and their wives anxiously awaited the payments so alemaba could run out buy whatever could be had. I found the most interesting part was the explanation of why solid middle class Germans followed Hitler.
During WW1 they patriotically bought war bonds and invested in real estate, were landlords and had their savings as well as the bonds wiped out after the war. They associated the Weimar Republic and hence Democracy with this along with the “stab in the back” and turned not to the Left for remedy but to the Right where the National Socialists promised a better tomorrow and revenge on those who betrayed the Fatherland.
There is a lot of dry economics and many lists of currency rates and prices to get through but it’s well worth it.
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A terrific hipetinflacion tale against an unsound economy. Purchased this book expecting to understand the underlying conditions and economics that led to the infamous hyperinflation of Weimar Germany. Stopped reading around pages. Gana dinero con nosotros.
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