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This study focuses on a sample of occupational groups representative of the Mittelstand in the city of Hamburg - white-collar workers, artisans, retailers, civil servants and house owners - and examines the strains imposed by the infaltionary conditions on each group, seriously questioning the commonly-held interpretation of the Infaltion's effects and chronology.

Inflation and the merchant economy - Peter J. Lyth

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Title
Inflation and the merchant economy - the Hamburg Mittelstand, 1914-1924
Author
Peter J. Lyth
format
Hardback
Publisher
Berg Publishers
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19920101

This study focuses on a sample of occupational groups representative of the Mittelstand in the city of Hamburg - white-collar workers, artisans, retailers, civil servants and house owners - and examines the strains imposed by the infaltionary conditions on each group, seriously questioning the commonly-held interpretation of the Infaltion's effects and chronology.

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Peter J. Lyth is Lecturer in German History at the Catholic University in Washington, DC.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Inflation (Finance) - Germany - Hamburg - History - 20th century.|Hamburg (Germany) - Economic conditions.
Country of Publication
New York (State)
Number of Pages
201

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