Hitler’s Coup: The German War Against Globalism

An overview of the socio-economic policies in Germany from 1933 to 1939 considered as a set of nationalist stratagems against the foreign, internationalizing elements that were arrayed against her. This period can be best categorized as an attempt by central Europe to control its own cultural destiny, which had been essentially controlled after 1919. The crippling financial penalties assessed to the German people were unheard of in European history; many saw this as part of a plan to thwart German development as a cultural force, and Hitler’s rise to power was an organic expression of this ethnic group’s desire to be free of outside interference, particularly in the financial sphere.